Catching up.

I wouldn’t be me if I didn’t randomly fall of the blogosphere for months at a time with no explanation! I wish I could say that it’s because we were having so much fun communing with nature and enjoying the slow pace of life, but alas the search for simplicity has resulted in the most … More Catching up.

Settling in.

It’s 3:30pm and all of the windows are open. The sun is glowing through one of the skylights, dipping in and out from behind the clouds. I can hear Jacob’s truck slowly rolling out on the dirt road as he leaves to go hopefully catch us some flounder for dinner. Exhausted from playing in the … More Settling in.

Saying goodbye.

Today I said goodbye to my job of 10 years and all of the family and friends that came with it. I closed the door for the last time to the first house that I ever owned by myself. Tomorrow, I’ll have one last dinner with my family before I won’t see them for quite … More Saying goodbye.

The new “normal”

It feels impossible to confront what’s been happening in a mere blog post, and yet I know the importance of remembering this time: the hardships overcome and the triumphs achieved. Even if right now it only feels like the opposite. Unless you’ve already been self-isolating, you’ve undoubtedly heard of the Covid-19 pandemic that is sweeping … More The new “normal”

Christmas in NYC

As I mentioned in my Simplifying Christmas post, this year we planned a pre-Christmas trip to New York City. Last year we really enjoyed visiting San Francisco during the holidays and wanted to make it a tradition! Originally NYC wasn’t really on my list, after all that is a long flight for such a short … More Christmas in NYC