I debated how to title this entry for a solid five minutes, then re-considered this post altogether. I’ve felt this way for much of 2015 and I hope 2016 brings about some clarity.
It’s been a confusing year with high highs and low lows. In many ways, I’ve aged a lot this year. I turned 27 two weeks ago and it was the first time I really felt like I was getting older. I gave up on ideas I’ve held for most of my life.
I haven’t felt quite like myself since leaving Toronto and I’d be lying if I said I didn’t miss it everyday. However, big changes take time and it still feels like the right decision.
2015 was full of new experiences both personally and professionally. I worked remotely, experienced new cities, and spent quality time with my loved ones. I blogged more regularly than ever before, found my niche in travel writing, and formed friendships and partnerships through both this blog and Instagram.
While I rarely make resolutions anymore, I think the new year provides a blank slate. For me, it’s always been an important time for contemplation.
Thank you for following along my small space on the internet, your support means more than you know. Now, let’s make 2016 a wonderful year!