Hey y’all! I wanted to take the time today to do a small life update post as well as tell you what’s coming to the blog for the rest of the year. I recently went over my mid year resolutions check in so I thought I’d write this little life (and blog) update too.
Things have been changing since my last immigration post, and by changing I mean all good things are happening! I have some news on Alec’s green card, day-to-day life, our wedding shower in May, and more. You’ll be getting a cute little update on our story in July, and then one more update sometime after October to conclude our immigration journey. October is the month of our “big” wedding, and January should bring our much anticipated honeymoon.
I’m ready to tackle another weight loss post about my struggles so far and what I’m doing currently to lose weight. It’s been over a year so far, and I’ve learned so much. I’m honestly excited to share this part of my life with you. And I know this doesn’t fall into the geeky category of my blog but I’m about to get to that…
After much thought and consideration, I’ve decided to share some very personal things on the blog. I have my first post written that I am very nervous about sharing because this blog is very much a geeky blog. It started as a way to connect back to myself, and I want to do that again. The post I have planned is very personal to me but what comes after it will be a short series of geek culture posts relating to mental health. All personal posts will continue to have the Spoilers! tag on them as a warning to those who don’t want to read personal posts (which is quite alright!), but there will be a link back to the original post in the short geeky series that talks about mental health that I am planning.
I can’t wait to read what you guys think about these some-what new personal posts that I have coming up. If it’s not your cup of tea, I understand. Every personal post is tagged with the Spoilers! category and header. If you find yourself reading through a post that links back to my personal one, it’s for a good reason, I promise.