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October 12th, 2006

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  1. Kerby Moore says

    Yo Amy,

    Sorry I missed you in NYC. Hope your trip to Italia was wonderful! I’m sure you had fun.

    I had an absolute blast in NYC. I was my own tour guide. Needless to say, I ate too much. But I think I walked it off. : )

    Best wishes!

    November 10th, 2006 | #

  2. M Goodrich says

    Amy,

    I wish I knew how to get in touch with an old pal. I’ll be flying into Newark on 9 Dec and departing on 15 Dec (in NJ for a conference). I am planning on a day in NYC on 10 Dec. Let me know if you are around the area. Take care and God Bless, Matt Goodrich HSC89

    December 4th, 2006 | #

  3. Debora says

    Hi Amy! How are you? We’re fine.
    We wish you a Merry Christmas and hope to see you soon…
    Roberto says: …in the night… and that Luca is everyday under his control, so don’t worry.
    The book translation is going on.
    Many kisses.
    Debora e Roberto.

    December 24th, 2006 | #

  4. Peter says

    Hey Amy

    Pleasure meeting you last night at Fredricks, sorry if I talked your ear off. This is such a wonderful idea.

    Cheers,

    Peter (Black guy with Glasses)

    April 21st, 2007 | #

  5. Paul Serena Ryan 1983 says

    Amy,

    I am the closet Ryanite liveing near you only 20 miles away in Caldwell NJ where they film the Sopranos. E-mail me sometime as l am NYC quite often as my job requires it.

    Ciao

    April 30th, 2007 | #

  6. Paul Serena Ryan 1983 says

    Email me back I live only 20 miles away in NJ. No I’m not a stalker–got a wife and two kids–I am the closest Ryranite living near you

    April 30th, 2007 | #

  7. Gina says

    Hi Amy,

    It was nice working with you today at “The Morning Show.” Thanks for telling me about your Book and Website. It’s Great that you are doing so well and sharing your Wisdom with others.

    Keep Up The Good Work!
    Gina

    May 10th, 2007 | #

  8. Janet Arneau says

    Amy your success is outstanding. I am very impressed with your book. I wish you lot’s more success.

    Janet

    August 7th, 2007 | #

  9. MICHAEL says

    Hi Amy , I was seeing your Web and really this interesting good your book, I would like to know if you have some personal mail for write you and ask about your book .

    kiss
    Michael Borge

    August 7th, 2007 | #

  10. David says

    Thanks for linking to http://www.wordofmouse.com. Our goal is to create a trusted guide to the best of NYC, and we appreciate your help spreading the word (literally & figuratively). Please email me with any suggestions. Thanks!
    -david@wordofmouse.com

    August 17th, 2007 | #

  11. Chuck says

    Amy: It was nice meeting you this evening. Thanks for sharing this website with me.

    December 2nd, 2007 | #

  12. Christina says

    I read your book and it is awesome. My only question, which was not in the book, is how do I handle the IRS if I get a lot of oddjobs??

    July 25th, 2008 | #

  13. Julie says

    Hey Amy,

    It was great working with you on the Oreo Event the other day. Your website is great. I will forward it on to my friends who are about to move to the city. I think it will be very helpful. Sorry I had to run the other day. I hope to see you again sometime.

    August 25th, 2008 | #

  14. christiane says

    Hi Amy,i heard about you through the Sisters of Life and i read your book.It was very rich with lots of information to help finding a job.I and my boyfriend we are going through very difficult financial situations right now.Considering the fact that we both are illegal here.I was just wondering if you could give me some sites where i could find jobs that pay under the table.Thanks

    February 16th, 2010 | #

  15. Resource Girl says

    Hi,
    You can go on http://www.craigslist.org and there are many jobs for babysitting, dogwalking, personal assisting, if you speak another language you can teach that to kids, if you have a special skill you can offer that, many people need help with moving, they need packers and they need people to go grocery shopping, if you cook there are many older people who need help with cooking and paying their bills. Craig’s list is great for that, and usually people pay you in cash the day of.
    Hope that is helpful! Also when you aren’t doing anything, volunteer your time as you will always meet people and doors can open for you.

    February 20th, 2010 | #

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