Tia Booth Celebrates One-Year Anniversary of Living in Nashville
Time flies when you’re thriving! Tia Booth headed over to Instagram on Monday to celebrate her one-year anniversary of living in Nashville, Tennessee.
“Holy moly today is my ONE YEAR anniversary of living in Nashville!!! What started as a move slightly motivated by spite has turned into one of the most rewarding years of my life,” wrote the beloved “Bachelor” alum, who moved to Music City from her home state of Arkansas.
“With the devastating tornado 2 weeks after I moved and Covid taking over shortly after, I’ve had MANY moments of doubt and discouragement,” she continued, referring to Tennessee’s deadly tornado outbreak in March 2020 and the ongoing health pandemic. “WHY would I feel led to move NOW?? (No such thing as coincidence).”
Tia concluded, “But despite all the fears, I learned to pivot and adjust and work on living my best damn life. I’ve made lifelong friends, taken on new business opportunities, and I bought a freakin HOUSE! Change is hard, change+adversity is terrifying, but the growth has been so worth it. Cheers to many more, Nashville.”
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The brunette beauty’s inspirational post comes just days after she gave Bachelor Nation a first glimpse inside the new house she recently purchased.
“Nashville, I loved ya so much I decided to make it official!” she wrote alongside a photo of herself sitting on the floor of what appears to be her bedroom. “YA GIRL IS A HOMEOWNER!!!!”
In the pic, Tia looks comfy and casual wearing a Nashville T-shirt and ripped jeans with her hair tied up in a messy bun. She is also seen drinking red wine straight from the bottle while taking a break from assembling her bedframe. “As you can see, it’s going great,” she jokingly added in her caption.
Back in January Tia revealed that she bought her first home at 29. In an Instagram post, the physical therapist-turned-social media influencer detailed her house-hunting experience with real estate agent Ashley Thompson.
“[We] prayed that the right offer would be accepted,” Tia wrote, explaining that she felt the spirit of her late grandmother — who passed away in December — throughout the entire process. “I truly believe my Nanny was there every step of the way, and I know she would be so proud of me.”