While it may appear superficial to claim that I will be leaving all the less happy moments behind in 2017, that ultimately will be the goal this year. Most definitely a lot has occurred last year and majority of it had brought me to the point in my life where I actually felt a push to move out of my comfort zone. Though at the end of the day, I’m still where I was back in July in terms of work, I am much more happy now than I previously was.
I hate to admit that I’ve returned to my comfort of being in a stationary position with menial work but I actually quite enjoy it, which is also the root cause of my lack of blog updates recently because I don’t have much to write about or address. I may or may not have previously mentioned that the amount of work, the contents of my work, and the location of my work primarily has no hold over my decision of leaving or staying with my employer. It all boils down to leadership and I definitely appreciate working with a leader rather than a “manager.” It might have taken a bit of time for progress to show but it did, and I am quite happy with where I am now. Like I’ve said before, all I care for is a stable paycheck and a steady life style, I am a very simple person. Do I still wish to be able to have a job that allows me to work remotely from home? Absolutely! But that is no longer the priority.
Health wise, I am definitely doing a lot better nowadays as opposed to before. I’ve experienced no random bursts of frustration or any signs pointing to another meltdown. Though my physical health is in a much worse shape than my mental health. 2018 will be the year of wellness improvement and more consumption of all things good for my body. It has been over a year since I was diagnosed with PCOS and my doctor recommending a strict diet and exercise as it ties in somehow with my hormonal imbalance, it’s about time I start following directions.
It had been one heck of a year what with all of the job hunting and interviews and the Mr. working on his second food truck. He has officially received his second truck and the soft opening will be on his birthday next week! We are all super excited and I honestly love the menu on this baby a lot more than the first one (palate preference, nothing wrong with the first one).
2017 has come and gone. We’ve had cries and laughters, departures and arrivals, and most importantly, another year of memories in the books. This holiday season somehow just flew by and I just couldn’t get a grasp on it for some reason. I’m not working longer hours nor has my commute changed but the holidays just seemed to have slipped right under my radar. Whatever the case, I’m glad I was still able to spend good times with good people. I shall be looking forward to a lifestyle containing plenty of greens and no white rice (I’m crying inside). Goodbye 2017, hello 2018!