Wednesday, November 16, 2011

A day in the life of a SINK - Part I

As I mentioned, I am 32 (soon to be 33) so it feels as though my 20s are a distant memory. Quite honestly, I'm glad they are. I always thought turning 30 would be this horrible experience and I would be "old" and thrown to the side, but my 30s have been AMAZE-BALLS thus far! I have more money, less debt, better friends, travel more, shop more, party more and love life more than I ever did in my 20s. This blog is dedicated to stories of women who are loving life at whatever age they are currently at. I'll start it off:

About six months ago I decided I had been doing the same job, in the same place, with the same loser guy in my life for far too long. Had I been in my 20s I would be writing this blog complaining about those three issues, but in my 30s I decided....screw it....let's change it. So, I applied for a few jobs in California (because I had always wanted to live by the beach...so, why not?!), found one, moved 3 weeks later from Arizona, dumped my loser boyfriend and started on a new journey. Now, I live 5 mins from the beach, love my job, make way more money and I have a redonkulously amazing boyfriend. All of which could not have happened had I not been at a place in my life where I felt confident enough to do so. This is just one of the many awesome moments I can attribute to the fact I am single with no kids. What's your story.....


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2 comments:

  1. yea! love this idea! I am not a SINK... i have the K... but not all the time... and i hear ya sista.... 30s are amaze-balls for sure... confidence, fun, happiness... all better than the 20s :) so proud you made changes and they turned out awesome! xoxo
    Bridget

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  2. Thank you Bridget! Although I am a "SINK", I love to hear from anyone who is loving their life as it is right now...regardless of their acronym....lol. I'm glad you are a proud SIWK. :-)

    N

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