“Such is life, imaginary or otherwise: a continuous parting of ways, a constant flux of approximation and distanciation, lines of fate intersecting at a point which is no-time, a theoretical crossroads fictitiously ‘present,’ an unstable ice floe forever drifting between was and will be.”

I have been through numerous domain names during my life on the world wide web. I used to tire of domain names within a few months, but my inability to stick with one domain has lessened as I’ve gotten older. In fact, there have been some domain names that have lasted me several years, mostly out of negligence, but who’s keeping track?

My prior domain ALifeinTransition.net was one that I had settled on after the birth of my children, and as I started to settle through the transition of not being a mom, to being a mom, and rediscovering my self-worth. I went from a life of hobbies, and interests, to a full-time mom, and admittedly, I lost myself in that— so it was only fitting that my blog name reflects that. In truth, I never got much use out of it, but it was there when I needed it to be.

Ang in Flux will chronicle my journey through learning how to embrace, dive into, and even accept the transitions, both good and bad, in my life. I want to think of myself as a fairly adaptable person, but I’d be remiss if I didn’t admit I am also oxymoronically rigid. Adaptly rigid.

Ultimately, this blog is meant to serve as a chronicle of my attempts to accept and embrace the flux and as a means for me to sort through the chaos and catastrophic uncertainty in my head that seems to pop up at times. To put it simply, I was lost, floundering with a lack of direction, and I was desperate to not only find myself but to discover who it is I want to be.

Part of that process is learning to embrace that I don’t have to play just one role. I can be a woman, a mom, a wife, a gamer, a blogger, a hero villain, and not in that order. As my children have told me time and time again, without any prompting or anything significant on my part, “Mommy, you’re a superhero.” and it’s simply because I am me.

Join me as I learn how to go with the flux; it will undoubtedly be poignant, maddening, and a little euphoric, but it will also be a journey of acceptance to become the Superhero my children think me to be.


Good Reads

This is a selection of blogs and websites that I admire or determine are Good Reads. Sites range from personal to niche specific blogs.

  • aflux.net

    Anna is a woman I really admire because she is unapologetically herself. One day I hope to be the same.

  • disguised.me

    Alecia is someone I have known from a very young, idiotic age. We have shared our fair share of ups and downs, and if I’m honest, she’s likely one of the few people that really knows me. I’ve been to hell and back with this woman, and for some reason, even we fall into our own lives and don’t speak for months, sometimes years; when we do speak it’s as if no time has passed at all. Basically we’re both old, cynical ladies who dislikes mostall of the world’s population, and yes, even sometimes each other. It just works, ok?

  • aroundthewardin80days.com

    Ida is a journalist in Northern England who also suffers from mental illness. She, like I, was a high functioning depressed individual and after many months of decreasing mental health and attempted suicide, was hospitalized for nearly three months. Her blog is a HUGE inspiration and resource as she blogs about her journey towards recovery.

  • Bran.nu

    Brandy is an Endometriosis survivor who resides on the east coast of the United States, who often posts about technology as well as her struggles with chronic pain.

  • namawrites.com

    Nat is an aspiring writer and a mom to a sassy little girl. She often posts about her struggles with creativity overload which is something I can often relate to.

  • nicolejeanette.me

    Nicole is a Web Developer from Puerto Rico that often posts about gaming and web development. She enjoys sharing her hobbies and interests and makes for a very interesting read.

  • randiftw.com

    Randi is a fellow infertility warrior that often talks about her journey as well as her interests and hobbies which center namely around gaming and technology.


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