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Hello rebels and renegades, I'm returning to the fight after a few years away. In that time, I started a few more battles - one with school (I'm in my last year of law school as of next month), one with work (started a great new job), one with geography (I moved, and am getting ready to move again), one with the pandemic, and some smaller ones with family (lots of loving but misguided situations). As a result of all of that, my health and fitness went down the drain. I gained almost 30 lb. I'm back because I really need some help and motivation to get me on track. I kno
Hello rebels! It's been a very, very long time. I left off being this super cool badass that ran a Spartan race and accidentally did cross-country-runs through landmine-infested forests. I'm a long, long way away from that. Currently I work 60-100 hours a week. I had 4 weeks of forced vacation in April, and even though I couldn't leave my apartment due to COVID-19, I felt the best I have in a long time. My vacation was due to the fact that I got fired for wanting to work from home, and I can't even describe the weight that was lifted off of me.
HI FOLKS! Sassyfrassy (formally known as RoseofMay, names if with the world sparkle in them, and probably a slew of other things because I am truly the most indecisive hummingbird ever!) here! I haven't been around the NF forums for a while. I did come back very briefly at the beginning of 2018, but that petered out very quickly. I'm happy to say that, despite my initial challenge for the new year didn't get anywhere, I've been making positive changes. So, I wanted to make another change and come back to the NF Rebels to share, chat about things, and offer s
I (previously known to the Rebel community as Sambie Wilkes) am back. It's been a year since I was last here, and more than that since I was last here to do serious work. So much has changed, I just don't even... I got divorced last year; that changes everything. One by one, all the things I thought I knew about myself disintegrated, until I was just a line drawing with no detail or substance. Then there was the grieving time when I did nothing but work, sleep, eat, and process my various losses. And now, a year later, I'm starting to pick up pieces of my identity out of the dust, one a