This Thursday, for the first time in my life, I won’t be eating Thanksgiving dinner with my family. It was a tough decision not to go home, as it’s one of my favorite holidays. But after taking into account sky-high airfares and a separate trip back to the Midwest for my brother’s wedding in a few weeks, it made sense to stay in New York this year. After the initial sadness of not being able to share the day with my extended family, however, I began to look for the ...
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