Here’s what I’ll miss the most:
I grew up in San Jose and was living in Fremont the past 2 years. I will always love the Bay (and there are plenty of reasons I’ll miss it, too), but I’m also very ready to leave. It was a good run, but here’s why I’m not looking to return:
LOL who am I? Please ignore that sentence and read on. I promise the cheese stops there.
SO. There have been some pretty big, like WHOA life changes as of late, and I really wanted to address that before publishing the other posts I have waiting in my blogging queue! So here’s what’s up:
I quit my job, and am traveling through Europe for the next few months. How’s that for a big, giant cliche?
Do y’all keep a travel journal? Or any kind of journal?
I’m definitely a journal person. Like, DEFINITELY a journal person. I’ve been keeping them since I was 6 years old…
My first entry was just one sentence about going to the “beatch”. I was so excited I even put an exclamation mark at the end of it, complete with a very enthusiastic heart.
That was pretty much the peak of my journaling journey.
I really really enjoy it (for the most part). But – before I get into what it’s like in the next article, here’s some background info to ~set the scene~
Because we all know that with Instagram and all those other social media platforms that are full of lies, it can be kinda disheartening sometimes.
It’s that time of year when the cacti start bloomin’ – a lot of them probably have already! As an avid cacti/succulent lover myself (how original) I thought I’d put together a quick guide of the ones I saw (and loved!) when I was living in Arizona during this time 2 years ago (ahhhh why does time go by so fast…).
This is the best time of year to visit the desert, in my opinion, because it’s not toooo hot yet and of course, CACTUS BLOOMS! (Also I am not perfect and don’t know everything specifically, but I’m doing my best :))
[The perfect beach in Ireland; Coumeenole Beach]
Because as much as I love fall, I also have a weird obsession with summer. And so, what do you do when you have a weird obsession with something? You make a list! A fucking bucket list, at that. Feel free to take my bucket list and use it for your own! I won’t be mad, I promise. I’ll also let you steal my Fall Bucket List!
UGH. I’m sure a lot of people have this problem, but especially for me, I feel it hard.
The overanalyzing that goes on in my life and the indecision is so damn real.
Too damn real, because it’s taking over my life. Not literally, but damn – I don’t usually overanalyze TOO much, but lately I’ve been in this super weird phase where I’m just THINKING about everyone and everything. I mean, as an INFP I’m always thinking thinking thinking, but lately I’ve been overthinkingthinking, if that makes sense. And the indecisiveness – don’t even get me started on that.