A Fresh SeasonBlog By Carrie Fediuk

About Me

Second Time Around

I am a blog, social media (Instagram is my social channel of choice!), and podcast enthusiast. Digital channels have connected us to individuals outside of our normal family and social circles, offering up a myriad number of stories and experiences that span across several seasons of life.

Starting this blog, I thought I had many challenges ahead of me. The biggest: My age or season of life. When digital media and social channels were in their infancy, I didn't see many women like me. By “like me,” I mean women my age or season of life. That's changed and I have connected with many. I just think we can use more. Don’t get me wrong: Can I learn and apply what I read on a blog post by someone in his or her 30’s? You bet. Can I apply and learn what I see on an Instagram post from a young mom that I can apply to my life? You bet.

Young women – and men – have provided a new set of eyes on the world and opened mine. I think I can do the same for others. A desire to learn and grow does not have any boundaries or barriers. You just need to be open to seeking out new ways of looking at things and being committed to applying what you've learned.

But the truth is there are some aspects of my life that are unique to my age – like staying healthy and keeping fit. My metabolism has – and will – continue to change. And, my body has changed as a result, and my fashion choices have changed, too. I want to connect with others who are experiencing the same.

The bottom line…

Life is good. My life experiences are many and I have a number of stories to share. I plan to share them on this corner of the digital world. What I have gained from my experiences has made me a better person and I want more out of my life. I want purpose in my life and to contribute in some small way. My day-to-day work life has ended but it's not the end of the road for me. This is A Fresh Season and I’m ready to start something new. This blog is a start. I am not sure where it will take me but excited for the adventure. I might be a late bloomer here but that’s OK. Better late than never, right?

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