The Adventures Of A Traveling TV Reporter
How often have you moved?
I was born and raised in a Connecticut city. From there, I went to Syracuse University, I came home, moved up to Potsdam (St. Lawrence County) in New York, and now I'm here in Middletown enjoying Orange County.
It seems funny to say "I'm a New Yorker." I've been living out of Connecticut for almost 8 years now, if you count 'Cuse as moving. I also spent a semester in D.C. But I am, indeed, a New Yorker. But when I say "I'm going home," it usually refers to CT. It's funny how I'm an adult, with my own place, a full-time job, my own car, etc. But I still feel like it's like an extended college leave, just with a lot more responsibility.
This the life we newsers have. A lot of packing up and going, trying to climb up the markets. Some of my family/friends joke that I have a "nomad life" because I'm always on the go. But I'm sure there are other people outside of the news industry who move a lot.
Have you moved a lot? For work, family, or some other reason. How do you transition from place to place?
It's nice to know there are other people who get the same perks from constantly moving around and seeing new places....but who also can understand the difficulties of packing up all your stuff, the stress of moving, and starting all over again.
I'm a TV Reporter and I'm always on the move- whether it's for work, visiting family out of state, or checking out all that the Hudson Valley has to offer. I enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, biking, swimming, and snowboarding. I won't pretend I'm any good at snowboarding, but I'm getting the basics down. But I'm also a big foodie. I enjoy checking out new restaurants, wineries/breweries/distilleries, and I'm always willing to try out some new recipes in the kitchen! Please feel free to keep up with my blogs, give me suggestions of where to go, or let me know about some events going on in the HV!