Today is my 6th day living in Brooklyn. I made the firm decision to move to NY on New Years Eve. On April 1st my car was packed and drove to NY from California. I stayed with a friend in Long Island while I worked from my laptop and looked at apartments in the city. It took 2 weeks to find my perfect place and another week to move in and get my stuff organized so I actually felt like I had my own cool space. It’s still not DONE, I still need furniture and things on the walls to make it homey, but it’s mine and I’m happy.
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you are awesome!
for just making a decision and doing it! my process is much slower, but i will join ya in myc soon! :-) how was finding and getting a place? I heard it was horrendous out there to be approved and all the red tape. i heard they want your first born! lol…
I will be here to show you cool stuff once you get here. I should know where everything is by then. :)
I did not find the apt search to be too horrendous. The main thing I didn’t like was, because I was looking for a share and not my own apt, It felt more like a job interview with 1000 applicants for each job than something I just made a decision on. It was more of an interview process because you have to like the place and them but they also have to like you. So it adds another factor to it. I spent only two weeks, checking Craigslist every day and at the end of two weeks of tiredness and frustration I got an email from the place that I reallllly wanted. And that’s where I am now. It’s an artist loft in Brooklyn. So awesome.