I am so sorry for leaving. My last post for this blog was around this time four years ago. I am so happy to be back. I’ve missed everyone of you.
I went a long time without blogging because I forgot my password to log in with, and then I forgot my email password. But I had a couple of hunches of what my password could be, so I kept on trying them. And eventually I was able to log back!
I am beyond excited to be back and start again.
I am still with my boyfriend, we will be celebrating our fifth anniversary, next week. Although throughout the relationship we have had our ups and downs, like every relationship does so I am happy that we are standing beside each other now.
In the past four years, I’ve had several different jobs – at one point I was working three jobs at once. I see myself as a hustler. It wasn’t for a long time, as they were mostly just seasonal jobs. Each one of those jobs taught me something about myself. I am always grateful for every job I have had in my life. A lot of those jobs I had didn’t allow for much growth, (i.e. moving up the ladder), and I had already learned everything I needed to, so it was time to let go and move forward. Although I know some of those jobs were just seasonal, so I’m not really putting emphasis on those in particular. I have had jobs where I always put forth so much effort and often felt like it didn’t get enough recognition.
I have went to college for accounting, although I felt like I could have done better, but I often felt like my heart wasn’t in it some days. I wasn’t in the best environment per se to study and focus on my studies. I had a lot to deal with my grandparents’ health scares at the time. But now they are doing okay, which I am glad because I was worried about them.
My sister had her baby last year, I was so happy to meet my niece; she is gorgeous! I can tell she is going to grow up into a smart lady. I am so glad I get to see her, although I haven’t been able to see her much because the Coronavirus pandemic. We try our best to video chat ever so often.
My boyfriend have moved out of his family’s house into his friend’s house. This is a step forward into moving out into a place we can call our own. We moved because we felt like we outgrew that place. And this allows us to save up more money for our future.
During this Coronavirus pandemic I have been learning a lot about myself. For instance, what I want, what I don’t want. It has given me a chance to really get to know myself. I know times are scary, but I know things will get better and easier. We just got to keep the faith and never lose hope. I have been using this time to take things slowly and to appreciate stillness more than I have before the pandemic started.
I can’t wait to reconnect with all of you. I am over the moon happy!
Feel free to comment your life changes (good and bad) in the comments. I can’t wait to read them all. xo ❤