"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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Why I Changed My Mind About "Pride"

For over a week I have had this blogpost sloshing around inside my brain, as I slowly begin to piece together the words. And it is frustrating, that I can't actually articulate how I have felt since attending NYC Pride. I feel different. I feel enlightened. I feel like I "get it". But "what?", you may ask. That is a question I have been asking myself ever since. 

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And Just Like That...

As many of you know, one year ago, myself, along with 4 of my fabulous friends, moved into a gorgeous new-build apartment in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn. We happened upon the building after weeks of searching for the perfect place, and something about this apartment just jumped out at us. We knew that no matter what, we HAD to live in the building...

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