Leaving New York City

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  1. Gotta respect that she even said skip the vlog of you came because of the title. Other youtubers just make you watch blogs that have nothing to do with the title

  2. YOU SHOULD TELL US AND WRITE ALL OVER THE NAME OF THE APARTMENT COMPLEX YOU LIVE SO PEOPLE ARE AWARE OF THIS TRASH! MICES GIVE DESEASES AND YOUR LANDLORD SHOULD TAKE CARE OF THIS FOR ALL OF YOU TENANTNS THERE! sara you should get your neighboors all together and open a class suit against the landlord… as we could see from your previous video they were giving you a bad time and not giving you back the deposit???

  3. thank you Sara! your videos are always a positive point of the day! did you shoot the time lapse at the beginning with the rx100 v? Ive been looking into getting one and wasn’t sure of its capabilities when it comes to filming time lapses. Thanks!

  4. Sara, hope you see this! I may be able to help you with your “mice problem.” Like you, I live in NYC, had the same problem. So… do you have a gas stove? If you do, most likely, the mice are coming in behind the stove, through the gap, which can be quite wide, between the gas line coming out of the wall, into the stove, and the hole in the wall through which the line passes.

    What you need to do is, either yourself or call the super, is move the stove temporarily away from the wall and spray some insulating foam into the gap. Once it hardens, mice will not be able to come through. You will still need to set traps and poison to kill any mice that got through before you seal the gap, but as long as new mice can’t come in, it should be only a matter of time until your apartment is mouse-free. You might want to tell the people in the apartment on the other side of the wall, too.

    I had the super do it, but if you want to do it yourself, here is a link to a Home Depot Web page with some spray insulating foam and a helpful video. And when you go to Home Depot, I’m sure there are other brands and someone who can help you get just the right product.

    Hope this helps!


  5. i just wanted to say that a lot of people come home every day and it doesnt feel like it. i think its just about the bonds we make – with memories we associate to places, work colleagues, friends and family.

  6. Sara, have you ever considered moving to Los Angeles. Your boyfriend’s from CA, unless I’m mistaken. Los Angeles weather is 80 degrees year round. I’m an LA native of over 30 years. Los Angeles and San Diego have the safest, mildest climate in the world. Zero moisture problems. No damp basements. No mold. No widespread mice infestation. No hurricanes. Earthquakes are way overrated, and the only one I ever felt in 30 years was the Northridge quake which was isolated to a local area in Northridge, but LA sustained zero damage. There are just as many “movers and shakers” in LA if that’s your scene. You’ll also notice the people who love NY are mostly millenials. Everyone who was in NY during the 70s, 80s, 90s have all moved to LA for a reason. Listen to the Bret Easton Ellis podcast with Moby. They explain why they moved to LA – it’s the “IT” spot right now. Lastly, I really think you have more of an LA personality (bright, sunny, laidback) than NY (freezing and territorial).

  7. I would of got the land lord and have an exterminator that day! That must be screwed to have to live like that and calif and Long Beach is fun not like LA fun but still nice!👍👍🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹

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