I am so sick of seeing myself apologize for my lack of posts on here but I can't help but feel bad for abandoning my page/all of you so often.
Ever since I started my new job I find myself LIVING more and sitting in front of the computer less [except when I am at work, but I am a happy little busy bee all day long!] I have said I am going to make a better effort to post like I was before but the truth is I don't know when/if that will happen.
I am not saying that I am no longer going to blog/write/post by any means so please don't take this the wrong way. I just wanted to explain exactly where I am coming from and where I have been.
Like I mentioned above, I have been LIVING more.
I can say that I am at a place in my life where I have never been happier.
I have NEVER been happier.
It's amazing how much a crappy job, commute, boss, co-workers -whatever- can affect your everyday life.
I was much more unhappy at my old job then I ever let on.
I dreamed of the days I wouldn't have to deal with the BS that went on there or my hellish 90 minute commute [both ways]
I traded all of it in for a local job with a company I had never heard of and a slight pay cut.
You know what?
IT WAS WORTH EVERY PENNY.
I look forward to work every single day.
I work for great people, who appreciate not only me, but everything around them.
I have FUN at work which never crossed my mind as a possibility in my life.
My ideas get turned into actions, everyday and it makes me feel worth it.
I LOVE my job.
I LOVE my life.
I really cannot say it enough.
I am truly blessed and thankful for this opportunity as well as Eddie, family and friends that pushed me to take the risk.
If you don't like something about your life CHANGE IT.
Seriously, life is so so so short... too short to be unhappy in any aspect of it.
Take the risk.
Take the pay cut.
Take a walk on the wild side.
It will change you.
It will remind you WHY you're living.
I mean it.
GO AFTER WHAT YOU WANT.
DON'T STOP UNTIL YOU GET IT.
Because you deserve it.
There will always be bills.
There will always be struggle.
Money isn't everything.