My one friend has just moved here from Pittsburgh and she only knows a couple of people. I know how scary it can be to move to a new place so I'm doing what I can to help. When I first moved to a new place, a girlfriend hosted a tea party at her place so I could meet some of her friends. They soon became my friends so last night I held a dinner party so MB could meet some other neighborhood women.
I have to acknowledge the awesomeness of my friends who are welcoming MB with open arms. Within minutes, everyone who meets her is offering job leads and exchanging LinkedIn information. They're truly willing to help someone they hardly know. I'm so touched by that! They're acting like any friend of mine is a friend of theirs and that's a beautiful thing. Do you have a story about a friend really coming through for you? Or do you want to give a shout out to a pal who's always there when you need her/him? Please do so in the Comments section.
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My friends who live in North Jersey just purchased a home in Texas. They are employed, in their 50s, and take advantage of all the cultural and culinary experiences that are available where they live and in New York City. So why are they moving to Texas...
I don't know about you, but I hate moving. I really hate it. I hate it with a passion. I hate packing. I have lifting boxes. I hate playing Tetris to get the most room out of a truck. I hate figuring out which boxes belong in which rooms. I hate unpacking. If you haven't guessed yet, I really, really don't like moving. So this video is great for when you can't avoid moving, but need some tips to m
There's no question that we live in a unique state. There are a lot of things that you can find and experience in NJ that you can't get elsewhere. Have you ever thought about what you'd miss if you leave the Garden State?
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