This month marks my ten-year anniversary living in New York City. It seems like just a few past lives ago that I signed the papers for that first apartment in Brooklyn and packed a few suitcases, bought some cheap lamps and a bookshelf from Ikea, and started a new life. I remember feeling like a cat that had climbed to the top of a tall tree—panicked—but calling this crazy place my home has been quite the adventure.
As I look back on the past decade I thought it would be fun to share ten things I’ve learned in the past ten years as a New Yorker.
You can check it out via the clickable link in my bio or here: https://wp.me/p4nrWM-5RP