So you’re thinking about moving to Texas? I lived in Houston for the past 8-ish months and for 6 months in 2017, so I know a little about what it’s like to move to Texas from out of state. Texas was one of those states that I NEVER thought that I would move to, but I got a job offer in Houston, so here I … Continue reading What You Should Know Before Moving to Texas
So you’re thinking about moving to Washington, D.C.? I lived there for 8 months in 2018 and it was some of the best times of my life! If you’re thinking about moving to Washington D.C., here are some things that I think you should know. What part of the city do you want to live in? Washington D.C. is pretty big, especially if you consider … Continue reading What You Should Know Before Moving to Washington, D.C.
I hope that you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! While my Thanksgiving was very calm at home with my kitty (which is very unlike my normal Thanksgivings at home with my family), I think that it was a good time to reflect on life. Despite all of the controversy behind the holiday and it’s origins, I think that it’s good to take some time to think about … Continue reading What I’m Thankful For
So you’re thinking about moving to Arizona? Well, you’re not the first one! Arizona is the fastest-growing state in the entire United States. I, myself, moved to Arizona and lived there for 10(ish) years after living in California. Here’s what I know about what it’s like to move to Arizona. What part of the state do you want to live in? Arizona has three major … Continue reading What You Should Know Before Moving to Arizona
2018 is over! What an adventure this year was. Looking back at my year, I truly have so much to be lucky for. I touched 27 U.S. states, visited hundreds of cities, and met people I never imagined possible. So, without further ado, here is my 2018 year in review… My year started with a road trip from my hometown of Tucson, Arizona, to Washington … Continue reading 2018: The Year of Travel
5 Things I Learned 1) There’s lots of people. And there’s a lot of people crammed into a smaller area. In the Southwest, there is quite a lot of people but there is much more space for everyone to spread out and have privacy — thanks urban sprawl. 2) People are waaaay more judgmental than in other parts of the USA. Social status actually means something. … Continue reading 5 things I learned when I moved to the DC area, and 5 things I miss about it.