If you are anything like me, January is a hard month. It is the first month of a new year and right after two long months filled with some much holiday spirit. First you have November where you are preparing for Thanksgiving and then there is December gearing up to Christmas and New Years. Then finally you come to January, and it all comes to a crashing halt. You are expected to then go back to work with not another company wide day off until Memorial Day. You start your New Years Resolutions which sometimes means a complete change in your normal daily routine. All those cheery Holiday decorations are taken down and you are brought back to reality. With all of these sudden changes you are left with what I like to call a holiday hangover.
This past year has been filled with so many wonderful adventures. As I think back I am especially proud of the steps I took to being healthier, not only in body but also in mind. Continue reading Goodbye 2017, Hello 2018
This week I closed the door (literally) to my first apartment and living alone. As I drove home to my new place I really began to reflect back on my little 500 sq. foot apartment and what living on my own has really taught me.