Life didn’t go the way I expected for 2018. At this time last year I felt like I had things going well. We could buy a house and start really thinking about having a family. Needless to say that all got blown out of the water.

Instead of setting resolutions for this year I chose to look back on this dumpster fire of a year and find the lessons that I could from the wreckage. No I did not do anything that I expected. If anything instead of buying a house, I moved back in with my parents. By any measurement, it seems like I went backward, but in the end even then I learned lessons that I might not have other wise.

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There is a time in our lives when we figure out that we are adults. When that time is...we sometimes don't know. Even at 32. I'm just a young woman trying to restart and learn how to live as an adult after years of just making ends meet. Coming out of a divorce was something horrid for Erika, but opening up to my authentic self and finding joy in the things I love has been a huge step forward. Becoming an adult isn't about the age you are at, but being comfortable in what you do, what you love and who you are.

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