A New Chapter

 

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I saw this quote from The Champagne Diet on Instagram (who doesn’t love that handle, by the way) and thought it was perfect timing. Cause, it’s more or less a new chapter these days for this girl. After a great stint at my current agency, I am heading to a new smaller creative shop in Ohio City. The agency has always been one of my favorites when it comes to creative and new ideas so when the opportunity presented itself to become an Account Director with them, I had to take it.

There’s more that comes with the new chapter like: spending time with quality friends, realizing those that are important and deserve my time/energy, working out with friends, continuing our brunch tradition and staying involved in the CLE. Cause afterall, this is where my heart is.

And before beginning the new work chapter on Monday, Freedom Week 2014 will include lunches with friends, maybe a day Indians game, catching up on my DVR and reading, dinner with one of my best friends, pedis and bubbles with a close friend and a night out with my other best friend. All in all – the perfect few days off.

Because every once and awhile, a gal just needs to reinvent herself.

p.s. huge thanks to my awesome mentor who helped me through the decision making process (I can’t speak highly enough of how Stacey always pushes me and encourages me) and a big thanks to Jessica and Reshae for being supportive, questioning me and encouraging. Lots of love to these ladies!

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About Charlene Ann

30Something, Type A, City Dweller. Lover of bad pop music, coffee, reading, bourbon, to-do lists, wine, trashy TV and Cleveland.
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4 Responses to A New Chapter

  1. StaceyV says:

    Aww shucks – thanks, girlie!! I know you’ll rock your new gig!! 🙂

  2. Congratulations Charlene! I wish you lots of happiness. Changes can be scary, but oh so exciting!

  3. Love the post—Can’t wait to celebrate and watch you bloom!

  4. Pingback: A Year In Review | Life in the CLE

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