For the past two months, I’ve been documenting my journey moving from Dallas back to Chicago. What started out as a way to use all of my bath products, turned into my vlogging of essentially everyday activities. It’s funny how second nature recording has become, but its not something that’s done all day, everyday. I posted the first video, I now have thirty-seven videos, and there’s still twenty days left before I am fully moved out.
I was, and if I’m being honest, still nervous about the videos. Lord knows, people are so damn mean, that its hard to put yourself out there and not really know what to expect. However I threw caution to the wind, and dropped the video. I’ve worked hard, and I’ve gotten much better with my editing, and it deserved to be out in the World.
2020 has taught me, Do it, and Do it Now!
As usual I’m late with the tea, and it’s my damn tea that I’m spilling. So I told y’all last week, I was waiting, not patiently, for some news and I received it! Whoot whoot! So … I’m moving to Dallas Texas in less than thirty days! [Insert Scream]
Now that I’ve written that down, it’s really real. It’s really happening. I’m taking these few days to recharge my battery, rest and refocus myself on the things that are important to me. I needed this time to get my thoughts back in order.
I’ll still be working as much as I normally do, because bills will definitely still need to get paid, but I’m working on putting aside the time needed to fly back and forth to Dallas from Chicago, and NYC if needed. However I wanted y’all to be the first to know the news!
Don’t worry our adventures will continue, no matter the city!
I’ve been wanting to get back to Chicago ever since I left, and it’s possible that I may have the opportunity to go back… but why am I hesitating? Most of my adult life, I’ve heard that I run away from my problems. I strongly disagree as my problems follow me from city to city, moving to Chicago doesn’t erase them. You all know my love affair with Chicago, but I am just not sure now is the right time to leave. I feel like I’m getting my footing on solid ground, and I’m not sure in what ways moving to another city would affect that.
If the opportunity pans out, my decision will come out of a hat, written on a piece of paper.