Winter is one of my least favorite seasons. While I do like cold, crisp days (that’s what autumn is for!), I do not like frigid temps, numb extremities, and bundling up. But today the weather is loverly and I’m looking forward to getting outside for a walk in a bit.
I live, work, and play in Brooklyn, except when I’m living, working, and playing somewhere in the Hudson Valley. I spend so little time in Manhattan (or any of the other boros for that matter) that this blog probably shouldn’t be called blended “nyc”. :o/
this is a guest post
While many people say that you can’t run away from trouble, a growing number of people find that relocation therapy is the best answer to their problems. In fact, moving can be just the thing to change one’s life dramatically–for the good. It may be just the old story of a small town girl moving to the big city, but when you see the beauty of NY real estate and Central Park, it may be just the thing to change your life entirely. Many cities have that kind of effect. Consider Silicon Valley for example. Tons of computer geeks, tech nerds and entrepreneurs created a place where almost anyone can get a job if they’re motivated enough.