Things I Learned The Month I Found A New Home
Having a bed and a closet to put your clothes in is luxury I previously took for granted.
Things have a funny way of working out. I definitely make the decisions, but the universe still nudges me around.
Gaining weight is not the end of the world when trying to maintain a weight loss. But when you’ve been maintaining for so long, trying to lose again sucks.
There is a very real possibility that this healthy living blog will exclusively turn into a waffle blog.
I spent years being sleep deprived when an eye mask was all I needed. I now sleep close to 9 hours a night in utter darkness.
There is such a thing as too much bacon.
I shouldn’t feel pressure to blog every single day, nor should I. In order to blog about my life, I have to live it :)
I am a nerd of epic proportions, proved by squealing with delight at Harry Potter props with 13-year-olds.
This country girl may have a bit of a city girl in her.
It’s possible to wake up one day and be living the life you always wanted.
Marshmallow fluff makes the world go round.
Kensington Market eludes me.
Getting paid to meet wonderful people and put them through workouts is amazing.
I have a lot more drive and energy than I ever gave myself credit for.
It’s really important to actively stay in touch with people. Old friends, new friends, relatives. Don’t always count on others to make the connection.
Pitas make the best easy pizza crust. No, really.
I’m finally in a place where I can go out to bars with people, stay sober, and still have tons of fun. It’s taken a long time to get here.
No matter where I am or what I’m doing, I can always find a sense of comfort.
Going to bed last night, I looked up and spotted the moon through my skylight. I spent a long time looking at it, just as I did as a little girl while sitting on my bedroom window seat. I think it would be so easy for me to feel an overwhelming sense of drowning in this big new city. But my heart is so full, my eyes so wide, and my mind so peaceful. Following my gut was the best thing I ever did.
Question of the Day: What did you learn in July?