If you no longer have the possibility of privacy, you are no longer free.
Over the past week, I’ve been doing my best to step back from the normal routine. This time of year is always good for reflection and for determining what I’d like to accomplish in the year to come.
I am working on several, new posts, but for the last one of the year, I’d like to share some holiday treats. Continue reading A Ciano Holiday
Long Island is a peculiar place. The cost of living is one of the highest in America. It has no, real, major industry, and it is primarily known for things (e.g., shopping, beaches) that can be found elsewhere, often without the extra baggage that comes with being an Islander.
However, there is one, great thing about Long Island, its location. Here, you are at the nexus of many desirable places that are within a day or two’s reach. You can take a train to the city, you can head upstate, or you can shoot down to the Jersey shore/Philly. Continue reading Day Tripper
Growing up, I slowly had this process of realizing that all the things around me that people had told me were just the natural way things were, the way things always would be, they weren’t natural at all. They were things that could be changed, and they were things that, more importantly, were wrong and should change, and once I realized that, there was really no going back.