I moved to New York City to pursue a master’s degree in psychology, and I’m here to share some of the perspectives and philosophies I have about the city and my studies through the lens of the culture, philosophy, and politics of the city; the unique and inspiring characters that inhabit this metropolis; and the way the city is changing for the better.
It’s not exactly a philosopher’s paradise, but this isn’t a philosophical blog, so we’ll save that for another time. Instead, this is a blog about my thoughts and opinions on the city and the people who live here. I’ll also post videos, photos, and anything else that takes my fancy. So hop on over to princetongreeklife.
Princetongreeklife is the home of the Princetontowngreek, a group of writers, poets, and musicians from across the nation who come together to discuss what it is like to live and breathe in their home city. This blog is meant to be our collective voice, but you can also expect regular observations from the group itself.
Check out the Princetontowngreek for all the latest from the Greek scene. We are from the city of Princeton, New Jersey, and we work with our Greek friends on a weekly basis. This blog is meant to be a space for us to hang out and create.
The Princetontowngreek is a space for our community to gather, share stories, and be creative. It’s a place to gather, chat, and share ideas. It’s a place to meet other like-minded individuals who make Princeton their home. It’s a place to discover new things, places, and people. Most of all, it’s a place where we can be ourselves.
Princetontowngreek is our own space, so to speak. It’s more than just a blog, though. We don’t just write about our lives and share them with the world. We are the ones who make the blogs, the ones who create the space and the community, and the ones who keep it all going. We are the ones who keep the blog growing as we meet new people and encourage them to share themselves.
In the last couple of years we have grown from our modest beginnings as a small group of like-minded people in Princeton University. A couple of years ago, we were in the middle of a “weblog that rocks” movement. We were sharing our lives, opinions, and everything interesting in life on our own site. We started this blog when we were in the middle of a move to New York.
We’re the only ones still here because we keep it going. We blog about things that interest us and help others find their way. We blog about being a better person, being a better human being, being a better person with a disability, being a better person with ADHD, and being a better person in general. We also promote our own personal journey and help others do the same.
The blog we started in the middle of a move to New York is now over fifteen years old and still going strong. It was the first site we started on this site. We blog about life in general. We also blog about our own personal journey and the journeys of others. We promote our own personal journey and help others do the same.
I’ve always kind of liked this blog. It’s one of my most popular personal blogs. We’ve always had a few things going on behind the scenes with our relationship and we’re currently working on getting married and getting our first baby, but we are always interested in hearing from people with different interests. We have the whole world to ourselves, so it is always nice to hear from people who share our interests.