It’s been a while. Today is the first day in a long time where I have actually had time to sit down and relax for a bit. New York is such an amazing city. There is an endless amount of things to do here. They say a New York minute is shorter than anywhere else in the world and I truly believe it. I am finding it incredibly difficult to acknowledge the fact that it is already December 1st (I apologise for not posting any sooner). It feels like just yesterday I was hopping on the plane to come over here. Here’s a look back over a few of my highlights from October. I know I’m 2 months behind but hey, it’s better late than never, right!?
When looking up things to do in New York, Governors Island was one of the places that popped up. I was at my friend’s apartment on Saturday, September 26th and we saw that the following day was the last day to visit the island as it was closing to the public. We decided that we should probably do it seeing as it was going to be our only chance to get there.
On Sunday, my roommate, my two friends and I decided to cycle to Central Park. To be honest, I thought this was a crazy idea as I had not cycled in years and I also have never cycled on a road with traffic, especially not in New York City!
So I have officially been living in New York City for a little over one month. The time has gone by so fast, too fast if I’m honest. I would like it to slow down a little! Within the past month, I have made so many new friends, seen so many new places and learned so many new things!
I was lucky enough to get the opportunity to work at Couture Fashion Week in NYC. I had seen this opportunity online a couple of weeks back and I decided to apply for it and luckily enough, I got the job!