If you follow me in any type of digital/social/analog capacity, you may have noticed I’ve been a bit quiet lately.
No, I did not win an exclusive 5-day cruise with the Obamas.
What has happened has been arguably better. In the past week, major life transition has come my way: Beth and I moved into a new apartment (more on that next week), and more importantly, I started on a new team!
I saved the news until today for a special reason. Exactly one year ago at this hour I was moving my 5 pieces of luggage into our beloved aha airstream and getting ready to re-embark on another grand adventure. One year ago. Twelve months.
Yet I feel 700 days older and wiser than last year. I’m more laser-focused on my direction in life. As a leader, I’ve learned how to roll with the punches (and when to punch). And city life has hardened me ever so slightly; any lingering fears of conflict are pretty much gone.
The past two years were a wonderful season in my life, working alongside some of my favorite people. I am a product of working with Brittany and Andy; of working with Jon and Todd; Meg and B.; Lauren and Len; of working with Gary, Dave, Kait, Nat and Ben.
But what’s next?
In a crazy whirlwind of events, I have embarked on a new and exciting adventure at Not For Sale! Not For Sale works to end modern-day slavery through work on the ground, work in supply chains, and through upcoming developments. I’m excited and honored to play a part. Starting Monday, I began weaving into the wonderful NFS tapestry as their marketing and communications director. I feel so blessed to spin my creative wheels towards something I care so vehemently about.
I will share more next week (once I’m more settled into the new apartment and have steady wi-fi). Right now I’m averaging ~4 cups of coffee a day. But I will say this: Though sleepless and still transitioning from my beloved work with SeeSparkGo and Brian Solis, I am supremely happy:)
And no amount of Philz or Sightglass coffee could make that happen.