TAG: Where in the world are you? USA / NY / NYC / Midtown East

What is the “Where in the World Are You Tag?”

Where in the world is the author of that great blog?  Hopefully, this tag will help answer that question and provide some background info about the locales behind the blogs we love.


My blog “ThisIsMyTruthNow” can be reached here. And I live in Midtown East / NYC / USA. See below for two pictures of the area in the city.







You are ALL nominated.  The best part is that it is super quick and easy.

The goal is to get as many blogs involved as possible.  Using the hashtag #WhereIntheWorldAreYou? will make it easy to find new blogs from interesting places.


The rules are simple

1. Share your location being as specific as you like.  Just a country is fine.

2. If you wish, give a little info on your locality.  Photos are a plus!

3. If you have a post about where you live, feel free to share the link.

4. Add the hashtag #WhereIntheWorldAreYou?

5. Post the tag to your blog replacing the country name after the title with yours.

That’s it.  Only one question to answer and an optional essay.  Just replace the info in your predecessor’s post with your own and set it free.


Where did I see this tag?

From mainepaperpusher from Cornville.  Cornville is a tiny town in central Maine which is at the tippy top right corner of the United States, near Canada.
Cornville is a very rural town with no stores, restaurants or even a post office.  The population is about 1200, and there is no center of town at all.  Basically, if you blink you’ll drive right through it without even knowing it.  You might do that even if you don’t blink! If you want to know more about Cornville and see some photos, feel free to visit my guest post on Mohamad Al Karbi’s excellent blog here:  The Town at the End of the Universe. Thanks to all for participating!  ~mainepaperpusher  Everyone Else Has the Best Titles


About Me

I’m Jay and I live in NYC. By profession, I work in technology. By passion, I work in writing. Once you hit my site “ThisIsMyTruthNow” at https://thisismytruthnow.com, you can join the fun and see my blog and various site content. You’ll find book reviews, published and in-progress fiction, TV/Film reviews, favorite vacation spots and my own version of the “365 Daily Challenge.” Since March 13, 2017, I’ve posted a characteristic either I currently embody or one I’d like to embody in the future. 365 days of reflection to discover who I am and what I want out of life… see how you compare! Each month, I will post a summary of a trip I’ve taken somewhere in the world. I’ll cover the transportation, hotel, restaurants, activities, who, what, when, where and why… and let you decide for yourself if it’s a trip worth taking. Feel free to like, rate, comment or take the poll for each post. Tell me what you think. Note: All content is my original creation and copyrighted to me, but the graphics and images were linked from other sites and belong to them. Many thanks to their original creators.



  1. You are so lucky to live where you live. I had to learn how to make homemade bagels because the bagels out here are bleck!! I would kill for a NY bagel or a Sabrett hot dog!! Or a slice of Rays pizza…….uuggghhhh!!! I better stop or I will be crying in no time…….pastry from Ferraros……a friggin Canoli…….

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    • I am lucky… but… I will send you any of those foods you’d like…. something’s gotta survive the trip, right? i am desperate for a good Chicago style pizza and haven’t found anywhere else but Chicago or SF to get it. Not even in NYC. mmm italian pastires… now i’m hungry!

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