You hear the alarm go off, you may or may not hit the snooze button for an hour, like I usually do.
Deciding that if you don't get your overworked, tired and exhausted body out of bed you will dreadfully be stuck in traffic, running late to work or dropping the kids off 2 seconds before breakfast begins causing stress and anxiety for them also.
And so your day begins.
The normal morning routine is a blur as you think about all that has to be done on this very day, week or month. Your mind running wild.
You gather the kids, pets, hubs or yourself and charge out the door ready to tackle the day.
Driving to your destination you begin the self pep talk. "I can do this. This is why I do what I do. Look at how many people are counting on you. This will change your future forever. The money is paying off debt or contributing to a future goal. You love what you do. The kid(s) will be ok. They are being taken care of. He loves you. She loves you. They all miss you too. It all happens this way for a reason." And so on and so on.
Isn't it hard to make the most out of something when it feels like the atmosphere is resisting positivity?
Swinging the door open and rushing out the door at the end of the day, you breathe a sigh of relief. You have accomplished another day. You pat yourself on the back. You made it. You did the best you could with what you were given. You have the rest of the night to enter that bubble back into simplicity, happiness and thoughts that you enjoy.
At night I might feel a little overwhelmed with dinner plans, tending to my four year old, catching up with texts and emails and the blog but at the end of the day its about taking a moment for ourselves. Time to breathe. Time to rest. Time to enjoy the little things that make us smile.
Cheers to a happier way of living, a better me and a positive outlook on life.
And for a little more understanding into this post, I am the camel, I am surrounded by seriousness and I really have the need to just let my inner self out!
What day is it? Hump Day! WHOO WHOO!!