Some of you have been asking me why new posts have been coming so few and far between as of late. Time has been particularly tight lately, and I have had to stay tight lipped on it for a variety of reasons, but I am finally ready to share my big news…



Typically I am a cripplingly risk averse person. I don’t like committing to anything unless I know exactly what I am getting myself into. As of now, I have no clue what is in front of me- I don’t have an apartment or a job lined up yet, and the feeling is surprisingly exhilarating. That being said, if you are/know someone looking for a marketing analyst that you also woulnd’t mind sitting next to on a plane, please contact me!

Cathedral of Junk

Providence has been such a wonderful and welcoming home for me the last two years. I have enjoyed living the Rhody life, never knowing what is going to be around the next corner- be it an adventure to Big Nazo or a surprise marching band parade through the middle of the street. I have indulged in one too many baskets of glaringly yellow popcorn at Hot Club and enjoyed watching the sun set over the state house from Congden Street. But as many a drunk sorority girl has yelled before me, “you miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.” Having stayed close to home for college, I know that this is my time to take these chances, before I have children, a mortgage, and real roots. Low risk- High reward.


There are still a few too many lingering questions. Most relevantly to here, how can I pen Musings from Providence while I am in Austin. The answer will come in the following weeks. Until then, I will still try to bring you sights in sounds from the Creative Capital and crafts from Musings World Headquarters- my kitchen- in addition to trying to practice saying “y’all” and “hook ’em horns” without sounding entirely pathetic. Wish me luck!


Join the conversation! 3 Comments

  1. how exciting!! as much as i loved the east coast, i know i’m destined to live in the south at some point! can’t wait to follow along with your new southern life! 🙂

  2. You’re gonna love it! I lived there for 4 years whole in college, it’s one of the most interesting (in a great way) city on earth.


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