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The Hungry Goat

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As Arizonans, we all have a healthy respect/jealousy/craving for New York City.

So if we find a blog by a former Phoenician who moved to NYC to become a writer. Well, we're gonna take a peek.

Kaitlynn Grimmer is a graduate from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and has moved on to work for FemNavNY, a smartphone consumer resource.

We're not really interested in her day job. But we totally dig her blog called The Hungry Goat that's filled with cute fashion musings, funny posts about her Hollywood crushes, photos of NYC happenings and little gems about her personal life.

Her blog's tagline reads, "I went to college and all I got was this lousy job market." Clever girl.

And, yes, she loves goats. Gotta love the quirk.

Check it out at hungrygoat.blogspot.com.

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