Happy Wednesday lovely people; I hope you’ve all had a great week, and if not, just remember that it’s almost the weekend.
My week has been alright. I’m not going to lie, there have been some parts of this week that have been incredibly shit, but there have also been some parts that have really great. So, instead of sharing the gloom-and-doom crappiness, here are the things I have been grateful for this past week. Continue reading →
Happy Wednesday everybody, I hope you’re all having a great week; if not just remember that it’s almost the weekend (sometimes I feel like that’s the only thing keeping me together “it’s Wednesday, then it’s Thursday and then it’s Friday”, it gets like that sometimes though) and soon this week will be over. Continue reading →
It’s been a couple of weeks since I lasted posted a weekly gratitude list. It’s not that I haven’t been had anything to be grateful for/haven’t been meaning to post; I’ve just been busy, and sick (yes, sick again; there’s a viral infection currently doing the rounds at work – seasonal viruses and open plan floors are a bad combo).
Now that I’ve gotten that out of the way, it’s about time I shared some of the things I’m currently grateful for (I have started a gratitude journal, where I write a list of five things each day I’m grateful for, and was thinking of doing that for this post and as a format for future posts, but I think I left it at work). Continue reading →
This year, one of my ‘bonus’ goals was to seek adventure/do more things that scare me, and so far, facing my fears seems to be what I have made this year about (which has been equally parts liberating and terrifying). Continue reading →
I know, I know; it’s only been a month since I last did a ‘taking stock’ post. I just thought that seeing as Ive been pretty down lately, it might be a nice idea to take some time out to think about the things going on around me, in the hopes that it might give me some perspective.
I am going to try my best to avoid being sarcastic and flippant and to answer each question as honestly as possible. I’ve recently realised that I used humour as a shield when I’m feeling vulnerable, but instead of sounding funny, I end up looking like a huge bitch… Continue reading →