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15 Little Life Hacks

Now I live in New York, too

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I wanted to let you guys know that I’ve moved to New York.

This is really my fridge

I’m still keeping my apartment in San Francisco, but I’m spending most of my time in NYC.

When I was explaining this to a friend’s parents, they were totally confused. “You’re keeping BOTH apartments?” they asked, not understanding my ridiculous lifestyle at all. “Yeah,” I said, “I’ll be bi-coastal.” This made them look completely lost, so I told them, “That’s just a word that young, entitled people use these days.” That made them feel better. Ah, old people.

I moved to NYC to grow “I Will Teach You To Be Rich,” the brand, and to understand the very different culture here vs. Silicon Valley. I’ll be doing lots more TV, media, and other partnerships. In fact, starting this week, I’ll be a weekly contributor on ABC News Now (get your money question answered on the air).

I’ve always wanted to live in New York. But the main thing I realized was that if I didn’t actively DO IT — not think about it, not say “yeah, I should really do that…” — it would never happen. I’m 28. We all have a limited time to do the carefree things we want. It never gets easier than now.

And I’m keeping my SF apartment because I like it and I have a lot of friends there. To me, the ability to use money to live the lifestyle you want is EXACTLY what this site is about.

So look for lots of new developments from me. This is a new chapter with “I Will Teach You To Be Rich” and I’m thrilled to have such an amazing community along with me.

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  1. August 1st, so by December 1st, when you see snow on the ground, you’re back to SF?

    Just curious if you could share some insights on how you could grow your business through moving to NYC.

    Since you’re in NYC, perhaps now you can do a Canadian meet up (Niagara Falls is always fun).

    • Ha, yeah. The weather. If there’s one thing I hate, it is sweating…so the record heat has made me want to kill myself. But finally it’s getting bearable. I can’t even think about winter yet.

  2. Psshh. I always envision you wearing that toga anyway, not suits.

    Sounds awesome, Ramit. And I completely agree “the ability to use money to live the lifestyle you want is EXACTLY what this site is about.”

  3. HELL YES. Oh my goodness, this will be awesome for you and IWT.

    What part of town are you living in? Is there a Taco Bell nearby?

  4. Awesome! I lived in NY for 2 years and really loved it. You should try moving to Europe for a while though. THAT would be a big change. Ever thought about visiting Barcelona? 🙂

  5. Congratulations.

    One thing I like about this site and community of readers is that we’re all here to build a life/lifestyle that we want, and not feel guilty about it.

  6. Congrats Ramit! Can’t wait to see your perspective on living in NY and the steps you take to grow your business. Keep up the good work!

  7. Good for you, except now you have to find someone else to cook (and deliver) your food!

  8. Congrats on the move, and welcome to the East Coast! Keep us posted on plans for an NYC meetup, and especially be sure to let us know if you decide to extend that opportunity to points south (Philly especially, in my case)!

  9. Nice! New York City is an amazing city and I’m very much interested to get your take on the personal finance side of the city. I have a very good friend who lives there that I visit him about once per year (was just there a week ago). I feel that there’s a very interesting culture there around money. It’s an insanely expensive city to live in (SF is not much better…so not sure how much of a difference you’ll notice) and people like to go out so it’s hard to focus on the personal finance side. I’ve sort of been exposed to this work hard, party hard culture there…and that’s not just with 20 somethings. I’m 32 and I notice this with most people I run into and talk to there. Looking forward to here about your experiences and take on all of that….and maybe to share the other side that I’m sure exists somewhere in NYC.

    Oh…and your fridge looks exactly like my friend’s fridge – water, some leftovers, maybe a bottle of vodka in the freezer…yup, that’s about it!

  10. Hmm…Taco Bell within 3 blocks…..

    14th street around Union Square? You seem like you would dig that neighborhood.