Yin and yang.
My life on both coasts.
I tend to hibernate in Los Angeles.
My home is my personal oasis.
Space is not a scarce commodity.
I can roam and stretch out.
In NYC, I am forever on the go, constantly stimulated and juggling a plethora of options.
In LA, I embrace the outdoors, creating in the kitchen, easily sourcing fresh produce without having to venture to the Union Square Greenmarket.
I am always searching for cultural options…few exist.
I feel like Thoreau in California.
I have found my island and practice a premeditated policy of isolationism.
My favorite thing is to hang by the water, a constant calming source.
But, of course, water takes on a completely different complexion in New York City…7 floods over eight years from the upstairs middle-aged Oxycotin addict, amounting to $165,000 in water damage and a 2 month exodus from my home to a neighboring hotel.
Yin and Yang.