Adjusting to my new life

Why I moved

My new life is in Minneapolis. Leaving Duluth was a necessary step in my life. I felt a little stuck in Duluth, stuck being the same person in the same place with no growth. I left to change my life up and see what a new place would do for me. My favorite part of moving is getting rid of old stuff and unpacking into my new room. I promised myself I would keep it as clean as it was when I first unpacked, but course that didn’t happen. I also love the fact that my piano is now in my room. It looks cute and I’ve finally been using it !!

High expectations

I had high expectations for myself here. I had the expectations that moving to a new place would give me a chance to be a new me. I thought I would be a more confident, badass, and worry free person. When you think about it, that expectation makes no sense. Why would me moving to a new place where I only knew like two people make me more confident??? I found out pretty fast that it wasn’t going to, if anything I felt more unsure of myself. I was frustrated at first. I felt like I went backwards in my life and who I wanted to be. BUT don’t worry! Now about 4 months in I realize that it’s okay things weren’t “amazing” at first. I wouldn’t say they are amazing now even. But things are good! Ive met some cool people who inspired me to start this blog. I actually have some “me time” which is something I never really focused on before. Let me tell you. ITS GREAT. My time with myself is spent just watching netflix and wearing face/hair mask. It’s not that productive but its nice to just chill sometimes. Conclusion is yeah Im having a good time, no its not exactly what I expected (yet). Things are getting better everyday I feel and I’m okay with that.



One thought on “Adjusting to my new life

  1. Aw, this was an incredibly nice post. Spending some time
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