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I love Southern life, but I feel like the fibers inside my body are gravitating me to somwhere more...exotic? I want to get my degree, get some skills, and try something new. I have one last car payment left, and then I own it. So, I am going to have tons and tons of extra money left over. I'm taking a trip to New York and then off on a cruise sometime early April. My passport is going to cost me a whopping $195, but completely worth it! I want to enjoy my life.

Live everyday like it's your last.

Traveling & happiness is completely important to me. Almost more important than stability. I'm an earth sign, but I never really feel grounded, though I flirt with the idea of being in one place. If I'm going to buy a plane ticket to NY, I am staying the whole month of April, and just take it all in. Yeah, that sounds nice... I recently visited my family back in FLA. It was a nice, but too quick weekend. I was honestly ready to get back to ATL, which is very strange for me. It's a strange chapter in my life...





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