How is it Monday already?! Yet again, the weekend flew by. Here’s a quick recap on how it went.
I hope everyone had a great weekend! Doesn’t it always go by way too fast? Ever since I started working from home, the weekend flies by in an instant. But hey, I don’t have a commute 5 days a week so I suppose I can’t complain too much. Here’s a little weekend wrap-up for ya.
Since this blog is pretty new, I figured I’d get a jump ahead and start making a series. Which brings me to Friday’s Five. This is a popular concept in the blog world, so it shouldn’t be much of a surprise. Here I’ll recap five things from the past week that I’ve enjoyed/like. I’m fond of this idea because it’s a quick and smooth transition into the weekend. And frankly, who doesn’t want that?
Hey there. The name’s Sara, (which you already know because it clearly says that right on top of this page). I decided to just get this first post out there that way we can all move on and continue with our lives.
I’m not new to blogging at all. I’ve started so many, with so many titles, that I’m just now thinking to myself “this, again?”. But yes, this again. Why now? Well I recently moved to a new state, without knowing anyone except two people; my sis & bro-in-law. Other than them, I riding this adventure solo. I’ve been toying with the idea of moving for months and months and then one day finally deciding to take the plunge. Literally in one day I found and solidified an apartment (before seeing it in person), and started making arrangements to make the big move.
So here I am. 2 weeks in and just trying to get into a groove. Luckily I’m able to stay with the company I was before, and work from home. This is a complete life-saver and huge stress-reliever for sure. Instead on focusing on finding a new job, I can look for a place to have a cold brew. Beer not coffee.
In all seriousness, the goal of mine with this blog is just to document my new life. Even if I’m the only one reading this, I want to be able to look back and see how the hell I managed to find my way in the south, when I’m from New York.