Good or Bad Life Habits? Vote Now.

Posted by admin on Thursday, October 21, 2010

Ever wake up and have to seriously question the moral fiber of your soul? You ask your self, "What the hell am I  doing with my life?" Don't feel so bad about yourself. I promise I'm worse. I like to give you guys small glimpses to my work-a-holic rock star life. A lot of this can be summed up with pictures of my desk at work.


Crunk is new to the market. It's an energy pixie stick. No lie. Yes, I do tend to "get crunk" in the office from time to time, especially because a lot of my job includes late nights downtown covering parties, shows and openings. Hardest job ever, I know. Luckily, NOHO keeps me hungover free each morning when I drag myself back into the office.

Cast your vote? Am I successful, well balanced rock star or a struggling alcoholic enabled by pretty euphemisms and well crafted excuses?


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