When I moved into this house 16 days ago, I was a mess. I’d had stress and anxiety for a solid year. My left knee had given out, making walking, and particularly going up and down stairs difficult and painful. My back was sore. I was overthinking everything.
Moving is one of the most difficult things to do, especially in winter, during a snowstorm and freezing cold.
My fingers and heels were dry and cracked.
While packing up the house, I had a crew waterproofing the basement.
I bought a house with no basement. That was a definite selling point for me. It has a sauna, which I have used 14 of the last 16 evenings. I’ve been moisturizing my skin, drinking lots of water and trying to eat better. My hands and feet, my back and knee are better.
I have a few more boxes to unpack, but I’ve taken this month to move in before starting my new job.
I miss my friends in my former town, but I’m really enjoying being here!
I can find my way around, and lots of things are within walking distance.
There are still unknowns, but that’s what makes this an adventure!