I remember in middle school a lot of teachers and pastors focused on teaching about identity, because we were “at that age” when you start to discover yourself.  At the time, I didn’t really understand what it meant to “find myself,” because I felt pretty confident in who I was.  Throughout my years in school and college, I was a devoted daughter, a hard working student, and a committed Christian.

After going through so many life transitions last year, I have been thinking a lot about my identity in a new way as I’ve begun to take on new roles in my career and in my personal life.  And, as I’ve been blogging more consistently, I’ve also been trying to figure out who I am on this space.  

As I delve deeper into who I am and who I want to be, I will be sharing some posts about the process.  In the meantime, I hope to carry out the advice of Gandhi…

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”

See other posts in this series here…
I am a Daughter
I am a Wife
I am a Teacher