3 Years In New York City: 30 Things I Have Learnt

If you had asked me 10 years ago what one of my biggest dream was, I would’ve said “moving to New York”. My parents and their friends had visited New York a few times in my early/mid-teens and I remember always going online each time they visited to watch them wave to us from the TGI Fridays Times Square Live Webcam! A few years later for my 16th birthday my parents took my sister and I to New York. Nothing will ever compare to visiting the city for the first time…

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Skipping Summer In The City

And just like that...I'm back. "Where have you been, Luke?" is a question that I am sure has plagued your heads and thus ruined your summer. I. AM. BACK. And loving it!! I feel renewed, I feel refreshed and I am ready for whatever being back in the city has for me.  For now, lets go back to April when we last checked in here on NevNYC (I know, wtf.) But when I explain the madness, you'll understand the lack of blog content. In April, I graduated! Nope, not my degree, but the Company Year I was telling you all about. Just like that, 3 years of school in New York City, was over! Well, then what….

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"Comparison Is The Thief Of Joy"

The title of this blog post is something that has really gotten me through these first 7 months of 2018. I don't really remember where I first heard it, but it has not left my head since I did. Said by Theodore Roosevelt (the 26th President of the United States), "Comparison is the Thief of Joy" has been interpreted in many ways, some people believing it not to be true, some swearing by its accuracy. I truly believe that…

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A New Chapter...

For me, writing is a tricky beast. What is it that I want to say? Will the words on the page truly reflect my thoughts? Will anyone read or see what I have to say? These are things that plague my mind when approaching a notepad or my laptop keyboard. I have made a point this year to really delve into articles, the news and writing on current affairs etc. Back in June I subscribed to the New Yorker, Vanity Fair and keep up to date with the New York Times, and since June I have...

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