Becoming A Local

August 23, 2008 at 11:26 pm 1 comment

You know you’re becoming a local when:

  • You become a yelper.  I’ve found the site to be extremely helpful, when i’ve been looking for a place to eat in a city that i don’t know much about.  I’ve also then written reviews to help others out there. 
  • Other people ask you for directions.  If they’re asking you for directions it’s because it looks like you know where you’re going and what you’re doing.
  • You know where to get the freshest food.  In omaha, this means the farmer’s market in the old market on saturday mornings.  Fresh produce, pastries, meats, and flowers.

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  • 1. drcorner  |  September 1, 2008 at 8:02 am

    It seems like we have the same attitude with new places: we don’t want to be new in them for long. I try to learn my new environment as fast as I can (it usually doesn’t take long). This includes transportation, best locale for bites, and other tidbits that will make the new surrounding easier and more efficient for me to navigate.

    the faster you make it familiar the faster it feels like a new home. but of course, nothing compares to the original.

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