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Learning the Dance of Making Friends in a New City

Moving to a new city is hard. Anyone who has lived in multiple cities, states or even countries  understands what it means to be the Jess in New Girl all too well (sans the apartment full of quirky, childlike men as roommates.) 474 more words


A 29-Year-Old’s Diary Entries From Late May, 1981

Saturday, May 23, 1981

9 PM. Sometimes I think how lucky I’ve been and I want to get down and thank the Lord or whoever has allowed me to lead such a pleasant life. 4,380 more words

Mr. Bunker's Creed

When we first moved to Columbia, South Carolina, people from here told us that it was a city not from where you wanted to be. If you wanted to go to the mountains, you could drive about 2 hours. 928 more words

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What to Consider When Moving to Pay off Debt and Save Money

In summer of 2012 I moved to Calgary, Alberta in search of better employment. As a recent graduate with a master’s degree, I found myself with a considerable amount of student loan debt. 1,572 more words


Welcome to New York: My Incredible First Day in the Big City

Authors Note: I was going to write a post about my first week in New York, but it has been a complete whirlwind! Instead of writing a whole novel on my first week, this will be my first post of my Novice in New York series: 534 more words

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A 29-Year-Old’s Diary Entries From Mid-October, 1980

Tuesday, October 14, 1980

1 PM. I’m very unhappy. This cold weather has brought back the memories of my misery last winter. I even feel dizzy today. 5,167 more words

Stranger danger: Moving to a new city

With today’s global economy it’s almost inevitable that you’ll need to move cities for your career. Moving to a new city is hard, especially if you’re alone and don’t know anyone. 563 more words

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