I feel possibility. Even though we are in quarantine.
The past few months, I had moments of despondency and yet, since things are going well with new job prospects, I feel a sense of excitement and possibility!
I am excited to develop new skills and learn!
I am not waiting for it, per se, but I am searching and seeking my purpose and am adamant that I will be able to find my purpose! A strong purpose.
The cultural and family tradition that I value include special Christmas dinners and Easter spent with my diverse, fun and crazy family.
I am learning through this epidemic that there are so many good people in this world who are willing to selflessly help those who are in need. I am learning how to be more thankful for what I have and see that my situation is so much better than many people in the world around me.
I am learning to seek joy and happiness.
I am learning to embrace the time I have to reflect and develop myself NOW.
What matters to me the most- my boyfriend who is my best friend. My family is very important to me.
Self development and growing as an individual is something I strive for.
I am thankful that I received such a deep Austrian heritage from my grandparents.
I have the fondest memories of my childhood. The feeling of being carefree and just looking forward to playing with my cousins on the weekends.
My mother who fought breast cancer teaches me about resilience in life. The uncertainty of life is apparent and it teaches me that life is fragile. Every day is a true miracle.
Having left a job that I did for nine years-which I did,mostly enjoy- and pack up my life to travel the world with my boyfriend. This has been the biggest step out of fear for me. We definitely feared many things-what could go wrong, how we would face certain situations etc. Now, we are two months in and have realized that there was nothing to fear. I understand now that fear is in your mind. Fear takes hold of you and is so powerful that it does not allow you to move out of your comfort zone...
Having left a job that I did for nine years-which I did,mostly enjoy- and pack up my life to travel the world with my boyfriend. This has been the biggest step out of fear for me. We definitely feared many things-what could go wrong, how we would face certain situations etc. Now, we are two months in and have realized that there was nothing to fear. I understand now that fear is in your mind. Fear takes hold of you and is so powerful that it does not allow you to move out of your comfort zone. This has been an incredible lesson for me over the past two months.
It is okay to be the most authentic version of yourself. It is fine to speak out and say what you think. It is okay to be transparent about your feelings.
When I visited Yosemite and Muir woods, I was in awe of the beauty and majesty of my surroundings. I cannot believe places like that exist in this world. The diversity of the trees, waterfalls and mist were incredible to behold and be immersed in.
The great fullness of my life is full of people that I love and care for. I get to connect with people from all over the world in my job and mentor them-improving their skills. I love that I get to work from the comfort of my home and travel to different cities every single month.
I absolutely love anything by Baz Luhrmann as the beauty that is reflected in each of his films is incredible.
The everyday happenings I cherish include morning cuddles with a gorgeous man who understands and loves me.
I cherish the fact that I get to see the world with Him by my side.
I cherish the fact that I have a good night’s rest each night.
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