Settled and Starting Over

Posted: February 21st, 2013 | 6 Comments »

Back in September I wrote a post titled As I Watch Some Friends Pursuing Their Dreams… as a way to hold myself accountable to make the changes I wanted in my life. After much todo, I am happy to report I have settled into my new town, new digs, and new lifestyle. I have plans for a small business in town involving craft beers while I continue to work on my freelance writing and editing jobs. I have a full-size garden now, which I have started tilling and preparing for Spring planting. I have a workshop where I can begin tinkering with metal and woodworking projects in my spare time. And I have 2 cats that I recently inherited, Annie and Ernie. Both are amazing creatures and I am blessed to have them in my life. I am making money, my expenses are low enough that I don’t have to struggle, and I live across the street from a lovely body of water.

Stay tuned. 2013 is going to be killer.


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6 Comments on “Settled and Starting Over”

  1. 1 Jesse said at 1:15 pm on February 21st, 2013:

    Rock on David! Glad to see you getting things sorted. What part of the country did you end up in? It’s been so long…

    Jesse

  2. 2 David said at 7:52 am on February 22nd, 2013:

    Coastal North Florida, surprisingly. Loving it and glad to start feeling “home’. Hope you’re doing well Jesse!

  3. 3 Bobbi said at 3:11 pm on February 22nd, 2013:

    Glad to hear you’re well. I am in central Florida, welcome to our beautiful state! :)

  4. 4 Leah said at 9:16 pm on February 22nd, 2013:

    For a long time I have been struggling with leaving the comfort of what I know for the life of my dreams. The hardest part is that most people do not share my dream. In fact, the people that I hold closest think me crazy. My parents fear I’m throwing my life away. I’m single; how will I find my soulmate if I dismiss the Standard American Life? How did you get over the hump? How did you embrace that leap of faith?

  5. 5 Krys @ Improving Krys said at 1:09 pm on March 6th, 2013:

    David – congratulations on making some decidedly positive changes! I can’t wait to hear more about your new life!

  6. 6 Tony said at 11:15 pm on August 15th, 2013:

    Let us know how it goes David!


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