I am originally from Las Vegas, Nevada but I moved to New York to pursue my undergraduate degree in Politics at The New School. I’m currently working at this brand called COS doing a cross between visual merchandising and sales. However, I’m also working an internship with the New York city government that I’m hoping will lead me to a full-time position where I can utilize my degree more. My interests vary vastly, so what I do for fun can range from bar hopping through the night to museum outings to simply staying home and catching up on all the latest binge-worthy shows and movies. The most consistent way I have fun is by trying new foods at different restaurants, I would definitely consider myself a foodie. I love to hit the gym as often as I can and I’ve been trying to get better at learning to cook, even if it’s simple foods! I don’t have any pets with me here, but I have 2 dogs at home that I miss dearly.
My roommateperk is that I’m never home and I’m clean. I’m taking a break from school for a little but I also have my schedule jammed packed with things. I work full-time, enjoy going to the gym, and like seeing my friends which means I’m usually out of the apartment for at least 10 hours a day, if not more. I really only come home to eat, sleep, and get ready to do it all over again. For me, I can’t relax unless my space is clean. Because I’m so busy, keeping my home space as a place of relaxation is very important to me as it’s the only place I can rest. Thus, I’m always cleaning up after myself as I go to avoid having to clean up one big mess later.
My ideal roommate is a female who is clean, respectful, and communicative. As I need cleanliness in order to feel relaxed at home, having a roommate who is also clean is very important to me. Being open to communication is very important as well because I want to make the home space as comfortable as possible and if there are problems/issues between people that go unresolved it can create a hostile environment that is uncomfortable for all involved. Being communicative allows for problems to be acknowledged and hopefully addressed.