A Single Girl’s Guide to Moving Far From Home

Just a few things you should expect when you’re making a move alone.

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Yesterday marked one full week that I uprooted myself from Pennsylvania and became a Colorado transplant. This has been me every day of that week:

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2018: A Year of Boldness

“The true courage is facing danger when you are afraid.” – L. Frank Baum

On January 7th of this year, I turned 26 years old. Two days later, I got laid off from my job.

Not a great birthday present. Definitely not a great start to 2018.

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Let’s Hear an Extrovert’s Take on Singleness: Chatting with Maggie McGonigal

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A full-time professional in the beauty industry, a part-time creative arts assistant at her church, and a¬†fellow blogger, Maggie McGonigal is one of the friendliest, most genuine people you’ll ever meet.

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Single All the Way: The Highs and Lows of the Holidays

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Is it even Christmas without Hallmark movies? (Answer: Yes. Stop making them.)

I love the holiday season: the music, the festive decorations, the gift exchanges–pretty much everything. And, despite the fact that this will be my 26th consecutive Christmas as a single, I’m just as excited for it as ever.

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