5 Days Short Of 2 Months In Boston


I arrived February 14th and have been in constant motion ever since. I worked as and have since quit as a preschool teacher in a private school, proposed and scheduled knitting and dyeing workshops, and have worked one day each as a pedicab rider and on a farm (and will most likely be working many more of those days).

I moved because I didn’t have any reason not to and because it felt right. I have been taking risks and while some have backfired, most have paid off in much more fulfilling ways that I could have imagined.

I am broke, I am stressed, I am heavily reliant on my free groceries from the farm, and I am the happiest I have ever been.


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