Bucket List: August 2012

142. Live in a different time zone
 
I don’t know why I’ve always wanted to do this, but having lived in the Eastern time zone all my life, I thought it might be fun to live in a different region of the country.  Even though I’m not super far away, I did check this one off by moving to Alabama.  I’ve lived in the north, I’ve lived in Florida (it gets its own category), and now I’m living in the south.  I’m excited for this experience!
143. Move to a city where you don’t know anyone
This is one of those that’s so much easier said than done.  Throughout my college career, I heard so many people say they wanted to move somewhere to get a fresh start.  I said it too.  But when it came down to it, choosing to move to a city where you don’t know anyone is intimidating.  Fact is, you’re all alone.  Your friends aren’t here.  You have to start from square one.  Moving to Tuscaloosa has been one of the scariest experiences of my life, but I’ve been learning so much about myself along the way.  I’m happy to have the opportunity to cross this one off, but next time I move somewhere new, hopefully I’ll have a boyfriend/fiancé/husband coming along with me.
 
150. Go to graduate school
 
After applying, waiting to hear back, and finally making a decision, I finally started grad school on August 22, 2012!!  It’s going to be such a hectic year (I’m doing a 12 month program), but I know that this year will push me to be the best student and PR professional that I can be.  I can’t wait to learn from incredible faculty members as well as my classmates.
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Christina Bockisch is a passionate advocate for mental health and believes that sharing her story is the best way to help break the stigma surrounding mental illness. When she's not writing for her blog, Christina enjoys participating in mud runs, spending time with her dog, baking cookies and watching Harry Potter or Star Wars marathons on TV.

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