My Years Reflection 2011

31 Mar

It’s my 30th birthday year.  As part of my celebrations, I thought I would take my birthday month to reflect on my life.  To help, I am using some of my scrapbooked pages to illustrate my life.  For each year, I’ve chosen a few pages to highlight that year.  I hope you enjoy my look back as much as I do.

2011: No pics of pretty scrapbook pages yet.  I am a little behind on my scrapping…  But 2011 was a year of big changes for me.

  • New Town — In June I moved three states and 10 hours away to Omaha, NE.  It was something that I had been working toward for almost a year.  Even though the population is triple of my hometown, in many ways it feels the same.  Not quite the big city, but definitely with more to offer.
  • New Situation — A huge change in my family structure.  Not exactly what I wanted, but in the end I had to compromise. 
  • New Job — Moved in June and by September I was starting my new job.  To compare, I was looking for work back in Indiana for a year without success.  The economy is doing much better out here.  Very thankful for that.  A job means I can really start making a dent into my debt and start planning for the future.  Plus, I love the people and organization I work for.  It’s mission is to help kids and families; what could be better?
  • Contentment — After the funk of 2010, I’ve started to feel like I’m getting back to normal.  My moods are more consistent.  I’m getting more into crafting and reading.  I really got moving on my blog.  I found someone who I “fit” with.  Things are really looking up!

And now on to my 30s.  I feel like good things are going to happen this decade. 

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Posted by on March 31, 2012 in Life



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