I’m sitting in the clubhouse at my new apartment in Greenville. Instead of thinking about the emotional stress I’m about to endure when we officially move, I’m focusing on finding a job, my new life with my husband, hanging out with our friends who live here and making memories. If I were to think about… Continue reading Making A Change In Your Life Isn’t Always A Bad Thing
I was contacted by someone back in April regarding a documentary called "My Millennial Life." It couldn't believe my ears when I was told I was chosen to be featured because well, I didn't think I was that important. But, apparently, my story was something else. I'd spent countless dozens commuting to New York for… Continue reading Most People Haven’t a Clue That I Starred in a Documentary Called ‘My Millennial Life’
Just because you relocate doesn't mean your problems dissolve. In the beginning, you're on cloud nine because you feel as if it's a new start and you expect things to be different. You might be searching for yourself and wish to find it in another state, but that might not always be the case. You… Continue reading What I’ve Learned So Far Moving to Another State
Let's say you went away to college or took a job in another state, but didn't want to leave family and friends behind. First off, don't allow your emotions or fear of moving get in the way. You must take a chance and embrace this opportunity. Who knows, something such as this may not come… Continue reading 4 Ways To Meet New People When You Move Away
Whenever you’re a newbie in town, it’s difficult to find local events because well, you haven’t a clue as to where anything is or which spots are best to meet people. But, after my first post was published, I had several locals message me on Facebook welcoming me to the town, which I thought was extremely nice. Anywho,… Continue reading First Night On The Town
So, it's 2015, have you started your diet back up? Or, are you on a fad diet? Regardless of where you are with your diet plans, take some time to read my article from Her Campus Temple (March 2012.) The "D" Word Every New Year's you hear that D-word coming out of everyone's mouth. They… Continue reading The “D” word
Christmas Day. The clock strikes 6:30, the time he gets off work. We have Christmas plans. He will go home & shower then head over so him, the family & I can explore & gaze at Christmas lights around the area. 7:54 p.m. hits & here he is with a white & red bag. We… Continue reading I just can’t wait to start the New Year with him!