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Tremendous Times is Moving & the E-Guide Resources for Everyday Adventurers

Tremendous Times is Moving & the E-Guide Resources for Everyday Adventurers

It’s been on my mind for months now. I’ve been planning and arranging things and asking for all the advice and help I can get. I’ve told my family, my friends and now I’m finally telling you: this Saturday I’m ending my long distance relationship.

That is to say, I’m ending my long distance relationship to have a, um, normal distance one. Starting February 1st I will no longer be living in the beautiful, foggy city of San Francisco, but I will call sunny Los Angeles home! Long distance relationships can actually be a lot of fun — mine certainly has been — but they are tiring. I’ve put in a lot of energy to make things work hundreds of miles apart, and now I’m pretty stoked on replacing my FaceTime dates with IRL dates. This also means I’ll probably want to shave my legs more often, but that’s a sacrifice I’m willing to make.

The fact that I’m dating someone in LA is certainly a big reason why I’m moving there, but it’s not the only one. While my love for the Bay runs deep, I’ve never really pictured myself staying in one city forever and ever amen. I’ve spent 3 absolutely fabulous years here and can’t wait to go somewhere new for a while and shake things up. I am excited, nervous and very much looking forward to this change.

Needless to say, last week was stressful as I started to pack. This week is going to be insane. Not only do I have to finish getting my stuff boxed up and seeing friends before Saturday, but I have to devour as many Mission burritos as humanly possible. El Toro, La Corneta, Little Chihuahua…where to start? I will be a busy, busy girl. Anyway, while I pack on the pounds and try to avoid going into complete crazy woman mode, you can feel free to join me on my moving adventures to Los Angeles — I’ll be posting on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Expect at least two totally adorable photos of my cat riding shotgun in a U-Haul.

Me and a burrito

I ❤ Burrito

Now, aside from that hella cool announcement, I have something even more killer in the works. Very soon — like in the next few weeks — I will be releasing an awesome mini e-guide for you called Resources for Everyday Adventurers. If you’re wishing that all the great suggestions I make for ways to spice up your life were all in one place, then bam, consider your wish granted.

If you like what Tremendous Times has to offer, if you want more adventure in your life, if you enjoyed 30 Things to Do When You’re Bored or Broke (or Both), then you will love Resources for Everyday Adventurers.

The best part is that getting the guide is free and easy: all you have to do is sign up for my newsletter, Tremendous Times Journal. Seriously. Anyone who signs up for it will receive a copy of this mini book in their inbox once it’s complete. By signing up right now for Tremendous Times Journal, you’ll get access to Resources for Everyday Adventurers before anyone else.

The newsletter, which is brand spankin’ new, means that you’ll receive 1-2 additional emails per month of content. There will be pictures, news, links, sneak previews, polls, advice and other supercool things that you won’t see on the blog. And I promise that it will be 100% non-spammy and I will never share your email address.

Interested? Sign up here!

Woohoo! Wow, so much exciting stuff. Now I’m off to pack some more and stuff my face with a burrito, bye.

What sort of helpful tips and links would you like to see in the Resources for Everyday Adventurers — ways to earn extra cash, ways to meet new people, cheap travel options…? Also, if you could move to any city right now, where would you go?

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3 thoughts on “Tremendous Times is Moving & the E-Guide Resources for Everyday Adventurers

  1. Congrats on the move! Some years ago now I was in a similar position and totally, cutting the distance is great. Unfortunately I’m temporarily doing long distance again as I’m in Seattle with my new job and my boyfriend is wrapping things up back in Nashville and then moving, but it won’t be for long. Anyway, all of that to say I feel ya and I’m glad you have this opportunity! I hope you enjoy life in LA and your pre-move burritos. 🙂

    To answer your question: I’d move to Helsinki.

    • Thank you! Long distance is certainly easier when you know you have an end date to it, so the past few months I’ve been like, “I just gotta power through it!” So I’m glad to hear your LDR situation won’t be for long. 🙂

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