Things I’ve Learned about Music City: Part 2

I’ve officially been in Nashville for 15 days. Yes 15 days and you wouldn’t believe the things I’ve observed and heard from people who have lived here for years and years and years. But if you read my blog, I’ve made a part one already about this, now I’m making a part 2… and probably 3 and 4.

It’s a small world: It is amazing, how many people know each other in this town. Which makes it easy to make friends and network. Thank goodness! But with that being said, remember how your mother always told you to never burn your bridges. Well that applies to Nashville, if you are going to be a jerk to people, don’t bother coming out of your room.

Weather: I’ve found out that Nashville is in a big bowl, literally. Which is why Nashville is known for their flash floods. And it’s also the worst place when it comes to having allergies. Thank god I don’t! But overall, it’s beautiful here!

If you’re bored, go out: I can’t believe how much stuff there is to do in this town. And it’s free! There’s always something to do, something to see, something to hear.

Glitz and Glam: I know I’m only eight hours away from home, but I can’t believe how much of difference there is in the way people dress. If you go out, they go out. Not so much guys, but the girls get dolled up. Not saying girls in the midwest don’t, I know people in Chi Town and Minneapolis do, but not Milwaukee. But I guess you never know who you are going to meet, so look your best!

People love to talk: Whether you are in the music industry or not, people will talk to you. They love giving advice and they like to hear your story. Which I guess goes to show why it’s the largest “small town” and has a friendly community.

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