Tag: graffiti

May 11, 2014

Sunday streetart

Every Sunday, I go for a morning run. During the week I’m not as consistent as I would like to be, so on Sundays when I run, I try to make up for it by going long and far. The past few Sundays I’ve been running across bridges into different parts of Brooklyn. These runs take up to 3 hours or so! On the bridge and at the…

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April 9, 2013

Stay hungry, Stay Curious

Believe it or not, there was a reason why I made my sister walk a lot while she was visiting. Besides the fact that I am an inveterate walker, I had more time during break and it’s just calming to walk in the company of a loved one, I simply wanted my sister to be more curious. If you haven’t noticed already in my instagram…

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April 3, 2013

Voices of the World, as heard from Brooklyn Bridge

So spring break is over and my sister isn’t in New York anymore so really, I’m posting the adventures we had together to relive them. It’s already been more than a week since I posted last. Where does the time go?! One of the adventures I had planned for her was a trip to Brooklyn to eat some yummy pizza. I even had a whole…

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January 27, 2013

wordplay

Wow. So tomorrow is the first day of my last semester of college. Winter break flew by! A lot has happened in just the past week. Some of the things that come to mind: I took the time to write a long letter to a friend, I lost my phone in the city and I had an amazing long heart to heart conversation with someone…

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January 11, 2013

We found Hope in a Loveless place

It’s easy to get caught up in the New York hustle: we all have our own things to do, places to go, people to see. Sometimes it really does seem like a jungle out there where it is every man for himself. We often put ourselves first or become selfish and we allow relationships with others to fizzle on the backburner. In the aftermath of…

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