It’s Okay to Outgrow the Life You Thought You Wanted

How do we untether ourselves from the people we imagined we’d become?

An overgrown array of flowers and roses and ivy growing up the side of a brick building, and out a small window.

Growing out of things is spun as a given: Old clothes that no longer fit or feel like you, jobs or schools, phases of life, living situations, habits. Growth is part of the plan, the part those of us lucky enough to get to grow up, and continue growing, go…

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Author of An Ordinary Age, out 5/4/2021. Freelance writer. Kentuckian.

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Author of An Ordinary Age, out 5/4/2021. Freelance writer. Kentuckian.

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