Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Confessions Are a Great Way to Start the Year

Happy New Year everyone!

So... I promise I didn't drop off the face of the earth.

But. I DID change my blog URL! If you're curious, it's now


Quite honestly, I haven't had time to blog. Or maybe it's more accurate to say that I haven't made time to blog. I've had plenty of free time where I could have squeezed it in, but I had forgotten what free time was like, so I soaked it all up with hours of Netflix binging, walks with my dog, and actually cooking dinner. It's been really difficult to get back into a routine since the holidays, but I think I'm finally back to normal.

Let's jump into some confessions.

+ School started again and I hate it. I think I'm going to drop my concentration so that I can be finished in August instead of December. (And save myself $3500.) A master's is a master's, right?

+ I have almost entirely stopped thinking about wedding stuff. But this is good news.

+ Planning and booking a honeymoon is/was much more stressful than I thought it would be. But I'm super excited!

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+ I actually really love my job.

+ I'm not sure how I feel about blogging anymore. I still stalk everybody else's blogs, but I don't know if I feel like doing the work anymore.

+ I have a serious addiction to Fabletics. (PS - If you're looking for awesome workout clothes -- and want your first outfit for half off -- check it out here!)

+ I may have accidentally spent a lot of money on shoes last weekend. But they were marked waaaaaay down, so I couldn't not do it. The real confession here is that I bought them in brown, but now I also want them in gray. To splurge or not to splurge?

+ I think I finally found the shoes for my wedding. If you're not familiar with my struggles, read here.

+ Apparently I really like shoes and talking about shoes.

+ Confession posts are a little bit exhausting!

Making Melissa


Melissa said...

shoes are love. you should talk about them ALL the time <3

Teh Megan said...

I've considering changing my master's concentration, but when I think about the 3 classes I've already taken, I can't do it. It's only 3 classes, but it's THREE MASTER'S classes. #graduateschoolproblems

Gayle Morris said...

Ugh, I feel you. Luckily for me, my concentration classes are at the very end of the program and everything I've taken up until now is still relevant. Good luck! If you need someone to commiserate with, I'm here for you!