I usually spend Saturday mornings catching up on emails and news articles that I find of particular interest. Yesterday, the one article that caught my attention was this week’s TED talk featuring Monica Lewinsky as the speaker.
One of my favorite new experiences that I’ve encountered since moving to New York City is Bikram. Don’t get me wrong; although I say I love it, I actually hate it.
Last week, while at the gym near my office, I overheard two men talking, almost venting. “It’s over” they said with constant repetition. Normally, these words would have little meaning without the proper context, yet I knew exactly what they were talking about. I too have been saying this for quite some time, and with …
The Manhattan renter’s market is really like no other. The pace is lightning fast and apartments list today for a move-in date tomorrow. So when I brought a lead time of several months, no agents really wanted to talk to me – until of course, I gave them my price range.
What does the one of the largest hedge funds in New York City and a backwater ski resort in New Mexico have in common? The answer in a moment.
Since I moved into Manhattan, my social life has exploded. I am reconnecting with old friends and meeting dozens of new people. Even the dating scene has been hotter than it’s ever been for me, including when I was single and in my twenties – mostly because back then, I had little experience and didn’t …
Facebook is a wonderful tool that has not only brought people together but its power has led to seismic shifts in the global political landscape. Without exaggeration, it has changed the world.
A few weeks ago, I was watching a video of one my favorite spiritual teachers. He was explaining the importance of practicing stillness, in an effort to hear your inner voice.
Last night I had a terrible night’s sleep; tossing and turning all night long. When my alarm went off at 5:30 AM, I was already awake, lying in bed reflecting on my tortured dreams – which foreshadowed the days events that lied ahead.