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A Year After Good Girl

A year ago I thought I was at the end of a process.  The road to Good Girl had been full of obstacles to overcome and cliffs to jump from, but I had done it, and it felt fantastic.   722 more words

Introspection

Taking Back What's Mine

Books have become one of my closest companions as I continue on this solo travel venture around the world. They take me to far off places, give me insight into things I once could have never fathomed, and encourage me to expand my mind, my heart, my soul in the direction of my dreams. 1,544 more words

One Year Later

Soul Recognition 

We, as human beings, have this extraordinary ability to be both rooted and flowing at the same time. On this journey of life, we are gifted all the happenings we require to allow us to experience the high highs, low lows and everything in between. 1,667 more words

One Year Later

What a year it has been.

This morning, Miguel and I went for a leisurely breakfast together around the corner from our apartment. A year ago at the same time I, with my trusty ladies in tow, was hustling around Vancouver picking up orchids from my office, a wedding cake from The Uncommon Cake, and a sound system from Long & McQuade in order to deliver them all to Tuc Craft Kitchen in Gastown. 2,358 more words

Adventure

One Year Later...

Hi Friends!!

So I realized the other day that it’s been about a year since my first post!  I’m coming up again on the Trick-or-Trot 5k with the Orioles, which was my first fitness post! 467 more words

Fitness

One Year Later-Some Thoughts

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Now that I’ve been working on learning to code for a year (and I’m headed to my first full-time job!), here are some thoughts: 253 more words

DIY Development

the mark of time.

i tend to mark time by certain events and sometimes very specific life details. it doesn’t have to be a monumental occasion but there has to be something memorable that can lead me back to the time i’m mentally searching for; to figure out the where and when of a situation. 556 more words