Day in, day out and here we are with another work week complete. I’m currently off to explore Washington D.C. with my grandma and possibly run into some of my buddies along the way. Sure, there’s way too much to accomplish in only three days, so I already have hopes of traveling out a couple more times. Between friends studying abroad and friends out of town and oh this little thing called November Project – D.C. chapter.
So, while I’m exploring, here’s some more recaps of late summer and early fall in the beautiful New York City.
Waking up for a sunrise and a bit of teamwork with the local November Project chapter. Possibly one of my favorite photos taken by the DC chapter’s CanofSpaghetti. Check out his epic snapshots of their tribe members working out across the city.
More work perks. One of the campaigns that I run is the advertising for Redd’s Apple Ale on Funny Or Die. Their mega campaign is currently surrounding the Oddball Comedy Festival and we had the opportunity to attend the kickoff show out in New Jersey. Sarah Silverman and Louis C.K. were definitely a couple of my favorites!
Yoga in Bryant Park
293 Third Avenue (between 22nd and 23rd Streets) • New York, NY 10010
*Like any popular brunch spot, it’s best to arrive early and with all your party members 🙂
Checking out the Yankees and watching Jeter play in his last season. Although the people-watching was almost as good (if not better) than the game itself. Yankees were tanking…
My boss happened to be giving away a pair of tickets for a random weeknight game. Who could pass up free field-level tickets??
Back to my running days around Central Park. It’s one of my favorite places in the city and I sure am at my happiest when I’m all healthy and running around with that view. For the time, New York has stolen my heart.
“Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has genius, power, and magic in it.” – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe