Newark was our first stop after leaving New York City this morning, other then a little run in with some security, we found some interesting people and opinions from all walks of life. Feel free to discuss what you see in the comments!
Times Square had to be below 0, but we got two folks to stop and chat with us. The one thing I’m seeing is, it is either extremely hard to get people who didn’t vote for Obama, or we’re just not having any luck running into them. Our next stop is New Jersey, hopefully we’ll run into some good interviews there! Keep watching!
To keep “episodes” small, I split the New York content into two piece, the first section is who we ran into in Union Square. Again, we’ve had a tough time getting people to slow down the fast-paced world that New York is, but who we talked to had some great stuff to say!
So, its been officially three months since I’ve been back in Boston, and its been a rollercoaster ride looking for some sort of normalcy. A little more then the first month I spent working 7 days a week, after that ended, I found myself participating in any social event I could. There are huge differences between here and New York, but, I’m definitely happier here now then I was before I moved to New York.
Moving to New York changed a lot, and I grew a lot as a person. I’m using a lot of what I learned here.
I’ve got myself busy with a lot of different projects. When I was in New York, I was working very long hours sometimes 7 days a week. The motivation I had before I moved was gone, now that I’m back, I’m looking for that motivation.
Like I’m always saying, I’ve got a ton of podcast ideas, one of them coincides with my new web project, Lonelyreviewer.com, but more news on that as I develop the concept.