Tag Archives: change

30 Things I thought I’d do by 30 (and 30 I actually have)

I’ve been going back and forth over the past few months on whether or not I’m bothered by turning 30. Some people view it as a big deal, others couldn’t care less. It’s hard not to compare myself to the … Continue reading

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The end of March and the beginning of thunderstorms

It’s that time of year again, dear readers. Spring has mostly arrived, signaled by my least favorite day of the year(April 1). I know Indiana has a habit of returning to Winter even on the warmest of Spring days, but … Continue reading

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January explanations

New Years usually calls for resolutions and newly announced goals. Since I haven’t posted anything in almost four months, I think I should probably explain what’s been going on. Last year I talked about making big changes in my life. … Continue reading

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The seasons are changing (and so must I)

I have lived my whole life in Indiana. I’m used to the Indiana way, how people drive and live. So moving halfway across the country has been sort of strange for me. The first thing I learned is that everyone … Continue reading

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August is here

August is here, wether I want it or not We’ve long since past the halfway mark, what have we to show for it? On this side of the state, things aren’t quite right Cats are being cats, friends are being … Continue reading

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The art of letting go

I’ve been doing spring cleaning since the first glimmer of warmth appeared in March. I started early because of my planned move in June. I’m going to be moving into a much smaller place, and I really don’t want to … Continue reading

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The state of things

The state of things today, right now, is not good. It’s not bad, but it’s not good. It could definitely be worse, but that’s not the point. The point is, how are things different? How are things better than this … Continue reading

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