Why I’m Participating in NaNoWriMo

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Halloween is upon us! While I will be nibbling on plenty of candy and spending the evening trick or treating with my little siblings, another holiday is occupying my brain space: It’s the eve of NaNoWriMo! 

National Novel Writing Month, usually shortened to NaNoWriMo, is a month-long writing marathon that commences on November 1st. It celebrates putting the pen to the paper or the fingers to the keyboard and pushes you to write and write and write with the goal of hitting 50,000 words by November 30th. It encourages living in the moment of the first draft and halting your inner editor and critic for thirty days.

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9 Reasons to Leave New York City

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I’m moving out of Manhattan at the end of September and heading down to Wilmington, North Carolina in mid-October! My heart flutters every time I talk about it. It’s really happening, folks.

Some of my friends were thoroughly shocked to hear of my choice. How could I leave a city that is the center of the universe? How could I live with constant FOMO? How could I abandon the bagels?

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25 Things I Learned in My Early 20’s

25 Things I Learned in my Early 20s

Today is my last day as a twenty-four year old human.

I’m feeling lots of feelings. On one hand, I’m thrilled this year is over because it was a doozy. I’m ready for a new age. On the other hand, I’m a little sad that my early twenties are past me. College life is long gone and fun twenty-one seems so far away.

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25 Things I Wish I Could Tell My Younger Self

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As my 25th birthday approaches, I’ve been thinking a lot about my where and who I was in my younger years. It’s pretty wild to consider how much I’ve grown and changed since I was five, ten, sixteen, or twenty-one.

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City Walk: From Grand Central to the West Side

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Welcome to my first City Walk blog! My favorite way to get around in New York City is by taking long walks, so I’ve decided to share some of my routes/urban trails in blog form since some of my followers requested it.

City Walks can be great for tourists looking to experience NYC from a more residential perspective or for city dwellers trying to gain a new appreciation of their area while exercising more. Try this one or other upcoming ones the next time you’re in the city and share you experiences with me in the comments! Just be sure to wear comfy shoes and stay hydrated.

Alright, now onto this lovely and very doable walk from Grand Central, through Central Park, and to the West Side. 

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