Tag Archive: moving

I WOULDN’T WANT TO BE ANYWHERE ELSE

  Packing up and moving your entire life across the world is no easy feat, even for someone like me who has done it before and thrives in new contexts. The first few… Continue reading

IT’S OFFICIAL

  Welp, it’s official – my tickets have been purchased and I will be leaving Budapest, Hungary, my home for the last two years, on September 30th, just two days after turning 25.… Continue reading

GOOD ENERGY

from the very first moment that i stepped foot into what is now my apartment, i felt at ease. the first time i walked through the door into what would become my space for… Continue reading

DEAR MAN AT THE DELTA CHECK-IN COUNTER,

you’re a saint. and i mean that in the most serious of ways. when i was standing in the middle of the detroit airport, having just left my life in columbus and in… Continue reading

THE WOMAN WHO LIVES IN A YOGA STUDIO

…that’s going to be me in approximately one month’s time. that’s right — i finally have housing set up in budapest! and it’s a flat in a yoga studio! how in the hell… Continue reading

LEAVING

  i’ve never been the one that’s left behind, i’m always the one doing the leaving. and, normally, this makes my transition easier. the people i leave behind miss me, but i’m usually too… Continue reading

SUNDAY THOUGHTS

ohmylord i’m moving out in exactly seven days. i have one week left here in massachusetts before i head back to ohio. i keep saying it out loud and talking about it with… Continue reading

TWO MORE WEEKS

two more weeks. two. more. weeks. that’s it. that’s all that i have left in massachusetts, because on sunday august 2nd i’ll be hopping into my volvo and heading back to ohio, where… Continue reading

REFLECTING ON MY PRE-MOVE FREAK OUT

about three weeks before i made the move to massachusetts, i found myself awake at 6am with a sense of anxiety in my heart. what did i do about it? i blogged of… Continue reading

SKYPING WITH BUDAPEST

so i had my skype mesh with my GMI area executive (who’s in cleveland) and my day-to-day supervisor with the reformed church in hungary (who’s in budapest) earlier this week. while i didn’t… Continue reading