December 5, 2016

Goodbye... Hello

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Goodbye...

... family weekend of Thanksgiving.

... first month at work.

... beautiful fall foliage and mild temperatures.

... blog schedule I tried to put in place.

... easy breezy moments.


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Hello...

... month of Christmas cheer, holly jolly festivities, Advent and Christmas music.

... first Christmas month away from my family.

... Christmas tree decorating, cookie making, Christmas light looking.

... cold, cold, cold.

... transitional holiday season.

... glasses of wine to celebrate in the evenings.

... first overnight call and 2am - 6am shift.

... possible last month without our own place.

... moments of anxiety, feelings of overwhelming holy crap, questioning this job choice.

... being behind on blog posts, comments, television shows and workouts.

... new initial training and Les Mills certification.


11 comments:

SMD @ lifeaccordingtosteph said...

Good stuff is coming your way, even if some of it is hard! Hang in there girlfriend!

mariafelicia magno said...

I love december, christmas time and holidays...i'm so happy
kisses

Nikki @ makeupHER said...

Sounds like exciting things coming up this month!

Jen said...

December is going to be an awesome month! :)

Kate at Green Fashionista said...

Yay for a new place and certifications. You're going to rock December <3
Green Fashionista

Missy said...

Sounds like it is all coming together this month!

Carly Blogs Here said...

December sounds like it's going to be a huge month for you-- combined with all things holiday :)

alexie said...

Great article, love it. BTW I’ve just written this post on how to make & wear a scarf dress and thought you would like it :O)

Kristen @ See You In A Porridge said...

oooh possible last month without your own place?! fun!!!

first christmas away from family.... it was the absolute hardest. i'm sorry. i wish i had better things or something nicer, but it was hell. and i am not even as close with my family as you are. which doesn't help, i know. but trust me, it gets better and easier, and as long as you have your person/people where you are, you'll get there. hugs.

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Emily said...

So many changes but I'm sure everything will fall into place. Ouch for the 2am to 6am shift. Wishing you all the holiday cheer in your new city!