Category Archives: New York City

The Coffee Man

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  We’ve all had them. Those people you come across during your daily travels. Sometimes you interact with them, sometimes not, or maybe you just don’t notice them. But whether you have a reason to connect (or not) every time you see each other; these people invariably end up being the buoys in the ocean voyage of your life. I… Read more »

Disco Inferno, or my first job out of college…

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As we move into the early months of spring, this year’s college graduates are thinking about what their next move will be. Those with great grades, important degrees, who attended ivy league schools, will have an easy time; in fact – they probably have those jobs lined up right now! Others who’ve “attended” college, have liberal arts or majors with… Read more »

It’s Groundhog Day all over again; meeting Bill Murray

Groundhog Day recently passed us by a couple of days ago on February 2nd, and while we were all trying to decipher what Punxsutawney Phil saw or didn’t see – it promptly snowed in the northeast. There’s something scary about an entire country planning their lives on the prediction of a groundhog. Punxy Phil actually looks like a better candidate… Read more »

Subway Serious – railing on the hottest ride in town

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  With the good fortune of recently being hired by a well-known company to work at their corporate offices in NYC downtown, I’ve been re-introduced to a form of transportation used by thousands daily. The NYC Subway. I’ve commuted to NYC for most of my 30+ years in the workforce; this is the first time that it’s been necessary for… Read more »