How full is your glass?
Every Monday, I come into work and chat to my colleagues about the weekend and we all mention how it ‘went too fast’ and how we ‘need another one to recover’ but today (and I’m not quite sure why) I’m just not feeling it. I think it’s finally time for me to just say ENOUGH to the moaning and glass half emptiness and start to look at things more positively.
I’ve been jokingly saying to my mates this weekend how I’m trying to be a better person. Now, I don’t mean I’m going to single handily change the world, or be a new person all together (don’t get me wrong, I’m still gonna shout expletives at the bastards who cut me up on the motorway every morning), I think I mean, I’m just gonna try not to let it bother me as much and appreciate how good life is. Rather than dwell on things that I think if I change x, y and z, it’ll make me happy.
I’ve been feeling a bit down the past few weeks and my heads felt a bit like a grey cloud has been looming, but this morning I just feel ready. Ready to tackle my job, ready to smash my work out, ready to set some goals (e.g. say no to the chocolate biscuits (maybe) and try not to spend my monthly wage in a week), and ready for the cloud to clear. I’m not saying this is going to last all week, I’m not even sure it’s going to last all day, BUT nevertheless, right now, in this moment @ 11:04 am I would like to document this feeling and run with it.
If the Sunday night blues have run through to Monday for you, have some of my motivation and see how good of a day you can start your week with.
P.s Someone stole the Suzuki ‘S’ badge off the front of my car this weekend and even that’s not bothered me because I can’t stop laughing! Who knew Suzuki Swifts were such valuable collectables? LOL.