2019 was split into two incredibly different halves for me. The first 6 months of 2019 were celebratory! I had secured a job that at the time I viewed as the best possible opportunity for me post grad. I graduated from GWU a place that I was kind of eager to leave behind. I also had the most amazing boyfriend who I could see all the time AND a job that I loved with people I loved more.
Then June came and nearly all of that was gone in one way or another. The job that I thought was the best opportunity for me was not quite what I expected. My boyfriend moved and we started long distance (honestly though thats actually going really well haha we chillin), and I was left with a lot of regret about leaving a job and a team that I loved for a seemingly better opportunity.
The only thing that I was still confident in was that I was beyond happy to be done with GWU lol.
With that being said I have to say a big thank you to my mom, for listening to me complain, and cry and make excuses for the last 6 months about my unhappiness. A true MVP.
But something happened in November when I new I had to make a serious change. So I decided it was time to leave that seemingly perfect job out of college, to take a risk and begin a new adventure at a new hotel.
So i’m starting this new year completely fresh! I have a new job, i’ve made some new friends and I truly have the most supportive family and boyfriend in the entire world. This is all a very corny way to say that I am so happy and so excited to a whole new chapter and a new year.
Wow, that was a very long intro, just to get to my resolutions lol. Here we go:
- Run a half marathon
- Workout three times a week
- Get one of my splits
- Go to yoga twice a month
- Eat vegetarian twice a week
- Go to a broadway show
- Visit a new state
- Go to a new Disney park (preferably Tokyo)
- Read one book a month
- Knit two projects
- No plastic water bottles at home
- No more non reusable coffee cups
- No more plastic cleaner bottles
- Limit fast fashion purchases
So there you have it, I was sad now i’m not!