Hi, I’m Sarah.
It’s been so long that you might have forgotten me, so I figured I should introduce myself again just to be safe.
August and September were busy months, but I don’t feel like you’ve missed a lot.
I’ve just been working, doing some travel, attending a wedding and… oh yeah!
BUYING MY FIRST HOUSE.
Continue reading “Thoughts On Living Authentically and Writing Your Own Rules”
Jack of all trades, master of none?
Throw a massive cold/flu/virus at the end of a generally difficult month, and I’m waxing a bit nostalgic this week. I’m currently thinking about a question I’ve been asking myself for literally as long as I can remember: with so many paths to choose from, how do we know which one we’re supposed to take? Continue reading “Choosing the Right Path”
Over the past year, I’ve made a lot of plans. Whether I was planning to move to Australia on a working holiday visa, heading to Europe for a 3 month backpacking trip or attending my dream graduate school in London, what all my plans had in common is that I was DEFINITELY leaving my hometown of Nashville, TN.
As the title of this post may suggest…. things didn’t exactly work out as planned.
It is time for an explanation. Like most true stories, this one isn’t all fun and games… but like the best stories, it does start with once upon a time (and also has a happy ending!) Ultimately, I hope that I can provide encouragement to friends, family and readers who have supported me over the past year with some truth about failure. And flexibility. And what the (long) road to achieving dreams really looks like. Continue reading “A Year of Failure (and My Decision to Stay in Nashville)”
Maybe it’s a nagging feeling, or just a fleeting thought. Maybe it’s just boredom, or restlessness… or could it be something more? It’s a question that almost everyone I know has faced at one time or another (and a lot of them, it seems, are currently facing): how do you know when is it time to move on? Continue reading “Knowing When it is Time to Move On”