But, it's now 2012, and this is a NEW post in a NEW year with a NEW blog background (you may or may not have noticed). I felt the desire to change it up because hopefully, we're all changing up. New years bring new resolutions and new hope - you want to learn more, eat better, live better, and just be better. None of these are easy tasks, to be sure, but for whatever reason, when the last two numbers of the year change, you get this jolt of electricity through your veins that makes you excited about the possibilities that await you.
Don't get me wrong - I'll never completely change. I like myself - sometimes too much, and other times not enough, but as a general rule, I really like myself. I just aspire to be the very best version of myself, and I really don't think there's anything wrong with that.
From where we left off (Christmas, of course) to now, I've been living in a maze of boxes as Little Sister Chicken Wing and I prepare to depart our current rental townhouse! Talk about crazy! We've lived together for the past few years, and there have definitely been highs and there have also been lows. I don't know about each of you, but for us, we get along so much better as siblings when we don't occupy the same dwelling. I'm looking forward to us branching out on our own again and the closeness it will allow. I'll miss the absolutely crazy things she does that typically make me laugh (either with her or at her) at least once per day.
Our moving situation is a little more stressful than others I've been in before for a few reasons. 1) The little sister and I are moving to two different places. 2) The majority of the furniture in our townhouse is mine, so moving it too early will make it really difficult for LSCW. 3) LSCW literally has ONE DAY to move. How? She can't move into her new place until the same day we have to turn the keys over to our place. Suckfest 2012!
Where does all of this leave us? Feeling like we are going to soon be featured on an episode of this:
|I'm shaking in a corner already.|
While a few sales made me sad, most of them make me want to high-five myself! (Subsequently, I may or may not have actually high-fived myself multiple times - don't judge me.) It feels pretty good to just let go of things that actually weigh you down in the long run, especially when you realize that someone else can love the item even more than you did! Plus, with a wedding to pay for, the extra income is another glorious benefit!
If you are moving, too, I feel your pain sisters and brothers! If you are not, high-five yourself. If you're busy, I hope you are busy doing things you love and that make you happy. If you're not busy and not enjoying it, get PUMPED and off the couch! If you're too busy (like I've admittedly been), take a breather and live in the moment. Happy Everything, Peeps!
Until next time,