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After two years in the Big Apple Kevin, Toaster and I are headed back to SF this summer. We have loved our time in New York (which does have surprisingly good apples in the fall), and especially Brooklyn, but two years was always our rough timeline for our East Coast adventure and it feels like […]

Going Back to Cali

After two years in the Big Apple Kevin, Toaster and I are headed back to SF this summer. We have loved our time in New York (which does have surprisingly good apples in the fall), and especially Brooklyn, but two years was always our rough timeline for our East Coast adventure and it feels like the right time to say goodbye.

People keep asking if it’s the weather pushing us away and the answer is a definite no. I expected to struggle with the winters, but both of the ones we had were relatively mild and I found the change of seasons to be a delightful departure from the monotonous temperate climates I’m accustomed to. The weather was one of the pleasant surprises.

It’s no secret that I’ll be happy to get back to my West Coast produce and all my amazing Bay Area friends, but nothing is driving us away. Kevin has accepted a position at True Ventures, which requires us to be closer to the Bay Area, and my laptop works from anywhere.

We’re excited to be moving forward into this next chapter, and it doesn’t suck that we’ll be back in time to catch the Warriors crush it in the NBA Finals.

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