Or your boy. Your new job. Or your new home. Or your BFF. Apparently, it’s all out there, and the best way to find it is online. The Internet has become our new go to. If you we want instructions on how to turn on the T.V., we google it. If we need to make a phone call, we ask Siri or Alexa. If we want to find the next big event, we go to the Live Nation App. It’s all out there in cyberspace. Not like it’s a new thing, we’ve been using Waze to guide us for years, but can we trust that untouchable space to find the loves of our lives? Whatever happened to social circles? Oh, yea, that’s right, they exist-online.
More money, more problems? Huh. P-Diddy and Biggie. Go back to street slingin’ days and tell me that again. Give me what you got boys, and you can have mine. One thing that we know (Diddy and B.I.G. included) is New York living is expensive. We get why. No, we don’t. Yes, we have a love-hate relationship with this place. Love is what keeps us together. Hate keeps our minds on elsewhere. Moving sucks regardless, but trying to find a place to move into anywhere on Long Island that is both safe and affordable is near impossible. It’s all good in the hood though, because, after a couple of Gansta refresher classes, I should be able to hold my own. I hope. Just keep your eyes out for a sale on door locks and window bars. It’ll all be okay. At least we’ll have NY, right?
This week we are looking ahead. Looking for new beginnings. Yes, we delve into a new adventure on a daily basis, but those are simple, and about living the good life. Ones we are comfortable with, even though we may put our selves out of our zones every once in a while. We are making decisions to start trying out things we originally said, “never” too. We are going to consider getting our feet wet in certain circumstances; go to places we have never gone before-figuratively speaking this time. As always, we’ll take it one second at a time and project those abundance inducing positive vibes so we will get what we put out there, but it might take some attitude adjusting first.
Let us know if you have any suggestions or stories that you would like to share about going out on the edge. The results? We don’t care if they are good or bad. Just as long as you got out there!