Finding a Place in Manhattan is Tough

I have just moved into my new short-term apartment in the Greater New York area. What I meant by this is that I am not on a fixed contract. If I find another place, all I need to do is provide a month’s notice and I am free to go. This was perfect for my situation. The apartment itself is not too bad either; the location is good as I can walk to work in 20 minutes, and the rent is all inclusive. The only limitation is that the landlord needs it back by October, giving me 3 months maximum to find a new place. So, this has worked out well. The hard part is now finding a place in Manhattan!

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Moving On

Nothing stays the same forever. The only thing that will remain consistent is change. We are all passing through the passage of time. The way our lives are shaped is based on thousands, ten of thousands, maybe even millions of different variables. This makes it hard to want things to be the same as they were. What can we take away from this?

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Put it On Your Calendar

Just saw a great video onĀ The Art of ManlinessĀ on the importance of actually putting activities down in your calendar to help you achieve things. I started doing this a couple of days ago, and have found it to be pretty useful….so far! Motivation is normally quite high when we just start something, but it will be interesting to see how long I can maintain the momentum. I am hoping that scheduling in things, doing the activity, and the sense of accomplishment will actually help build momentum.

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