Jules in addition to City. For almost any New that is new Yorker there are certain things you have to become used to вЂ“ and fast.
And on prior to landing whether itвЂ™s the sardine-packed subways, overly opinionated hobos, your broom closet-sized apartment or the fact that you had to sell your soul/hair (true story, in my case) for that apartment, itвЂ™s nothing one or two вЂњMoving to NYCвЂќ articles on Buzzfeed canвЂ™t educate you.
But thereвЂ™s something that we all know will here happen upon moving, but nobody really covers.
The crippling loneliness.
We start thinking about myself a person that is highly introverted and itвЂ™s becoming especially pervasive when I enter my belated twenties. Whereas five or six years if I wasnвЂ™t spending my Saturday gyrating with some stranger to RihannaвЂ™s вЂњWe Found LoveвЂќ in a sweaty, crowded Scottsdale club, today, the time I spend binge-watching Netflix, reading, or even working out on my lonesome is something I cherish ago I would have felt like a worthless human being. Read more