Snowday in New York
I’m enjoying a snowday at home! Actually, I did go into the office this morning (watch my Instagram stories for snippets of how I felt about that), but since the blizzard (or bomb cyclone, as they (the weather people) call it) was only gonna get worse, we were all told to go home early. So about noon I headed for the subway with a few colleagues. Them going to Brooklyn and Queens, me going to the Upper West. I made a pitstop on 59th street to see how magical Central Park looked. And I certainly didn’t get disappointed. I love how New York gets all quiet and the avenues shot down (get a glimpse of last year’s blizzard here, that was also back when I still dreamed of moving). Central Park was covered in a Winter White blanket, lots of kids were sledding, couples were taking photos. It was indeed magical.
I definitely asked a stranger to take my photo, which took me a little ‘getting out of my comfort zone’-guts, but it felt pretty rewarding after. I’m thinking about getting one of those tripods for my iphone, and maybe even with a blootooth remote! That would be fun, and make my #bloggerstruggles a little less… struggly sometimes. They aren’t even that expensive! Do any of you have experience with using those? Let me know! I would love some advice.
The rest of my day was spent on the couch under a blanket strategizing the social media appearance of the two brands I work for. Is there any better place to work from? I would pretty much say no. That would only be if I could travel while working. That would probably top the couch. Hah! But they (the weather people) say tomorrow should be better cyclone-wise, so I think it’s back to the office. Better enjoy this couch and an extra wrap in the blanket while I have it.