Today will be a better day
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Today will be a better day
Okay, maybe it’s a poor running analogy. But those of you who have been following my blog since January may have noticed that the posts aren’t coming as regularly as before, and that there are many more gaps in my days. I want to keep up and finish this project, but the reality is…
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So as I was saying in the last post, it’s been rough over the past couple of weeks. Here, at the 6 month point of my job, I thought that I was doing really well. There’s nothing like messing up royally to take the wind out of your sails. And now I’m sitting here wondering if I’m cut out for the job. It would be really easy to give up and say, “You know what? Maybe someone else would be better suited to the job than me.” It’s tempting. But, I have invested so much into this career change that it would be ridiculous to give up without trying to make it work. Continue reading ‘Weekend thoughts’
It’s been a very lazy weekend. Spent most of yesterday napping (which made it horrendous to try and sleep last night) and playing with the cats. Got a late start to the morning. Ended up treating myself to a bath with one of Saje’s Well Being bath swishes. If you know this product, then you know that there’s a little message inside. Here’s mine. Continue reading ‘Life as I know it (then and now)’
Over the past few days, I’ve been wondering if this blog challenge was made up by someone fairly young. What with all the crushes on celebrities and whatnot. Now I’m pretty sure that the author was much younger than me. He or she would have to be to ask this kind of question today.
You know what I want to be when I get older? I want to be Continue reading ‘Day 17: What do you want to be when you get older?’
All paths are the same, leading nowhere.
Therefore follow the path with heart.
~ Carlos Castaneda
The story of this quote and how I consider it my guide in life goes back a few years. In 2005, Continue reading ‘Day 11: What is your favourite quote?’
Years ago, a former employer asked me if I read. I must have given him a puzzled look because he then clarified and asked if I read for fun. Back then it seemed like such an odd question; of course I read for fun. I was constantly reading as a kid. When we’d go to the school library to pick out a book for the week, I’d be so busy reading the books that I’d forget to actually pick one to read later. More recently, I read the last Harry Potter book in less that 24 hours (it would have been faster but work got in the way). Continue reading ‘Day 7: Do you read? What are your favourite books?’