Moving to the Big Apple can be daunting.
When Hollywood makes a movie or song about it, the transition seems like a glamorous adventure that every Millennial should embark on.
The reality isn’t quite so breezy, but it still is worth it to thousands who move in each year.
Native Texan Alexis Kristiana details 20 tips for surviving a newbie’s first year in New York City.
Read her advice on her blog, Lonestar in the City.
Sheena McFarland has worked in the communication field for more than a decade. She currently is a communications specialist for The University of Utah David Eccles School of Business, telling the stories of students, faculty and staff through traditional and new media. She continues to freelance for The Salt Lake Tribune, where she was a reporter and editor, covering topics ranging from education to government to astronomy. She graduated from the University of Utah with a communication degree and minors in French and biology teaching.