The NYC Nomad: an Introduction
I moved back to New York City (from St. Thomas) about 7 weeks ago in search of certain things that I loved. While I found some of these things to still be here, others eluded me. They may be hidden, misplaced, lost, stolen, buried, or locked away. I really can not say, but what I can say is right now they are gone.
And from that comes this — an idea — most would say a crazy idea — of moving to and living in a different neighborhood every week — at least until I run out of willing friends and hopefully longer than that. At the very least, I would like to hit all 5 boroughs. I think some of the happiest times in my life have been moving from place to place. Travelling. Who is to say that I can’t travel in the city that I live while working a full time job? And what better place to travel than New York City neighborhoods.
I am not without a sense of the difficulty of this project. I have a twin sized aerobed that I am sleeping on for the first time tonight. I have no pillow for space reasons. I have two backpacks and a wheeled garment bag. I have a limited amount of clothes. But I am excited and I think that is all that really matters.
It is the type of project that needs momentum, so if you think it is an interesting idea, I urge you to check the calendar and email me about a week. Please check out my facebook page and my LinkedIn, realize I’m not completely crazy, and invite me into your apartment. Tell your friends :) I’ll come prepared with my aerobed and clean sheets, an open mind, and plenty of Groupons & LivingSocial Deals so we can go out to eat once or twice and learn something from one another.
Thanks, and hope to see you in your neighborhood!
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