Brain Dump

Hey, hi, hello friends!!!!! It has been awhile, I apologize!

My life has been kind of chaotic since the last time I caught up with you. I have started a new job and have been trying to get in the swing of things. This post is probably going to be just as chaotic, but it is a few tidbits of what I have been thinking and feeling recently.

So get cozy, grab a yummy drink, and dive into some thoughts I’ve been having.

Right now I have been trying to cope with all the changes coming at me: I have turned a year older, I started a new job, the seasons are changing, and sometime in the near (ish) future I plan on making one of the biggest purchases of my life, my very first home (eeeeeek!!!).

That is a lot all at once. Being 26 so far to me has felt like I am actually an adult, but also I feel like a kid and there is no way I could actually be considered an adult. I am loving learning more about myself and ways to improve who I am as a person.

I got a gym membership, which if you know me and my aversion to germs that is a big deal. I have been loving it and learning to love the ache of muscle growth. Nothing makes me feel better than feeling strong and accomplishing something I wasn’t so sure I could.

My new job has been so fun! The first few weeks felt like a whirlwind with a saturated sponge for a brain. It was so much information to learn. Now I am feeling a lot more confident and capable in my abilities. I am working full time at Oxford Realty as a leasing agent and I of course am still a Realtor. I love my job, but I also love my coworkers. It is so great and special and 10/10 recommend.

I can’t quite put into words the love for my job(s). It is so fun to help people find somewhere to live. I love seeing people around town who I have helped. I see a patio decorated and kiddos playing on it, I see someone in their yard with their dog, I see the sparkle in someone’s eye when they know they have found a place to live. Being in this business is so. freaking. cool. I feel lucky every single day that this is what I get to do day to day. Like what???? For real??? This is my life!

I am about to get my first haircut in over a year and honestly I am kinda nervous because I think I have developed an attachment to my hair? I don’t know exactly. I do know I am also adding some color to my hair and I haven’t don’t that since I was roughly 19 years old, so it has been seven years and that seems intimidating.

Aging seems intimidating. I talked about how I feel like a child still, but here we are actually nearing 30. Oof, that is a tough pill to swallow. I don’t have anything wrong with being 30 or aging, because that is a blessing to be alive, but also I have a problem with aging. I think this is the first time in my life I am becoming acutely aware of time passing. It is not that my life has seemed fast up until this point, but also it seems crazy that in a few short years I will be 30. THIRTY. How did that happen? I don’t know if I feel I have accomplished what I wanted to by that age, but luckily I still have four years.

Aging also is weird because I have started to notice some wrinkles on my forehead. I go back and forth with the idea of getting botox, but for the time being I am not going to do that for personal reasons. But there is a large part of me gripping on to the last shreds of my youth; make me eternally young. I want to look like a baby face frozen in time.

Frozen in time is how I feel sometimes recently. I feel like everything is moving and nothing is moving. I feel like I am progressing with things but not progressing at all. The seasons are changing and life seems to stand still for a moment of time every fall, at least to me.

I am about to go on a very fun trip in a few weeks, but I will update you more about that when the time comes (hey Pay, coming for you!! can’t wait for all of our shenanigans)!

Boop, beep, boop. That has been a little brain dump for now.

Hope you enjoyed and I look forward to catching up again really soon!

Until next time,

-H

Published by Hannah

My name is Hannah. I love nature, animals, and going on adventures. Come along for the ride.

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