I am ready for the New Year & thankful for the extra long break!
I'm linking up with Andrea of Momfessionals to share re-introductions & resolutions.
I was born in 1993 in Asheville, North Carolina. I have a younger sister, Erin who is a junior at NC State. Our parents are awesome and I am so blessed to have my memaw (93) living with us.
I graduated with my bachelor's from Appalachian State University (if you're a Michigan fan, you may have heard of them ;) in May of 2015. I started full-time graduate school in August of 2015 at Western Carolina University. I love what I do, and have never felt more called in my life. I have a special place in my heart for the elderly.
On December 20, 2015- I said yes to marrying my best friend. We are high school sweethearts, and have been together for 7 years. As we have grown up, we've grown closer and I love it.
It's the Grad Life was started in March of 2015 because I wanted a way to document my life through grad school, almost a virtual scrapbook if you will. I love being able to look back and remember all the little details I would have forgotten with out it.
Now for the Resolutions.
1. Be Healthy
Last semester, I was focused on balancing everything.... I often chose sleep instead of working out. This year, I want to focus on being healthy, whether it be a full workout or choosing carrots instead of chips.
2. Read the Bible more
I am hoping to start a devotional and spend more time in prayer. Anxiety about a test, a job, a huge project can get the best of my attitude... This is a great map for handling those situations with grace.
3. Less Screen Time
I suffer from a busy mind. I always am on the go. When I sit down and "relax" my phone is often in my hand. I need to let go of the need to "be on" and work on being present in the moment.
I can't wait to "meet" everyone!
Happy New Year!