This episode is about a fabulous Ethiopian restaurant I discovered in Cleveland, my new (old) Harris Tweed and the joys and challenges of furnishing my new apartment.
In October of 2016, I moved to Downtown Cleveland. As a native Clevelander who lived in New York City for nearly 25 years, I’m experiencing my hometown through a unique lens. In the interest of looking good and living well without being rich, a city like Cleveland is very cost-effective and full of possibilities (and pitfalls). With this section of the blog, I’m exploring both the good and the bad with relocating to an affordable but challenged midwest city after decades in a booming metropolis.