I live in Brooklyn and work in Manhattan. Like most bloggers, I don’t talk about work much, but I can tell you that I have a fun career in sales and marketing that keeps me
running flying–I travel a LOT!
I haven’t always lived in NYC. Nope. Originally I was a small town girl, growing up outside of Scranton (JEALOUS?!). An only child. Then I went to Cornell. After graduation – which was a minor miracle – I moved to NYC. I was in the city on 9/11. and moved to DC for a job (completely against my will, but it had to be done). Eventually I made friends and I even fell in love.
If you’re still reading this, you’re a masochist. And I love you.
Even more about me::
I love NYC, naps, my wacky family, Twitter, telling stories, hanging out with other people’s children and then giving them back, drinking iced lattes, taking stealth photos, writing, flossing my teeth, reading, eating (particularly cheese) and dissecting celebrity blind vices.
I hate humidity, sitting in traffic, spelling errors, people asking me why I’m not married, hangovers, the phrase “obsessed” when you mean you love something, sweating, cucumbers, meetings before 10 am, shrimp and sleep deprivation.
To call me clumsy is a massive understatement. By the time I was thirteen, I’d suffered at least three concussions which means my seventh decade will probably be…blurry. I have never, ever played basketball, but know that I would have been an awesome hockey player (seriously!) had I ever tried. Instead I studied ballet for about fourteen years.
Once in a while, I post something really personal. These are some of those posts.
Sometimes I try to be funny.
“Isn’t it terrible about Chechnya?” (April 13, 2013)