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In April 2010, I got engaged to the love of my life. A few months later, once my eyes re-adjusted after staring at my ring non-stop, I had a thought: getting married really means I’m an adult now. But an adult takes care of herself and does what’s best for her, right? If that’s the case, I’d say I’m a preteen or a teenager, at best.

In all material ways, I take care of myself: I have a successful career that pays well, I pay my bills on time, I have food in my kitchen. But in the spiritual and mental ways, I often put others first. I’m a grade-A people pleaser. And my skills of assertion deserve an F. I’ll often overwork myself in the office or take on too much in my personal life, often foregoing what I really need – a good workout, time to read a book or do something else I enjoy, a good conversation with a friend.

I’ve committed my life to my fiancé. And he deserves a happy, healthy wife who takes care of herself physically and emotionally. And, more importantly, I deserve those things. So I’m making some major changes that will result in a happier, healthier me. This blog details my adventures  in becoming a real adult and heading toward the aisle in November!

I’d love to hear your stories and thoughts. Email me at preaisleadventures@yahoo.com.

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