As I continue to break every rule about successful blogging, lapsing for a few too many days at a time, I figured I would give this week over to a Day In The The Life Of post. You might know I’ve been freelancing at an ad agency in a digital strategy role which is mostly the same ol’ same ol’ I was up to in NYC. Determined to break out of that box, I’ve started working with a small but successful organization here called Sassy Hong Kong. The website is basically a lifestyle and culture guide to Hong Kong specifically for girls - those who’ve just moved over here and locals alike. They hold some fantastic events around town and I’m really excited to be working in a business development role for them, to help them grow responsibly and successfully. So 3 days a week you’ll find me at the office, 2 days a week at a coffee shop with my laptop. You’ll also find me at the expat-ty gym Pure, which is more or less an Equinox, (expats LOVE personal trainers here) and out and about town at the many restaurants, finally experimenting with new ethnic cuisines I never touched with a ten foot pole in New York. Mostly Southeast Asian, rather than Chinese. I still haven’t been cooking as much as I would’ve hoped because you really do need to go to the market day-of and get your fresh ingredients. Brownie points for trying?. Mmmm, how I miss a real all-American brownie :P
Weekends are given over to the fun stuff you mostly see on my blog. I think summer officially kicked in today as it’s nearly 80 degrees and the famous HK humidity is creeping in. Tomorrow we’re off on two “junk boat” trips - which aren’t nearly as awful as they sound. Watch this space for the wrap-up and pics.
As always, thanks for tuning in!