NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Trading in your Metro Card for a minivan can be tough — especially if you’re used to living in the city that never sleeps.READ MORE: Roads Flood, Rivers Overflow As Nor'easter Dumps Heavy Rain On New Jersey
But moving to the suburbs isn’t as bad as it seems. Just ask Tracy Beckerman.
Her book, ‘Lost in Suburbia,’ is what she calls a “momoir” about moving to the ‘burbs.READ MORE: David Gilbert, Man Convicted In Deadly 1981 Bank Heist In Rockland County, Granted Parole
“It’s been an interesting transition, it’s fine, I think I’m still a little bit lost in suburbia,” she said. “I definitely had a little bit of trouble getting used to things when I first got there.”
“It’s a big change, it was going from a big job to just being a home mom and going from the city and all the excitement of the city to being in the suburbs where you get chased by woodchucks,” she said.MORE NEWS: New Jersey Fencing Coach Accused Of Sexually Assaulting 2 Teenagers
In the book , she speaks of her struggles and her adjustment to the new life.