10 Things You Should Know About NYC Single Women

NYC Girl

They are powerful, self-made, confident individuals who are not afraid to say what’s on their mind. Here are 10 things that you need to know about single women in New York.

They are highly independent. These women have high-powered jobs allowing them to make their own money to pay their own bills. All these can often send a signal that they don’t need you to take care of them because they are completely capable of taking care of themselves.

They come from everywhere. These women may live and breathe the NY subway system but you can almost hear that accent when she starts to speak. That’s because these women can come from different parts of the country or the globe yet they consider themselves as New Yorkers considering the amount of time that they have been living in the city.

They are aggressive. This aggressiveness can be displayed in the workplace and in certain situations as well. They are not going to hesitate at giving you a piece of their mind when you cross them.

They know the (pickup) lines. They pretty much heard it all. Just because your line worked with other women, it doesn’t necessarily mean that it will work on a single woman from New York.

Their bags have everything they need. It has their wallet, their phones, extra pair of shoes, phone charger, wet wipes, hand sanitizer, a small bag of make up, aspirin or band aids – pretty much everything that you can think of.

Clothing and jewelries means a lot. This not only allow them to express their personality in how they dress but with the number of people living in the city, it is their way of standing out from the rest.

They have more plastic surgery than you. It is quite common for women in NYC to have a fair bit of plastic surgery done to their faces and bodies. They therefore hare a larger bust then you, larger lips, and a larger behind all thanks to plastic surgery.

They can be total snobs. They have opinions on pretty much everything from restaurants to directions and most often, they are correct about it.

They are smarter than you are. They wouldn’t land in that high-power, high-paying job and live comfortably if they are not.

They can be judgmental. They can tell what your job is by what you are wearing. You also have to keep in mind that you will most likely be judged by a NY woman by the amount of tip you give.

They like money. Let’s face it. If you want to live well and live comfortably in the city, you have to have money.

Best Snacks While Travelling

Fresh fruit

While it may be a little challenging, bringing the right kind of food to snack on while on the road means that you don’t have to forego eating healthy and nutritious snacks in between meals. Plan on bringing snacks that are a good mix of protein and good fats. These will make you feel full longer and avoid all those simple sugar and carbohydrates that are the staples of convenience stores and gas stations where you might stop for a rest. Remember, before you start your travel, it is advisable to have well-balanced meal so that you’ll avoid those hunger attacks and make bad choices later while on the road.

Nuts and Dried Fruits

Nuts can provide that instant fix for the “munchies” that you may experience during your travel. Pistachios, peanuts, walnuts can be mixed with dried apricot or berries to make a simple trail mix that you can snack on. Seeds – sunflower or pumpkin – are good alternatives to nuts. These snacks provide a good combination of healthy fats and protein.

Fresh Fruits or Vegetables

Any small-sized cooler filled with ice is an essential travel buddy. Try putting some of your favorite hummus at the bottom of a round container with a lid. Then, slice up some carrots and stick them into the hummus. You now have a healthy snack complete with a savory dip. Slice some of your favorite fruits into bite-sized pieces, store them inside a food container with lid and just put these containers inside the cooler. You can use resealable baggies if you want to divide them into snack-sized portions.

Protein Bars

Soy-free, gluten-free are GMO-free protein bars are great snacks especially during long drives. Aside from providing proper nutrition, protein bars stretch the time between hunger pangs. Some protein bars are also great meal replacements. Just make sure that you are bringing protein bars with the right nutritional value, organic and tastes good to your palate.

Healthy Drinks

While traveling, especially if you’re flying, replenishing the fluids in your body is a must. Water and organic, 100% fruit juices are good sources of hydration. You can prepare them beforehand, put them into drinking bottles and store them in the cooler with your snacks. Avoid caffeinated drinks because caffeine adds to dehydration.