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One-third-life crises happen. Ever have one? I was healthy, single, in my early 30s, and working as a creative project manager in Seattle when mine hit. Everything was fine but fine wasn't cutting it. So, I got busy, did a little self-reflection, took a few risks, tried out some new ideas, and by the time I was 36, had transitioned to freelance copywriter, budding actor and new resident of Austin, Texas. I did my homework Prepared what I could And jumped Almost. The move was delayed when a routine mammogram, prompted by my mother's recent non-invasive breast cancer, revealed microcalcifications in my left breast. I was diagnosed with atypical ductal hyperplasia (ADH), which isn't cancer but is a red flag requiring mammograms every six months for two years. I didn't have cancer I jumped For real this time For the next three years, I embraced the warmth and romance of Austin. There were many attractions to discover, men...

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