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It pleases me to say that someone on craigslist flagged and removed an ad of mine regarding one of my new projects. The reason I’m so happy about this, is because there was nothing about the ad that broke any craigslist rule. Someone literally read the call for submissions and had it deleted.

There’s already a scandal around my new project and it hasn’t even launched yet!

Yesterday I attended a PR Summit at the Grand Hyatt next to Grand Central Station. It blows my mind how much I taught myself firing up this tiny Internet corner to rant. Over the past four years I’ve connected with people all over the world. I’m incredibly fascinated by brands and how they work. Speading messages about them around the entire planet Earth also mesmerizes me.

When I was a little girl, we used to post letters.

I’m going to use all the stuff I’ve learned around here and try to actually launch a writing page, I’m pretty excited about it. Between all of my tweeting and vining and instagraming in between continent hopping, I’ve been fortunate to surround myself with a spectacular, truly extraordinary group of talent and I can’t wait to feature their work.

I realize I’m not at FollowMeToNYC as much these days. But realistically, I’m never too far. And in fact, I met an amazing photographer whose happy snaps are soon to be featured in these parts.

PS. A PUBLISHER REPLIED TO A QUERY OF MINE AND IS INTERESTED IN MY BOOK PROPOSAL!