Stepping into the unknown

It does not matter how slowly you go, as long as you do not stop.

Well, hello there! I’ve missed you, dear readers. And I’ve missed THIS. Sitting at my little desk, words flowing from my fingers tips onto a crisp white space on the screen. I’m back! But things will be a little different around here in 2015. I hope you will step with me into the unknown, because I’m still figuring out exactly what ‘different’ looks like.

As my family and life changes this blog will change with it, as it always has. What does that mean right now? For starters, our big girl, Pebble is turning five and starting school. That’s going to be a big adjustment for us as we get used to all that comes with that gig.

Meanwhile Rocky will turn two and continue part-time at his wonderful child care centre, moving into the toddler room where I just know he will have so many adventures. He also gets to spend a day a week with his Grandma and Aunty J, which is very special for him (and them!). Not to mention that I get two days a week to spend with just him. Now that Pebble is off to school I know how fleeting and treasured that time is.

In other news, I’m taking on more teaching time at school. I’m really excited to be teaching with my bestest teaching partner ever (fist bump Mrs O!). We’ll be taking an awesome group of four and five year old kids through their first year at School, learning with them every step of the way.

I’m also taking a step back from everything, just a little, and focusing on doing a bit less. Not stretching myself too thin, ya know? That’s what I like about this quote – it reminds me to slow down, to breathe, to let go of the FOMO.

As for blogging? I’ll be here, but I don’t know how often. I do know that I’ll be here a lot less than I used to be, for the time being. I’ll see you around.

6 Replies to “Stepping into the unknown”

  1. Life ebbs and flows. With all 3 now at school I’m looking to step it up a bit more, including starting a blog. Still won’t forget to breathe and take time out though. Here’s to the bestest teaching partners ever!

  2. Have a wonderful year Kylie and enjoy the remainder of your holidays. I’ve got two years left with children at home before they start school. Already the feeling is bittersweet and even hard to contemplate being in the classroom again. I know I don’t comment much, but hopefully I will get more of a chance to this year when you do appear now that my triplets are growing up. I’ll look forward to seeing how your site evolves.

  3. It sounds like you have a wonderful year ahead of you. Seeing less of you in the blogging world will mean the anticipation for your posts will grow, there are many blogs I follow that aren’t regular and I get so excited when I see a new post from them! Good luck with all your new endeavors!

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