Welcome to Part A of the A to Z of the New York Series. I am hoping that you are moving to NYC or America from your country and have questions in mind like I did. If you are from India then namaste ji.

There are so many things to do in NYC and so many places to see. If that is something you are interested in then there are many blogs on that topic already and my friend, check those bloggers out. My suggestion – go for some new things instead of taking a ferry to the Statue of liberty. These are my observations of my one year in NYC. 

Okay so here we go with my Number A and I said it in the title – no bidet shower or commode shower or jet spray in commode. This was a huge adjustment for me so much so that I was terrified of how I would manage myself when I would finally move, still is at times. Chances are, if you are born in a country where there are bidet showers then this is going to be huge for you as well. 

Honestly, I tried many hacks during my first few months and no, I am NOT going to say what they were. I also did a lot of research on how others who move here manage and found out that people find their hacks but no one tells what these are. Because what takes place is bathroom stays in bathroom. Anyhow, hacks will only work at home and you can’t always stay at home. You will go to a park, movies, eating out and OFFICE so my suggestion is to come prepared for this change in your life and just get comfortable with it. Period. 

(for my ladies, yes periods a.k.a menstruations are a big challenge. But you know what a lot of cleaning wipes, multiple showers and you get a hang of it. I promise) 

By the way, I am also observing a trend of people installing these jet spray or showers when they are making their own houses so my fingers are crossed.

Photo by Caroline Hernandez on Unsplash

Here you go folks, my number one thing that I observed in America and learned was a big hot seat.  Stay tuned for the next one, that is cute.

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