New Home On The Horizon

Yep, you read that right.

We are leaving Florida shortly for a new destination. Huzzah!!!

I am excited. I tend to usually get excited about starting somewhere new.

Well, that’s not entirely true.

Here’s what really happens, let me know if you can relate…

I get anxious, overwhelmed, nervous, and I overthink all of the things for about 24 up to 48 hours…

Once the initial shock has worn off I get into preparation mode. I google EVERYTHING!
Best schools, neighborhoods, diversity, job opportunities for me, activities for the kids and churches to visit.

Once the research of all.the.things. has been done, I pour over Zillow and Trulia. I join FB groups and observe… I try to catch the vibe of the community I am about to enter… I ask questions like; are they welcoming, will my family be okay, should we engage or just keep to ourselves…

As an ambivert, the idea of keeping to myself seems welcoming to my introverted nature, but my extroverted side wants to get to know everyone and make all the friends… I tend to end up somewhere in the middle no matter where we go. I make a small super close group of friends, but I interact with everyone. Are you like this?

But I digress… The purpose of this post was to announce our departure from my beloved home state of Florida to a new destination where we continue to make our home our favorite place to be one delicious bite at a time.

Stay Tuned,

Foodie Finds Home

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Foodie Finds Home

Military Spouse, Mom x4, Foodie, Semi-crunchy, Travel Aficionado, and Fitness Enthusiast sharing our life and kitchen while learning to make home our favorite place to be.

14 thoughts on “New Home On The Horizon

  1. That sounds so very exciting! I am the same way, I stress hardcore. Everything will turn out great for you though!

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  2. Moving is always a fun and sometimes stressful adventure. I hope your new house brings your family nothing but happiness!

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  3. all the best to your moving out. hope that you’d be all able to adjust. transition is always hard . better to keep your eyes on the brighter tomorrow 🙂

    cha @ littlemisadvencha.com

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