Whenever you move to a new place, there is that exciting feeling of it all being new. Somehow, I think back to years before COVID-19, before lockdowns. Compare it to a freshman in college in his first semester or when you move to a new city after school. In those first few months, you do … Continue reading My first night out in NYC
Last week, after exhausting hours at work, I decided to take a walk around Manhattan and made my way to one of the most vibrant areas of the city. Now if you were to believe the reports coming out of the media and read the stories on the internet, you would have thought that NYC … Continue reading Recent observations of NYC during COVID-19.
For those of you who may have been keeping up with the news about COVID-19, or just not living under a rock in general, NYC is not doing so well with retaining a lot of its population. Now I've long become a fan of what the city offers but COVID-19 has put a damper on … Continue reading The Millennial thinks of leaving NYC
I hope my fellow readers have been using their time wisely during the lockdown for Coronavirus and really investing it in improving themselves. If you have been working out, staying sharp, and keeping on top of your game; the results will pay off as this whole thing passes. One thing I did want to talk … Continue reading Intern season: What it is and why it’s so amazing.
Unless you live under a rock, and even then, you have probably heard a lot about the Coronavirus situation. While initially considered by some to be a minor virus, it has led to a developed country being under quarantine. For my fellow Americans, we are starting to see companies freezing the hiring of new candidates, … Continue reading Empty bars, empty streets, and the Coronavirus reality.
I decided to do things differently today with my usual generalization/stereotype posts. Now if you were a fan of my post on European women and then on American women, you might like this post but we are doing things a bit differently here. I will not be rating women based on looks and personality, rather, … Continue reading The kinds of women you commonly run into in NYC
I decided to go at Saturday night a bit early than I wanted, thought I'd warm up a bit. What I decide to do is start with some approaches in the afternoon but quite frankly, day game has always felt a bit awkward for me. Despite the struggle, I push through a bit and try … Continue reading A wild Saturday night learning French
Once in a while in life, you run into people that leave an impact on you. You see it in movies all the time when a guy tells a story about that one friend he remembers most or that one character. For me, one guy comes to mind as that character, Tim! When I first … Continue reading Lessons about life and women I learned from my party animal roommate
In recent posts, you guys have had the chance to really know me and what goes on in my life instead of listening to theories. I'll go back to big picture ideas soon but for now, I wanted to share a story of a date that changed my life forever and taught me a lesson … Continue reading A life lesson I learned from my first ever date in NYC.
Maybe I am getting old, who knows? The past weekend I went to a bar with a packed dance floor and I could barely hear a damn thing my wingman is saying. I don't know how you even handle it or how I even handled it, to be frankly honest I don't know when I … Continue reading Damn this music is too loud!
Given the momentum of the week, I decided to go out on a Saturday night. I ended up getting a date with Alexis, ended in a make-out although I could not pull her home. The weather in the past week has hit hard in NYC, just the past Monday it hit night at 4 PM. … Continue reading A real man goes after what he wants.
At some point the past week I decided to give East Village, the tamer cousin of the Lower East Side, a chance and I started out with a good friend of mines who is also a wing at Beauty Bar. The place is kind of divey and I walk in to find it somewhat of … Continue reading A wild night in East Village