Moving from “If, then” to “Now, I am”

I’m here. I’ve been in San Francisco for three months now. Part of me feels like I just arrived and another part feels like it’s been a lifetime. Both are true in their own right.

This time last year I had just moved to New York and had never been more sure that I was in the right place at the right time.

Manhattan

Life has a funny way of reminding you that your expectations are sheer hypotheses. I’ve filled my life with “If..then..” clauses and none of them have actually held true.

What I’ve learned to say in lieu of my endless hypotheses is “Now, I am..”

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