“What was the moment when you became a real New Yorker?”

April 12, 2012 - by

We found a recent blog post we liked that talks about “the moment you became a New Yorker.” It touches on something a lot of of us in the office have felt—those in-between moments when you’re walking around a corner and suddenly remember the storefront that used to be there.

For anyone who moves to New York City and stays for a while, there is a moment in time when you shift from “thinking about being” in New York to just “being” in New York. Here’s the full article:

http://thoughtcatalog.com/2012/the-moment-you-become-a-new-yorker-author-jackie-berg/

If you liked that, we can also recommend an apt and heartfelt response to the above post:

http://gothamist.com/2012/03/28/youre_a_real_new_yorker_when.php

If you have a comment of your own, we’d love to hear from you here. Tell us what you think, or tell us about the moment when you feel you became a New Yorker.

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