When it Rains, it Pours!
Everyone knows to “be careful what you wish for”..... well long story short I now have about 60 hours a week in paid work commitments. I applied for like every work-from-home kind of independent contractor work that sounded interesting and I pretty much got them all. They're all part time on their own but adding it all up I'm gonna be working all day every day. I am grateful for this many hours at a decent wage. I can stay home and take care of the furkids, and work my own hours. I will have to figure out some better time-management approaches but overall I'll be okay. Plus these jobs are not permanent. They are usually a couple month commitment and then you may or may not be invited back. So going with the flow here!
I am very grateful for friends and family, for love and for support. I am thankful for a place to do my work and the ability to provide for my self and my family. I am grateful for change and I am grateful for signs. Everything works out in the end. I had to go through the sorrow and the loss and the worry of not having things work out to really appreciate it when they do.
I am also very thankful for the universe sending me a message from my advisor for my master's degree...she's still patiently waiting for my thesis project. Getting back to that too as I have had the feeling to finish it after putting if off for many months. Even though I am set to work a lot of hours, I am enjoying what I do and I get to be home to do it. I can focus on me and that is what I need most right now. Very thankful for everything and love and life!
In gratitude, Elizabeth
p.s. Also sending love to the person that has been bothering me the most lately has helped quell the negative feelings surrounding this person and our situation. They are off living their life in bliss and I'm over here making myself suffer. No more! I can choose to be happy and I can forgive and move on. It is true what they say... anger is like swallowing poison and expecting the other person to die, or holding onto a hot coal expecting the other person to get burned....it just isn't worth it. Letting it go as best I can.
Leave a Reply.
My Gratitude Journey
April 15, 2017 - until I feel amazing and decide this is no longer necessary