New Hampshire

My Hope for you reading this, is that you find a place that brings your soul so much joy.

As I am sitting here writing this post I hear the birds chirping and the water rushing down the stream outside my window. I have no words for how great this area has been for me. This place has brought me an incredible amount of joy, peace, and really starting to find myself. I am so proud of who I have become. NH has been a surprising part of my journey and I wouldn’t trade it for anything. I have had so many beautiful experiences in so many beautiful places with so many beautiful people. I am so very grateful that the universe brought me here because this place has truly been amazing.

Ever since I have arrived it has felt like home to me but I do know that home is feeling wherever you are. Here, I have felt more like myself than I ever have before. I’ve also met so many great people, at my job, when I was hiking, traveling around the state and some of the roommates that I got to live with. There is still so much I have yet to explore here in NH, but I still have the whole country to explore and I can’t wait.

So far this is my favorite place I have lived, mostly because of the outdoors. (Yes, I’ve only lived in New York my whole life, but New Hampshire is truly beautiful). I love the area that I am living in, and the fact that I am so close to the White Mountains with tons of hiking, and that I am only 2 hours from the ocean. I wouldn’t be surprised if I ended up here. For me, being able to be out in nature, in the woods and in the mountains. It feels like it brings me back to who I am and makes me feel so much joy.

Artist’s Bluff, a must see spot if you’re ever in the White Mountains.

It is so hard for me to explain how this place feels to me. Its an indescribable feeling that just resonates with my soul so much. Nature is truly one of the greatest healers. If you ever feel stuck, angry, or a little lost in life, just go out in nature and take a walk. I am so very grateful for my time here in NH and at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center. I completely understand why people live in an area like this one.

Thanks for making NH feel like home. #natureforthewin

The People. All of the people I met made this place feel even more amazing than I ever thought would be possible. One person in particular helped to make this place feel even more like home. We are both on the same spiritual journey trying to find ourselves and we just resonated with each other with wonderful conversations about life. There is so much I have learned from her as such a great friend, that I am so grateful that we have crossed paths. The universe put us together for a reason. She for sure will be a life long friend of mine. Wherever you are girl, I hope you are crushing it and making the most of life! I believe she is part of my soul tribe and we were probably great friends in past lives.

If you love being in the mountains (they are not big mountains like out in the Western part of the US) or just love being out in nature, New Hampshire should definitely be on your list to visit! My Hope for you reading this, is that you find a place that brings your soul so much joy. A place that you feel within your heart, is home. And even if you leave, just know you can always come back. Cheers my friends, to the next great Chapter of my life, it’s time for something new!

Much Love,
CLD

Here are some of my favorite memories:

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