After spending the past three nights up until 3 am, I now understand why they call it the city that never sleeps. However, only one of those nights was spent at work, the other two were me trying to enjoy the city instead of being a grandma and hitting the sack at 9 am, which I easily could have done.
I didn’t have much time to explore the city this week with work and heading down to Philly this past Saturday for my friend’s birthday, but I did get to show my friend from Charleston around on Friday afternoon/night (my supervisor let me off work at 3, I am thankful that Galore is so flexible).
Baked by Melissa
While writing for Galore was very easy and fun the first couple weeks, I seem to be running out of things to write about/ not having time to brainstorm ideas during the week because I am so busy. Thankfully, my boss helps out by sending pop culture tidbits to me throughout the day.
Unfortunately, the days at Michael Kors seem to drag out a bit. We don’t seem to be very busy in the shoe department since I started, and most of my day is spent making copies, photographing past shoes, or organizing/cleaning. I am hoping that the workload will pick up and that I will be more busy and also be assigned more meaningful tasks.
New York is certainly starting to feel like home, as when I went to Philly this weekend it felt a little funny. It was nice that everyone was excited to see me though. I will be going to Philly again this weekend to help out with Sorority recruitment. Me and my roommate, Olivia, will be leaving on Friday. I’m excited to have a somewhat more relaxing weekend, and looking forward to getting through the week. Monday’s really are the worst.