It doesn't just pour craziness and difficulty though, I've also have so many great friends, family, and neighbors who have lent a hand to help me overcome the crippling anxiety that is bound to set in when you have taken on more responsibility than you are accustomed to or can handle on your own. I'm grateful for all my friends that helped me move, paint & put together furniture. I'm so thankful for my friends & family, & complete strangers that distracted me from my worries, reminded me to eat, encouraged me, let me live in their homes when I didn't have one & put a smile on my face. I'm grateful that there are still honest people in this world, like the movers that returned the lost box containing all my jewelry.
Thanks everyone!!!! Here's to hoping all my boxes and suitcases are emptied & put away soon...
"...Treat the feeling of overwhelming anxiety as our friend, for it is an emotional indicator letting us know that we need to slow down, and to readjust our center of focus on something else that makes us feel better.
It is also a reminder that life doesn’t have to feel bad, that we have choices, and that we can design our day and especially our experiences.
And no matter how rough our day was today, or yesterday may have been, every morning is a new beginning, a new chance for you to rewrite the story of your life..." -Tina Su of Think Simple Now