Its been a whirlwind.

If you had asked me a month ago where I would be, I would never been able to predict this. Yet that is part of the beauty of our lives. We plan, and we move around in confident manner, as if we know everything that is ahead. In truth the future is a fog, we can never predict its path with true certainty.

It has been a month since I left my Customer Service position at a major company. It has been an upheaval, yet It has given me ample time for self reflection. I have always understood the importance of work. Yet after three years, customer service made me tired. Slowly I noticed that I was changing.

The happy upbeat person was being replaced by a bitter human being who only saw the negative. When the stressors of a job begin to make fundamental changes to your character, its time to walk away.

I have taken the time to slow down. I was lucky enough to be able to make a trip out to the West. There are also more trips coming up this summer. I’m taking some time to live cheaply, and focus on my writing. Strange thing is, I couldn’t be happier. While I was out West, I did an obscene amount of writing. I plan to do more, as I travel, I plan on doing on I want to try my est to capture the vivid nature of the places I visit. Within the coming weeks, I plan to share some of the highlights of the trips on the blog.

It has been far too long since I have written. Part of me, feels guilty that have not written. Yet I needed it. I am looking forward to getting back to it. This Summer looks to be a great one, and I cannot wait to share my adventures.

Published by Colleen

My name is Colleen, and I am a writer and photographer from New Hampshire. I love exploring and discovering. I write pieces that focus around the history and landscape of New England, and other things that may come to mind.

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