New City

@DanciaKS (189)
March 11, 2017 2:00pm CST
As some of you might be following me on social media, you would know half a year ago, I moved to the beautiful city: Ottawa. New places, new faces, new school, and most of all: a new life. I'm settled now, and the excitement of a new start is fading away. I'm bored, I'm lonely, and things that seemed to be perfect are no longer holding up. So at what point do you crave moving? When do you crave fixing things?
2 people like this
4 responses
@Happy2BeMe (87101)
• Canada
11 Mar 17
Ottawa is a beautiful city. Where did you move from?
1 person likes this
@DanciaKS (189)
13 Mar 17
I'm from Toronto. Architecture is so much nicer in Ottawa, however, I think the Toronto lifestyle suits me better.
1 person likes this
@Happy2BeMe (87101)
• Canada
13 Mar 17
@DanciaKS they are both great places to live for different reasons.
• Peoria, Arizona
11 Mar 17
That excitement isn't fading, you are just getting used to things. It is called life. Perhaps do something, find a hobby, a new restaurant, explore to get yourself out of a rut.
1 person likes this
@DanciaKS (189)
13 Mar 17
It's moreso a loss of expectation. I used to see this place a a beautiful safe haven... Now it's rising in crime and natural disasters are more plentiful
• Peoria, Arizona
13 Mar 17
@DanciaKS I would think Ottawa was a nice place, I never been there but anywhere in Canada I have heard nothing but good. Anywhere you go there is going to be problems, I have only moved once in my life and the rut set in fast.
@JohnRoberts (76626)
• Los Angeles, California
11 Mar 17
I visited Ottawa once. Capitol of Canada. I don't like moving. So much work.
1 person likes this
@DanciaKS (189)
13 Mar 17
Ottawa is nice. Still trying to decide if I want to live here for long
1 person likes this
@MALUSE (48843)
• Germany
11 Mar 17
Is it possible that you get bored everywhere after a while? Maybe you should find hobbies to fill your time in a sensible and satisfying way. Find something which brings you into contact with people. If you don't know nice people, you won't like it anywhere.
1 person likes this
@DanciaKS (189)
13 Mar 17
It's not that I don't have hobbies or friends. I'm a nocturnal person which worked nicely in Toronto because there are nocturnal people there and more things open at night. Here, I can only hang out with people during the day, the only thing open at night are diners and bars (which close at 1 or 2 am). I'm still writing, making music, taking pictures, modelling, volunteering, etc.