As the trip grows ever closer, there have obviously been some changes to the plan. Continue reading “Itinerary Updates!!!”
I’ve done a lot of work, but there is so much left to be done!! Tonight was my last appointment with my therapist, who’ve I’ve been seeing for more than 18 months. It’s crazy to think about the person I was when I first walked in to her office: broken, weepy, beaten down by the life I thought was the one I was supposed to be living. She has helped me get through some of the worst times of my life, but also helped me to identify the patterns of behavior that I seem to fall into over and over; patterns that seem innocuous at first, but always end up dragging me back down into despair. It’s been worth every penny, but I am glad to now be totally off meds and ready to face my new life all on my own. Continue reading “60(ish) Days Out!!”
The time is fast approaching. I’m less than 90 days away from taking the plunge, chucking it all, sailing in to the unknown. There are many, many things to do before then, and I must admit, I am starting to get a little scared. Continue reading “90-ish Days Out”
Hello friends! I emailed many of you, but here it is again, my super roughed out itinerary. I welcome suggestions as to how to alter this plan, also, I very much welcome people who want to host me and/or join me on the trail!! Continue reading “Super Rough Itinerary!! Suggestions Welcome!!”
It’s a common refrain, or at least it has been to me over the past several years. “I was trapped in x job, miserable, hating life, but with no idea what to do or how to escape.” This was me, right up until my employer, in its benevolence, decided to show me the door on March 28, 2014. I had at that point been working as a commercial litigator in New York City for nearly 6 years, and had been in professional misery virtually the whole time. It shouldn’t have come as such a surprise when they finally invited me to vacate the premises, in my mind, I had been halfway out that door for years.
Continue reading “How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love The Now”