Visiting or Moving to NYC

The best thing about NYC is that it is unstoppable.  There is an energy to this city unparalleled elsewhere.  Often imitated, but never replicated NYC is one of kind.  Hate it or love it, you can’t deny that it stands apart.  Cultural diversity, ethnic diversity, economic diversity/disparity, fashion, finance, philanthropy, sports, arts and entertainment – this city has it all!

When you visit NYC, you visit a microcosm of the world.  The excess of wealth along side the despair of poverty.  It does not hide its flaws.  Flaws and all, NYC is a mesmerizing place. It is well worth the visit, particularly after Hurricane Sandy.  Tourism is essential to the city.  Come, visit, and support NYC.  Volunteer at a nonprofit helping those still displaced by Sandy and while you’re helping others, be sure to enjoy the city.  See why NYers have a swagger and believe they live in the best city in the world.

To aid you in your visit, I have created a website of my favorite things to do/see in NYC, particularly in the Midtown, Theater District, Hell’s Kitchen, Times Square neighborhoods.  Be sure to tell your friends coming to the Big Apple to check out my site.  Tweet it to friends.

I’m on twitter now: @Rondaisms

I’m a new to the tweeting scene, so patience.

As always, I am honored that you choose to read my musings.

Ronda Lee
Founder, Editor-in-Chief
Ronda is an attorney, writer, and entrepreneur. She is a contributing writer for the Huffington Post. Originally from Chicago, she has lived in Los Angeles and New York. She loves to travel and is passionate about education equity, especially for first generation college students.