During a recent road trip to Yellowstone National Park, I found myself in front of what may be the most famous barn in the USA: Mormon Row in Grand Teton National Park (something I did not know existed being from Canada). Having known we were going to stop here on the way to our final destination, I couldn’t help ruining a few of Ryan’s landscape photos for my own selfish gain. I think the result was pretty spectacular … not to be the self-loving narcissist or anything.
I am no expert in Psychology, nor have I done any extensive amount of studying or research in the area. But as a human being, I think it is fair to say that we are constantly growing and changing (at least in my experience that has been the cycle of my life so far).
So what happens when we are forced into what feels like a stationary time or have found ourselves in a place of dissatisfaction? This is something I have recently been faced with in my life and has been a centre point in the lives of many around me. After some much needed self reflection, thinking and a few pints of beer I believe I have come up with the solution (at least as it pertains to my life).
Oh Hello, and welcome to the revamp of my tiny little corner of the internet. This blog has laid dormant for some years now as I completed my education and left behind remnants of a past self. However I have once again found myself drawn back into this world that I created some 8 years ago.
This newer version however will be more me and less trying to be something or categorize myself. It will be an expression of my experience growing up and moving into new phases in my life. Sharing the random little things and experiences that I love in this crazy world with whoever wants to listen (i.e my mom). I will be leaving my time as a professional student behind & finally learning to grow up (or as my generation has coined it: Adulting).
So I welcome you to follow along as I mess up, grow up and find out that being an adult isn’t half bad (because 24 is never too late right?).