Two weeks, seven cities and many articles later, it’s safe to say that having fun is all about how you approach it. Almost any aspect of city life can be enjoyable with the right mindset. Some things are inherently negative (missing your train to work is never a good thing), but the vast majority of situations we face on a daily basis can go either way. As I’ve learned working in the service industry, anything is possible when you go in with the right attitude. Maybe you show a kind face to the falafel guy and get extra sauce. Maybe you keep an open mind at a party full of new people and meet someone great. It’s up to you how much fun you get out of life. I’ll be putting this idea to the test when Katie and I get married in a couple weeks. I’ve been less than enthusiastic about the planning — too much hype for a level of commitment we’ve felt for years — but lately I’ve been taking a new approach. We’re only doing it once, so I might as well make the most of it. It’s the best chance I’ll ever get to have fun with all of our family and friends under one roof — plus, the ring will be pretty neat. My only regret is that we’ll be taking a short hiatus from Realcity, but it’ll be nice to step back from the city for a minute so we can appreciate it even more. When we return next month with The Neighborhood Issue in all its glory, I’m confident that the wait will have been worthwhile. Until then, I hope you find all kinds of fun in new and exciting places around these great cities we call home.