I've just entered into my fifth month in Sydney, and though I still have just over half a year left on my Working Holiday Visa, I've decided to end things here and move onto a new chapter. I booked my... Continue Reading →
So, I'm back in the San Francisco, Bay Area! What an amazing journey it's been. My last post wasn't very uplifting, and I'm not sure if this one will be either, but my next post will be dedicated to the... Continue Reading →
I really appreciate the honesty of this blogger. I personally don’t know if I’ll have kids in the future, so it’s nice to see other people who’ve made a choice and stand behind it. Kids are not for everyone. I’m sure many travelers wonder if they’ll have kids or put off having kids in order to travel. As my travel and life goals list becomes longer, I feel this idea gaining more power.
I’m fairly open about private life events. Actually, I’m 99% certain that I seriously overshare private life events. With that said, I’ll just get on with all that oversharing business.
I’m 24 and I got a tubal ligation just over a week ago. In case you’re not hip to what that means, I’ll explain: a doctor got all up in my guts, removed a piece from both of my fallopian tubes, and literally burned that bridge so that little man sperms can’t get to my eggs. In other words, I’m sterile – of my own accord. Kind of extreme, right?
I’ve known that kiddos were not for me since I was about 12 or 13. At that age, it was a lot of grown-ups exchanging amused but knowing smiles. “Oh-hoh, you’ll change your mind!” “Well, not now but when you’re grown up and have a husband…” But every year, without fail…
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