Hey lovely readers,
A lot has changes since the last time that I wrote.
I graduated from university. I decided to take a short break from my social media, blog, and YouTube presence. I decided that movie reviewing on here would be a more sporadic thing instead of a regular, every month thing. (Don’t worry, I have not completely dropped that as an option.) I moved into an apartment with my partner. A few personal traumas popped back up, and I began working through them outside of therapy. (I’ve taken a break from therapy for about half a year.) I started doing workbooks for my mental health. I started anti-depressants and anti-anxiety medications. We will see if I decide to go back into therapy. I finally decided to tell people that I am changing my name. I’ve wanted to for a long time, but now I am socially doing so and saving up to legally do so. I got to see some of the best people in the world — family and friends that I’ve missed dearly. And, last but certainly not least, I GOT MARRIED A FEW DAYS AGO!
This has been a whirlwind. Mostly, a happy whirlwind. I have done a lot of introspection and observing everything/everybody around me.
The next few posts will likely be chaotic and unfiltered. They will be exactly what I am thinking at the time, much like a journal. I just need to get some of my thoughts out for someone to hear. Some of it may be heavy. But, I will make sure to include lighthearted posts too. I know some of my sillier posts are appealing to people. I just have to find a good balance here in the next month. We will see what happens.
Thank you to all you dedicated readers who have checked back on my page while I’ve been gone. Thank you to the new followers. There have been a surprisingly large influx of followers given the fact that I was not writing anything new for a short bit. I am so glad to have such a great following: new and old.
I am just going to finish this off with one quote that has made me smile the last few weeks:
“The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return.”
I wish you all the happiness and positive thoughts in the world.
(Despite my name change, I am keeping the same professional name with the exception of my new last name.)