On the Coming to New York City Podcast, Nils and Katie Smith share what it was like to movie their family of 4 from Texas to New York City. They share why they decided to make the move, how they decided which borough to live in, how they found an apartment and everything else that goes into making a cross-country move. And now that they’ve lived in NYC for 5 years, they’re also sharing tips and tricks they’ve learned along the way to make your visit or move to New York City even better. Show tickets, restaurants, transportation, hotels . . . whatever question you have about New York City, they’ve probably got an episode to answer it. To learn more about Coming to New York visit http://comingtonewyorkcity.com.
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As a family, we’re always trying new things and this year it’s a new approach to education. We have loved having our girls in the NYC public school system but our desire for a flexible schedule to travel and explore the city has led us to a new schoo... more
In this episode, we delve into the pivotal moments that ignited Katie's desire for change, the career that almost was and how this podcast inspired a new path. more
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What a gem of a podcast ! Learning so much about NYC not being from there and looking forward to visiting someday.
I’m a ceo of a fairly new startup with plans to expand to NYC-we’re currently in DC. In tow are my wife and 2 daughters and while we have visited and enjoyed NYC, it has always felt overwhelming to us. This podcast is making NYC feel much more doable. On the podcast I have enjoyed the balance between the exciting side and the reality side of NYC: it is doable and can be exciting; but like anything else we do in life, life in NYC is work, trial and error, etc. I found that comforting and just pla... more
Ever since my first day trip to NYC when I was about 11, I’ve absolutely loved NYC life. Back then I swore I’d live there when “I grew up”. Well I don’t and I am more of a mountains kinda girl but still think about it sometimes. I’ve always been so curious about how everyday life in NYC is, since living in a city at all is kind of foreign to me. more
In preparation for a trip with my daughters, I listened to just about every episode of this podcast, from beginning to the newest release. As a mom, traveler and ultra planner, I found a ton of insightful and helpful information to make the most out of our upcoming trip. I love the city and found the podcast fed my curiosity about every day life for a family living in New York.
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Coming to New York City Podcast launched 5 years ago and published 100 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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