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Two years ago today, in 2018, I arrived in NYC with two suitcases and absolutely no clue what I was going to do. The first few months were more exciting than anything, and it didn't take long for this place to feel like home. 🙃 I don't know what the future looks like, but I know it's here. I feel like I've made a million memories already, for better or worse, and can't wait for a million more. ✨✨✨
n’t decide if I want to focus on work, or take the time to digest this crazy moment in history. And now, with my industry totally uprooted and my income sources totally evaporated, I feel lost and hurt and confused and stressed. And as my self-employed income increased and my life in the city has become more stable, I finally started to feel like I was on solid footing in one of the most expensive cities. In my new work-from-home life, I’ve been managing my anxiety by focusing on little positive habits and routines, so my days don’t seem too difficult at first.
please stay home, hopefully with some sun ☀️ . i know this has been a weird time for all of us, and while i’ve been dealing with my own personal struggles during it, i am taking it day by day. and every day is getting better ~ i started exercising every morning, meditating, cooking healthier meals, regularly chatting with friends, and making space in my mind and my day to focus on both work (which is few and far between right now) and myself. i’m also writing a list every day of the things that make me happy which has helped a lot. what are you doing to fight off anxiety and fear? any little advice will help. . i’ll check into instagram periodically, but i’m trying to limit my use for my own sanity. in the meantime, please stay home, stay safe, and stay healthy ✨💕
Sure, it’s got its problems, but By now, I feel most everyone knows Grindr and its standard practices: it’s a gay app, for hookups and, yes, for dating. Since the app launched in March 2009, it’s still the #1 gay app. Other gay dating apps, and the more inclusive mainstream dating apps like OKCupid and Hinge, offer similar or even more features in their free apps. The premium features (outlined below) for XTRA and Premium subscribers (pay through the app store) just make the app easier to use.
it’s been a weird couple of days/weeks/months, hey? ✨ nyc has seemingly shut down and borders are being closed. but also, i’m sitting here in a busy park on a sunny afternoon, the ice cream trucks are driving by, people are jogging and playing basketball. . maybe this is not a time to be scared but a chance to get to know our neighbors near and far, a chance to breathe and focus on community while we stay safe. i will continue to post my photos and share my stories because, well, i have to. i have to because it helps to have a little consistency in these uncertain times. take care and reach out to those you love; we can all use a little friendship right now. ✌🏻
And while those are all well and useful, there are plenty of fun phone accessories you can use to add a bit of glam or style to your look. There’s no question we spend a lot of time on our phones, and as we become more glued to those screens, it makes sense there would be more and more ways to accessorize them, whether it’s for a long night out of partying, for a vacation, or just for a bit of at-home fun. It’s a lot of fun to personalize your phone (especially when we all seem to have the same phones). It’s important to accessorize and provide your phone with useful and fun accessories.
In some ways, I’m a little lucky because while my work has been severely cut back, I’m already used to working from home—something suddenly the vast majority of the American workforce is stuck doing right now. With a weird contrast of suddenly time & space to do things, but not a lot of motivation, I’m ~again~ feeling like my life is stuck on pause. So, if you’re stuck at home and bored and thinking, “now’s the time I start a podcast!, And while I think it’s actually healthy to have a good relationship post-breakup, in these bizarre times, it’s maybe better to keep your distance unless you can actually behave and stay responsible.