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Pocket PMF: Moving to New York

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Pocket PMF: Moving to New York

New York, New York!

Today Garance chats with Emily, Elle, and Natalie about what it was like moving to New York City. They talk about the chaos and challenges of finding jobs, apartments, and friends, but also reflect on their favorite New York hangouts, ideal weekend activities, and the overall magic of the city.

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  • Ah, the memories this brings back! The more things change the more they stay the same. Very fun to hear their experiences!

  • Lauren June, 30 2016, 3:55 / Reply

    This is perfect timing! I am moving to NYC in exactly one month! I can’t wait to listen!

  • I can’t wait to listen to this one, to see if moving to NYC is similar in any way to my relation from France & Switzerland to Southern California and now Portland, OR.

  • So many relatable moments here. Great podcast !

  • Garance I loved this episode!! I live in NYC and could totally relate to the topics. I really do think your team should do a separate episode on adult friendships. As I move forward in my mid-20s I find it harder to maintain and find lasting friendships. I know I’m not the only one with these sentiments, this episode would definitely be a great discussion.

    -Michelle

  • Natalie July, 7 2016, 10:25

    Hi Michelle,

    Stay tuned… :) x Natalie

  • Carina July, 10 2016, 2:38 / Reply

    Hey Studio-Team, I just wanted to say that it is one of my favourite “single girl at home activities” to cook myself a nice dinner and listening to an episode of Pardon my French while doing it. And I Loved this one! I live in Cologne, Germany, but there are actually a lot of similarities to be found especially the friendship topic, when you are a single woman in your mid-thirties and all your married friends are about to have families and moving out of the city! It really pushes me out of my comfort zone to find inspiring new people in the city to spend time with. But at the same time, as i get older, i really do not want to spend time anymore with people who i don´t have a real connection with. So i´d love to listen to a “Pardon my French” Episode about that! Thanks for these great Podcasts! Carina

  • What an amazing episode ! Loved listening to it on the go, so inspiring.
    Aïda
    MY LAST LOOK
    http://stylishwishes.com/?p=2267

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