11 thoughts on “About Me

  1. dear speck, even if nothing else comes of this great experiment (though of course it will), this page has been lovely & supportive for me to read at this point in my life.
    thank you.

    -ingrid

    1. Ingrid – Glad to hear it. It’s been interesting – A lot of people seem to relate to this post. I guess we are all trying to figure out how to live happy, fulfilling lives, and strike a balance between what we need to do and are supposed to do, in the end. I hope I’ll see you on the other end of this trip – I’m sure to hit up the West Coast after my travels…

  2. Sarah – I can COMPLETELY identify with the struggle you describe. You might just inspire me to take a similar leap of faith. It was great to see you at reunion. If your trekking ever brings you to Montana, I’d be delighted to show you around.

  3. Sounds like you are actually REALLY clear Sarah about where you’ve been and where you need to head and how you truly need to live your life…..sounds yummy. A post-Saturn’s Return sounds just right where you are.

    Be well my love and enjoy…

  4. Sara!! Congratulations and safe journey! I, too, am in what I’ve been calling an existential crisis and am going to travel in SE Asia for a bit. Maybe our paths will cross at some point. All the best,
    Kate

  5. Just because others choose to call whatever you’re feeling/going through a ‘crisis’, that doesn’t mean it is. 🙂

    Just found your site surfing through some tags – best of luck to you and will try to keep up. Maybe you’ll help with the planning for mine, which is one year from today.

  6. Hi,
    I just sign up your blog for different reasons.
    We like the same thing (photography and traval), your blog is really well done (I’m thinking of taking some ideas to change mine, if you please) and above all we are the same age 🙂
    Se you soon…

  7. Sarah,

    All I can say is that I completely understand. I’ve been working in the environmental field for 8 years as person A and the whole time person B was kicking around inside my chest begging to be recognized. It got to the point where person B screamed so loud I couldn’t help but hear it, and I decided that person B was the person I really wanted to be and that I could still carry the values that meant so much to be as person A into the life I want to live as person B.

    So, I, too, have quit my job (well… 10 weeks left, but I’ve put in my resignation) and will leave to travel the world. My goal is to live a life of passion, creativity and joy. I want to vibrate, if you know what I mean. In fact, I think I’ve already started 🙂

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