Happy New Year, everyone!
My all time favorite holiday is New Year’s. Not because you can get dressed up and clink glasses of champagne with your best friends…but because it’s a new beginning. As someone who personally loves Sunday nights and getting ready for a new work week, New Year’s is kind of like the ultimate Sunday night. You get to plan, organize, reevaluate and self reflect, which are things I love to do and find to be so important for mental health.
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This weekend, I traveled from Austin to Indianapolis to spend some time with one of my best friends, Haley, who has just moved to Indy. On my airport journey, I encountered a few spectacular human beings, one of which I will proceed to tell y’all about below.
Honestly, there’s a lot I could say about the year 2017.
I’ll be the first to admit it. I am absolutely terrible when it comes to admitting my faults. I hate admitting when I’ve messed up, or admitting when I’m in the wrong