Hi everyone. It has been a while! I've been going crazy trying to get my life together and I think I'm finally on track! I recently received a job in New York and I will be moving in a few weeks. This summer has been such a roller coaster ride with a whirlwind of events.
I couldn't thank all of you enough for continuing to support me and being patient with me in my inconsistency of posting. Now that it's time for my new journey, I think it's time for me to do the same in the blogging world. I am making the announcement that I want to start fresh and create a new blog with a new name. It will be under construction for the next month or so, and I will definitely let you know when and where it is moving! I will be sharing my experiences, inspiration, and insights, and I cannot wait for you all to join me!
I am a small town girl moving to a big city, but I'm not letting it intimidate me. My parents have always encouraged me to see the world, not to keep myself confined in the same place, and not to limit myself and my ability. I already got a taste of the big city last summer during my internship, and now I can seize the opportunity and make the most of it. I saw a really great quote not too long ago under the "discussions" tab on Pinterest that read "The beginning is at the end of your comfort zone." This is very true, and very much what I am doing. I have had the privilege to travel, experience, and see new things. It is so inspiring and eye-opening to see the world outside of your comfort zone. It broadens your mind and keeps you open to new exciting things that the world has to offer. At the same time, I still know where my roots are, and will always be that "small town" girl. The only difference is that she'll be in a bigger place. I've learned through this that we shouldn't push the world away from us, but welcome it. After all, it is what our Creator has given to us. It is a gift. There is a plan for me that I can only see unfold in the present, and all I know to do is faithfully follow it and have the patience that great things will follow.
I hope you all have a lovely weekend. Next time I'll be posting from my not yet found apartment in New York City!