September’s theme

Summer’s not quite over yet, but September has officially arrived. My morning run took me past the school kids waiting for the bus this morning, with smiling parents snapping pictures of the first day back — maybe for some the first day ever.

I’m always a teensy bit envious of students at this time of year. I know, I know, the stress of being a student can be killer, but nothing beats the smell of new notebooks, new pencils, new pens, and the feeling of “I can do this” that comes with new syllabi, new teachers, and new course loads.

vintage-school-advertisingThen again, I might be sentimentalizing the memories. Maybe just a little…

As for this blog, we thought a good September theme would be “turning points” — in particular, we’re interested in the idea of starting over, whether it be in a new school year, a new job, a new diet and exercise routine, or just a new outlook on life. Since both “Virginia” and I have been going through quite a lot of “turning points” in our own lives this year, we wanted to reflect on that, and maybe hear your reflections as well.

Please help us spread the word about guest posts! LifeInTheGap isn’t a huge blog, but we have a decent number of followers and are always happy to help spread the word about other blogs and writers by posting their good content and sharing it with our readers. We welcome thoughtful guest posts, whether on the current month’s theme or on anything related to being a single young adult balancing faith and life in the world.

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Here’s wishing all of you the best as you embark on a new month, a new school year, and whatever “turning points” you might be facing right now.

-Mabel

*Got the cute vintage image from here.

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