As I type this, my heart is pounding...just an FYI.
The month of March has been a whirlwind for me, more specifically the last couple weeks. I am ecstatic to announce that I have resigned from my job because I just accepted a new one. This is a huge step/change for me as I have been with my company for close to nine years. As an ex-coworker said, " you are a lifer, you will never leave this place", and I was convinced, she was right. But after a few stressful couple of months and a few years of being miserable and unhappy, I am ready to move on. The company I am going to work for is welcoming me with open arms, are truly excited that I will be joining their team and it feels good. I am not nervous at all about starting fresh, I am thrilled about it.
In the beginning of this year, in the back of my mind, I had a feeling that this would be my year and getting a new job is just the start. I am ready to move forward and make more changes in my life. All it takes is one thing, leaping ahead and making that first step and I just know that the rest will fall into place. I am going to start this month with a new me. Since I will have to dress more professional for this new job, I am going to make a huge wardrobe change. And in order to do this, I must get my shop on, so why not do it in the fabulous New York City. Mike and I last minute decided to do a quick weekend getaway. I am also excited about going back to NYC, and exploring Soho and Meatpacking District this time around. So spur of the moment which is so unlike me. It's all part of the new me.
Good things are coming my way and it's life changing for me. With that said, as much as I hate to do this, I feel that the time is right for me to put an end to The Blarkness Chronicles. It breaks my heart to stop writing on here but it's time. Since I am moving on with different aspects of my life, it's only fitting to leave this blog behind. What first started off with an online journal strictly for myself, it had lead to blog friendships, freebies from companies and a place where I could write whatever I wanted to.
I want to thank all my readers that have been on this journey with me, who read my nonsense and left comments, and who comforted me when my mom left for the States and when my brother died. You guys are like family and I am truly grateful that we have "met" and developed several different levels of friendship. A big part of why I never wanted close out my blog is because I didn't want to lose the friendships I have made. Hopefully we connected on some other level other than just blogging and will manage to stay in touch.
Will I start a another blog? Most likely. I just don't know when and where. But when I do, I hope our paths cross again. If you are interested to know where to find me when I find a new "home", send me an email and I will be sure to drop you a note when I start a new blog. Also, if you want to know where to find me on Pinterest, Twitter or Instagram, let me know. I'd be happy to stay in touch with you that way.
I don't like saying goodbye because it seems so final, I rather say - see you in a bit because I know that we will definitely meet again...