Am I doing this right? Navigating the first year of marriage.

I’m married.

I’m happy.

And I’m leaning on faith to figure this out.

I’ve toyed around with the idea of a blog but since everyone with a smartphone is now also a writer I, more-often-than-not, came to the conclusion: Why add to the cyberspace clutter?

However, I’ve now had not one, not two, but three writing mentors tell me blogging is a necessity if you have something to say…a story to tell.

So here we go.

I am a Jesus loving feminist with a passion for seeing the world and carbs. I cuss like someone who’s spent way too much time in a  newsroom (sorry mom) and I’m constantly battling my love of pretty things with the reality that material trappings don’t really matter.

I am flawed – but I am trying.

I am an award winning journalist turned PR pro who now freelances travel and food stories while helping brands shape their stories. I am the oldest child from arguably the world’s best and loudest family and am married to the most loving, supportive man.  Truly. Take every cheesy, cliched, gag-me-with-a-spoon love phrase out there – he embodies it.

This will be an unfiltered look into the first 365 days of this fresh, new chapter.  It will not always be witty, but it will always be honest.

It’s admittedly a bit intimidating knowing anyone bored and browsing could stumble upon my documentation of this journey, so I’m asking for feedback, support, and grace as I try and figure this all out.

Here’s hoping support outweighs any snark.

 

xoxo

 

 

21 thoughts on “Am I doing this right? Navigating the first year of marriage.

  1. Congratualtions on your marriage! What a great idea for a blog. I’ve been married 20 years this year to my high school sweetheart. I wish you a lifetime of happiness ahead ❤

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  2. Ahh I’m obsessed with your blog already! Although I’m not married nor even close to it–it holds so much truth and again you’re writing technique is amazing

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  3. Congratulations! Love your intro of yourself: the perfect amount of information, professionalism and personality all combined into a short post. Good luck, and I can’t wait to follow along!

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  4. Congratulations, newlywed! You’re off on a great adventure. I invite you to read my latest post, “My (So Much) Better Half)”, about my 32nd wedding anniversary. I wish you both a long and beautiful life together.

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