A couple of months ago, I made the decision to leave NYC after being opposed to the mandates that were being implemented. Not long after leaving NYC, I arrived in a state where the governor is aggressively pushing back against restrictions and mandates. Now my experience is quite limited for right now and this may… Continue reading Observations of life in a state without a lot of COVID restrictions.
A little more than a year has passed since the lockdowns were first announced in NYC over the pandemic and little did I know looking back that it was just the start. At first, a lot of us enjoyed the privilege of working from home and no longer having to get up early on a… Continue reading Why Manhattan happily complied
Not long ago, I officially left NYC and with the way things are going there, I doubt I will ever return unless I am compelled to against my own will. While NYC is a former shadow of itself since 2020, I cannot deny that my years in the city before things went haywire were the… Continue reading Five of my most fun moments in NYC.
I have no other way to really describe the emotions that are going through me right now, it's tough to do so in a sentence or perhaps even in words. Here we are, after many years in a city that turned me from a boy to a man. Just today, I took a long walk… Continue reading Farewell NYC: Empire State of Mind turns into Escape from New York
For those of you who live in NYC, you are now slowly adjusting to the reality that all indoor activities whether it is restaurants, gyms or nightclubs are going to require a proof of vaccination. I don't think that this is going to go away anytime soon and will likely stick around for years to… Continue reading What impact will proof of vaxx have on nightlife and social outings?
August started and at the start of the month, I heard the news as a New Yorker. Proof of vaccination will be required in order to go to the gym or eat indoors at a restaurant along with a host of other events. Now this made NYC the first major city in the US to… Continue reading An advice to all readers in these times, now is the time to be nimble!
With the world reopening, my friend and I decided that we take a 3 day weekend trip to The Big Easy. I've always had my curiosity behind New Orleans but could never find it in my schedule to really go. New Orleans seemed to be the place to visit because there is a saying out… Continue reading The Bachelor goes to New Orleans.
Every now and then, you will get a report released highlighting gender ratios and what cities are best for men versus women when it comes to dating. A number of guys will move to a certain city only because they feel like it can change their dating life whether it is due to having more… Continue reading Don’t focus on what city is best for dating.
Now that I told you guys my story of having gone to Montreal, I thought I'd do a breakdown. For future posts, I might just do it all in one story and see how that goes if it is not long enough. Reflecting back. Maybe we went to Montreal on a bad weekend given that… Continue reading An honest breakdown on Montreal.
Story time, kids! As the world starts to slowly open back up, I think to my experiences traveling before it had locked down. I am going to start traveling yet again but for now, I want to reflect on the various cities I have traveled to in the past as they are still on my… Continue reading The bachelor goes to Montreal
Or if I dare to say, honest and potentially (very likely, more like definitely...) offensive observations about the various US states (particularly the people from them). In honor of July 4th weekend, I have decided to make this post and others might follow if this gets too long. A little bit of a foreword. Having… Continue reading Honest observations about Americans
Over the years, I have heard a lot of guys complain about how bad American women or just women from the "Anglosphere" are compared to women who are not a part of western culture. Entire movements support this idea and it has certainly gained a lot of traction in movements such as the red pill… Continue reading Are American/”western” women really that bad?