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Now that I’m a year out of college, I find myself wondering more and more where I’ll live in the future.

I’m still living in Baltimore, where I went to school, and while I don’t want to stay here for the long run, I also don’t want to move back home.

But I feel so unsure with all of the possible directions there are to go, and anxious about the idea of having to move my whole life again after I’ve just settled in somewhere.

Like a lot of people my age, I feel saddled with a sense of impermanence.

When my plants wither, it feels like a reflection of my own setbacks

Taking care of myself and my plants can be an uphill battle

Kate not Katie: Why I dropped the ‘i’ in my name

As I got older, my name started to feel like a too-small sweater

My parents’ divorce stopped me from being the kid I wanted to be. Here’s how I healed.

I realized every family has their own story, and this is mine