Tag Archive: transition

THE DIRECTION OF MY GROWTH

  This week Jupiter rounds out its time in Libra and I move back to the US for six weeks, before flying to Greece to begin my GMI placement there. It’s a time… 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

WHEN THEY RECOGNIZE YOU

  Today marks one week in Greece so far – one week of getting to know my coworkers, learning about the job I will be doing in Katerini, finding my way around the… Continue reading

LAYING A FOUNDATION

  Upon my arrival in Greece (in 97 degree heat, no less) I was whisked away to settle into my “home” in Katerini for the next two weeks – a delightful little apartment… Continue reading

HALF-WAY DONE

  it seems insane to think that i’m already half-way through my two-year stint in hungary – where did the time go!? it really hit me the other day as I was hopping… 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

AND SO IT BEGINS

i woke up, quite literally, on another continent. i went to sleep on my delta flight from detroit and woke up almost to amsterdam (for more on that, read my last post). after… 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

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