I have learned so much about myself in the last few months. I moved out to Durham, North Carolina at the end of July 2018 to follow my then partner as he chose Duke University to complete his law degree. Due to a myriad of reasons, I decided that he wasn’t the person I wanted to spend the rest of my life with. I could have moved back to Austin at that point, but I felt like my time in Durham wasn’t over yet. Staying in North Carolina was one of the best things I could have done for my growth as a human being.
A lot of people are curious about why I’m leaving. You can scroll to the end to read about that. 🙂
Continue reading On Leaving and Learning
I was re-reading my post about questions I have for myself and I realized that I have one more question.
What do I like?
Continue reading Values, Pt. 1?
I need to re-calibrate my vision. What do I want from life?
I am the type of person who can make split-second decisions with extreme ease and confidence. Sometimes this is a virtue, other times it’s nothing more than impulsiveness.
I want to challenge myself because stagnation feels like a slow death.
It was through years of challenge and trial that I grew to be the person I am. The person that I am is very happy and fulfilled. If I were to change nothing about my life for the next 10 years I would probably be happy but I don’t think I would be fulfilled.
Technically, this blog post is late. But I’m going to count it as a post for October 6th.
Today I went to TEDx Durham. I want to parse through my thoughts from the event.
Continue reading TEDx Durham – Post Event Thoughts
If I could pick up my life and move to a new city with nothing but a mattress and my cat every couple of years I would be incredibly happy. I have come to realize that I truly thrive under constant stress and change. That’s the fun way to put it at least. A harsher stance would be that I avoid stability and seek out change for the sake of change. Which also isn’t wrong.
Continue reading Change and Stability