"Time is the most valuable thing a man can spend." – Theophrastus.
Brief hiatus while I got my life together. Work’s ramping up, I went to Montana to visit my boyfriend, took on a nonprofit project, and another leadership role with the professional organization that I belong too.
Oh, AND I decided it was time to get a new kitten! The pain of losing the first, Frisco, was heartbreaking, but as with any thing in life…the best thing you can do is to KEEP loving, keep sharing your heart, and keep being vulnerable. It’s scary, but it’s worth it in the end.
Baby Breckenridge has moved in with me, and she’s here to stay. I stuck with the Colorado mountain town names to pay tribute to Frisco. She goes by Breck for short, and she’s an absolute delight.
But anyways—this blog is about the concept of time. As an adult, I’ve noticed that time simultaneously moves incredibly slow and yet increasingly fast. Hours fly by, weeks turn into months, and it’s amazing how when you don’t have the built-out schedule that school provides you, how fast things just fly by.
We have some exciting news, which we’ll dive into more on the podcast later this week. We’ve gone through a bit of a rebrand and update here on HoneyButter Ramblings. Anne and I realized that what makes our relationship and connection so strong is that we bring different interests and ideas to the table.
Do you suffer from the “Sunday Scaries?” You know, that overwhelming sense of anxiety and impending doom that comes with starting a new work or school week all over again. Well, you’re not alone! Trust me that this a very real feeling, and sometimes can lead to you procrastinating to the point that by the time Monday rolls around, you’re already doomed.
Something I wanted to blog about today is around relationships in your twenties, and how it can be so difficult to understand what’s right, what’s wrong, and what you want. It’s navigating endless waters and different turns, not knowing what’s around each bend. And I’m not even talking romantic relationships, but all important connections that you make during this time.
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.