More of a three year lookback than a monthly lookback but I felt like it’s what I needed to share this month. I’m nearing the end of the series but I can promise you more of a cozy lighthearted lookback for the final one in December. I hope my story is encouraging to some of you out there!
It’s been a busy one but we’re getting closer to school, closer to adulting in any kind of organized way, and while it may not be flashy it sure feels good to get this stuff done.
I’ve found my new addiction, or maybe I’m just now admitting to a very old one, but I’m in love with my new babies and not I’m afraid to show it.
It’s finally cool in Texas again and I’m celebrating this cooler season with people I align with both spiritually and in love and community.
I’ve wanted to work in the arts for so long, but what does that even mean? Is it possible, and if it were would I even enjoy it? Where do artists stand realistically in this world of leases and student loans? Christi and I definitely don’t know, but we give it our best shot!
New partners, new jobs, new coven, new friends. What do I do with a raise, new friends, spiritual support, cuties hitting me up?… Too much love! Help!
Don’t you ever just want to take it all off? Feel the summer sun on your skin? Well so do I! Better yet I do it, and I’ve been enjoying the summer without a shirt as often as I can this month, letting the sun bathe me and the waves take me on a trip.
How do people adult? Between mental health and eating right, medical appointments, taxes, politics, insurance, jobs, relationships and bills… Well I found one practice that works and even though I never saw myself as the bullet journal type, I can’t ignore results when I see them.
You tell me. Do I still count? This doesn’t take up as much of my time as it used to…but I still really liked End Game.