The NYC Nomad on Columbus between 68th and 69th
Stayed In my friend Shira’s apartment, an awesome one bedroom in a fantastic location. She was out of town for a few days so I had my own space for the first time in about 5 weeks which was quite nice. She also has HDTV, cable, and solid library of books. Look at her testimonial (I’m working on her for a written testimonial and I should get one considering I...
The NYC Nomad in Park Slope on Garfield Between...
Part of this project is seeing potential places to live. And while I’m almost booked for the entire month of June, I’m certainly approaching each neighborhood with the question of what it would be like to live there. Given that Park Slope was just voted #1 by New York Mag and that my friends really enjoy living there, I was particularly excited about my week. I read up on the snarky...
Living well vs. Doing well →
I liked this, and while I don’t believe vagabonding, or travel for that matter, is for everyone - when most people tell me they genuinely wish they could do long term travel I wonder why they haven’t done it yet.
The NYC Nomad on 35th and 10th
The tagline of this project is to live in as many different neighborhoods as possible so I wouldn’t blame someone for wondering why I moved from 34th between 9th and 10th to 35th between 9th and 10th. And yes, while that isn’t quite how I envision my different neighborhoods, there is a shift in perspective with a move just one block north and different people make for different...
The NYC Nomad on 34th between 9th and 10th
Please note that I sent this post to Kevin beforehand. I’ll do this for anyone who hosts and I can talk more or less about the actual host. I arrived at Kevin’s on Sunday night. This was the first time leaving the old apartment felt real. I now have a large eagle creek backpack, a small computer backpack and a wheeled garment bag on my person. It is definitely a lot of stuff, but the...