This isn't a "How To" post, but rather me trying to figure out what the heck I'm trying to do here.
Most people that know me know that I was the weird kid who at age sixteen was very into.... blogging. It was basically my biggest aspiration in life to someday become the world's (or... Utah's) greatest mommy blogger. haha I was such a weird kid. So I blogged. A lot. Then I went on a mission and my mom graciously posted all of my weekly emails on my blog so that people wouldn't forget about my blog. Then I came home and blogged about dating. Then I met a super sexy boy that swept me off my feet and I blogged about my love life. I blogged about our wedding. Then....
I kinda just stopped.
I'm not really sure why. Maybe part of it was that I didn't really know what to blog about after that. Like what kind of a post do you share right after you've shared everything you can even think of about your freaking wedding day? Like it just felt wrong to follow posts of that kind of magnitude with posts about how I get up, go to school, go to work, come home and watch the Office, then go to bed everyday. Maybe part of it was that I was so busy with school and work that I didn't really even have time to sit down and write. Maybe part of it was that I experienced some seasonal depression for a minute and lost some of my motivation for things I loved like blogging because it took all my energy just to fight the depression. Maybe part of it was that I realized that all my wedding posts actually attracted somewhat of an audience and that made it scarier to post knowing that several somebody's might actually read it.
I don't really know.
What I do know is that in all reality today is just as important as everyday and that blogging is a beautiful place to be vulnerable.
So here I am. Trying new old things.
As far as my life goes right now, I'm doing pretty dang good. Despite the current global pandemic, life for me has a lot of zest right now. I just finished another semester of classes and am so thrilled that it's finally summer break. I will get my associates after next semester and I will also be 87% done with my bachelors. I haven't been coaching tumbling classes lately because of Covid, but during my time off I've discovered some beautiful things about life that I hadn't ever really experienced before, like sitting on the porch while the sun goes down, and checking in with friends I haven't talked to in a while. I have kept myself pretty busy with lots of photography work and I have loved every second of it.
So there ya go! That's me and my life right now.
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