Sunday, January 10, 2016

Ok, let's re-start.

This blog is called Fluidity of Time for a reason.  I seriously have no idea where 2015 went.
I can't believe that the last time I posted on this blog, it was February of 2015.  It's a bit frustrating to look back and realize that, especially when I think about how much I enjoy blogging.   But, it's a testament to how time can completely fly when you let stress take over your life.

So what happened?

Last December, I decided I would look for a new job (thankfully, while I was already working).  My job responsibilities (and stress) kept increasing, so by February, I basically just stopped blogging and instead was concentrating on job hunting, sending out resumes, hoping for interviews, etc etc.

But, I got a new job.  !!!   This was exciting, but meant moving to another state.  This, in turn, meant: my husband and I (well, really, my husband did 98% of all of the work) getting our house ready to sell, me finding a short-term leased apartment, me moving, us spending every-other weekend house-looking for a new house (and on the other weekend, working on our first house to sell).   Anyway . . . the details aren't important.  Suffice to say, 2015 turned out to be a heck of a year.

Now that I'm settled, I'm adjusting.   I now have a longer work schedule than I used to, and I have an actual commute (which I didn't have for 8 years).   It's going to be slow starting back up into book blogging, but I'm thinking I can manage at least one post per week.

For anyone reading this, thanks for sticking with me.    :)


Jenni Elyse said...

Time can definitely get away from us. I'm glad you're feeling like you can blog again. :) Congrats on the new job and new state!

Carin Siegfried said...

Congrats! I am job hunting in another state right now so I totally understand! Glad everything worked out and you are back.

Jon said...

I can relate. Last year I bought a home, sold a home, rented a home, helped my daughter move into her new home, and helped move my son across country. Blogging was a bit lite.

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