Parking Is A Bitch

Moving Bud and Roach Show to Purfek Storm Group HQ was a major milestone, but it didn’t soften any of the challenges I was already facing. The “eat what you kill” mentality of the industry was intimidating, and I found myself struggling to make ends meet in the pricey city of New York. One day, I decided to approach Storm about my living situation. I knew that if I wanted to succeed in this industry, I needed to have a stable base to work from. To my surprise, Storm offered to help me out. Through a partner, he was able to secure me a small apartment in Harlem. The apartment was far from perfect, but it was a step up from couch surfing. Brenna moved back in with me, and while things between us were still turbulent, it was a step in the right direction. We were able to have our own space and work on our relationship in a healthier way. The apartment was daunting at first, and it took us hours to find parking in that part of Harlem. But we eventually settled in, and I resumed my daily routine of visiting the deli and drinking at least one six-pack of beer after every shift. I knew that my drinking was a problem, but I couldn’t seem to break the cycle. I was still struggling mentally, and I couldn’t figure out what was holding me back from being a star.

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