Dating in london vs new york
It’s no secret that this city is hard work, especially when you’re juggling an independent business and a freelance career simultaneously. A., I was used to everyone being super-friendly and chill everywhere I went.
New Yorkers are great people, but I’m not sure “super-friendly and chill” is how I would describe them.
In London, it’s really hard to get anything to eat beyond a kebab past 11 p.m., and no one really goes out at the start of the week.
But there are lots of parallels between the cities, too — amazing art, inspiring street culture, great style.
So I applied to do a master’s degree at The New School, got accepted and was back in the city five months later to start classes.
and cook their dinner most evenings during the week.Both Londoners and New Yorkers wear clothes that tell stories about who they are or who they want to be, and living in either place is a lesson in interpreting them.The cities share a fascinating mix of ease and energy — a willingness to play and experiment complemented by a penchant for looking and feeling relaxed.I also miss walking streets I know like the back of my hand and seeing places that have sentimental history for me.
Any expat will tell you there’s no way to describe or replace the comfort of being on home soil.
It’s a fabulous adult playground, but the cost of living and the overall lifestyle can be difficult to hack if you’re a creative kid without a trust fund (i.e., me! A.’s driving culture and much more laid-back lifestyle was tough at times. A.’s sense of isolation that gave me the idea to create The WW Club, so every cloud has a silver lining.