About a week ago, or about a lifetime ago, when I was still living in Los Angeles, I was hanging out in an apartment in Echo Park. It was a gorgeous one bedroom with a stainless steel fridge, marble countertops, and floor-to-ceiling glass windows overlooking downtown LA. The place belonged to a guy named Archie, the boyfriend of a friend of a friend. […]Read more "The Human Stops"
My feelings fluctuated between excitement and terror as I sat there waiting at the gate. Excitement because of the possibilities and terror because of the uncertainty of it all. I didn’t want to waste my in-flight entertainment before I even boarded the plane, so I spent the hour and a half on my iPhone instead. I texted family and […]Read more "Welcome To New York"
Here’s a small example of a powerful phenomenon. For the past month and a half, I’ve been telling everyone that I’m moving to New York on October 15th. This was (sort of) a lie. No flights had been booked, I had a car and an entire storage unit of furniture to sell, I had no job, […]Read more "This Is How It Works: The Blueprint For Creating The Life You Want"
A little over a month ago, I posted the following status on Facebook: “Just a reminder that Facebook is not real life, it’s just a highlight reel. Just because I’m taking smiling selfies in new countries everyday doesn’t mean I’m not also living in a total state of anxiety about the uncertain future. The best […]Read more "The Facebook Facade"