Quote Monday

Last week was the craziness that is GiShwHeS (I’ll post more about it this week).  In addition to working a scattered six day work week, early mornings and closing shifts, I discovered, not that I needed a reminder, that I am not 22 anymore, and that this type of schedule wreaks havoc on my body and sleep cycle.  I was unable to get to the computer to do anything more than upload photos to get scavenger hunt points, so no blogging.  The house is in shambles, the kitchen looks like a bomb went off, and my poor pups have been rather ignored.  Thankfully, I have today off to get back to normal, or my version of normal anyway.

I’m still in zombie mode as I write this, but since getting the new job, I’ve been terrible about getting on any sort of schedule.  No more.  Here’s this week’s quote, partially inspired by GiShwHeS (yes, I’m writing it this way on purpose, we were told to).  One of the items on the scavenger hunt was to: Post messages of love or support on or in lockers of students that you think might need it.  We could all use a few words of inspiration now and again, and that’s what I want to put out in the world.

Believe In Yourself

Have a great week, my friends!  Best of luck to you in all of your endeavors!



2 thoughts on “Quote Monday

  1. Schedules can be tough, especially new ones and also trying to balance out writing time and posting stuff. I tried to say to myself that I will write all my posts for the week in one or two days and then schedule them. I have yet to manage to do this for more than 2 posts inn advance. It’s hard when life gets in the way. Hang in there. 🙂

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    • Thank you! I’ve been hard on myself, but, as with most things, it’s about adjusting. I’ve been thinking about trying that very same thing, getting things ready in advance, maybe it’s time to give it a try. Thanks for the follow! And good luck to you!

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