I didn't mention this in my Rebirth post, but I will update it later. Moving on, I will be sharing my opinions on things I see such as sports because that is a part of who I am. When I am not out gaming, I love watching a good sporting event and UFC/MMA is arguably … Continue reading My thoughts on UFC 281.
After posting my verdict on Miami, I am going to share with you guys how it compares to a city long-considered great for single men, NYC. I have had the chance to be in Miami for a few months now and NYC for quite a few years. While the two cities are loaded with beautiful … Continue reading Miami vs. NYC
You heard it many many times in the past few years of why NYC is THE city to be in if you are a single guy. Before the pandemic, I myself hyped up NYC as the best city in North America, if not the world, for single men. In no other large city do you … Continue reading Five reasons why single men should avoid NYC now.
Two more weeks to flatten the curve, a phrase we all heard so much when this all began. Yet, two more weeks have turned into forever now. Those of us who are somewhat impartial or not completely partial to one side have seen how the pandemic has transformed beyond just a virus and physical illness. … Continue reading The pandemic of the self-righteous
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
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
So it was quite a busy week for me a week ago and it started Tuesday with a networking event. I didn't have wild aspirations for much of anything and I can barely write out much about it other than the fact that as a man, you need to go for it when the opportunity … Continue reading A wild night with a recruiter