I was planning to write a lighthearted post today about the uniqueness of spending the holidays in New York City. The snowy trees, sidewalks lined with pre-cut Christmas trees, window decorations, and lines of wreath dressed doorways. Instead, during rush hour this morning, a man attempted to set up a pipe bomb in Port Authority … Continue reading The Resilient City: Manhattan & Reacting to Current Events
On September 11th, 2001, at nine years old, I was at school two blocks away from the World Trade Centers. I was evacuated from my school, submerged in clouds of smoke, and separated from my parents for hours. My daily routines were utterly rearranged by the chaos; I was forced to go to school cities … Continue reading Experiencing Growth in the Wake of Trauma
Take a peak into the crazy 72-hours of a extroverted, millennial gal living in Manhattan trying to balance self-care, completing errands, a healthy lifestyle, and strengthening friendships!