I have counted 34 things in my suitcase that I didn’t need.
You have this picture perfect idea of what life will be life when you leave home. But there is a lot more to it than that.
When I started getting serious about hiking, I needed to stock up on some gear. The only problem- it’s expensive.
I’ve never been one to take things slowly. My move to Auckland has been no different. I mean, no sense in wasting time.
Life as an expat is weird. Here are a few things I’ve learned about Auckland so far.
I had been in Auckland for all of 72 hours when we decided to take our first adventure. No sense in wasting any time.
This decision to move abroad was nearly a year in the making, and yet it felt extraordinarily surreal.
The anxiety has officially set in and it looks like 29 is the magic number. But my looming 30th birthday isn’t what I am referring to.
Bust. My first trip to the Las Vegas Strip will also most certainly be my last.
It’s no secret that my page has been quiet for nearly 2 months. Prepping for the move and making sure I’ve got my head on straight takes a lot of work. I’ve also been working hard on directing my life very intentionally and reevaluating what I allow into it.