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.
But moving to the suburbs isn’t as bad as it seems. Just ask Tracy Beckerman.READ MORE: 2-Year-Old Shot In The Head In Newark
Her book, ‘Lost in Suburbia,’ is what she calls a “momoir” about moving to the ‘burbs.READ MORE: De Blasio Says Solution To Spike In Gun Violence Is Courts, Economy And COVID Recovery; Security Expert Throws 'The BS Flag' On That
“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: Road To Reopening: Newark Public Schools Welcome Students Back For In-Person Classes
In the book , she speaks of her struggles and her adjustment to the new life.