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The Guide for New New Yorkers By Sarah Protzman Howlett
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Based on the most-read posts from her popular blog, NewNewYorkers.info, "The Guide for New New Yorkers" goes beyond guidebooks and Google to help young professionals build a happy life in... More > their adopted city of New York. Writer/editor Sarah Protzman Howlett humorously parlays her own New York journey into an encouraging book of essays, advice and practical lists. Sarah's first book, "Two Years in New York City," is a memoir also available on Lulu.com.< Less
The Guide for New New Yorkers By Sarah Protzman Howlett
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Based on the most-read posts from her popular blog, NewNewYorkers.info, "The Guide for New New Yorkers" goes beyond guidebooks and Google to help young professionals build a happy life in... More > their adopted city of New York. Writer/editor Sarah Protzman Howlett humorously parlays her own New York journey into an encouraging book of essays, advice and practical lists. Sarah's first book, "Two Years in New York City," is a memoir also available on Lulu.com.< Less
Two Years in New York City By Sarah Protzman
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Writer/editor Sarah Protzman Howlett bought a one-way ticket to New York City in 2007 at age 24, with no job and no apartment waiting on the other end. "Two Years in New York City" is a... More > series of impressions, written as they happened, about the creation of a life from the ground up—punctuated with tales of confusion, clarity, work, dating, frustration, and humor (in hindsight if nothing else). The response to "Two Years in New York City" inspired Sarah to launch NewNYers.com, the only blog specifically dedicated to young people new to the city or planning to relocate.< Less
Two Years in New York City By Sarah Protzman
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Writer/editor Sarah Protzman Howlett bought a one-way ticket to New York City in 2007 at age 24, with no job and no apartment waiting on the other end. "Two Years in New York City" is a... More > series of impressions, written as they happened, about the creation of a life from the ground up, punctuated with tales of confusion, clarity, work, dating, frustration, humor and happiness. The response to "Two Years in New York City" inspired Sarah to launch NewNewYorkers.info, the only blog specifically dedicated to young people new to the five boroughs.< Less