I started realizing something today. This coming January, I am going to start a new chapter in my life. After spending four months living in Orlando, Florida, I am moving back to work for Disney again. The four months I was there were some of the best times of my life. I got to work for an amazing company, met some of the coolest people in the world and got to experience things that central Minnesota just doesn’t have to offer. When I made the decision to move back to Florida, it was pretty easy. I had no boyfriend, all my friends are graduating and the weather was really annoying me. My family is beginning to understand how much this means to me and they are finally onboard. My friends, also kinda onboard, are excited to come visit and watch me grew. One thing that sucked was that I started getting semi-serious with someone amazing and had to break things off with them. My love life was always something I kept on the back burner since my last and only relationship I held onto in the past turned toxic and bad. I feel bad for breaking things off with him, but in an effort to make myself grow, I had to do it. My realization of the day was that I have to make sacrifices in order to be happy. I’m moving 1400 miles away to do something for me. A job isn’t lined up, nor is an apartment. My final semester of school, I will be taking out as many student loans as possible and saving every penny. The idea that I will fail does not scare me. In fact, if I do fail, I can always tell my family that I went for something that I was passionate about. One thing that will make all this easier is the fact that I am moving with a friend, also from the Midwest, and I have many friends and connections in Orlando. I may be crazy for doing it, but its something that keeps me awake with excitement every evening. Good night.