Can you recall an instance where you really just sat to think about some of the not so good things that has occurred in your life? Lately I’ve been pondering the occurrences I’ve experienced, trying to find similarities, attempting to uncover my wrongs in those circumstances. I think this is very important, in doing so you may find like qualities; at that point it’s up to you to change so that you won’t continue to live through those same situations.
I feel as though so many pieces of my life are changing. Some for the better, some that will be a little adjustment phase for me. I was offered a really good job with an income that is great for my family and I. I also had the opportunity to interview for a job in my career field! While all of this is amazing, I can’t help but seem a little apprehensive. I’ve had a few days to sit and think about my career path and some of the goals I’m looking forward to achieving this year. It hasn’t been easy as I’ve overcame quite a few complications and hurdles that seem to block the tunnel vision path I subsisted on. I am still proud of the endeavors I’ve achieved; this year is really looking up for me!
I still hold true to life being a puzzle we are given 1 million pieces to place together. We may never finish our puzzle; the pieces may seem to fit together so seamlessly until to your surprise you reach in the box and retrieve a piece that fits better. There’s no rule to say how many times you can replace a puzzle piece. The only rule is to finish the puzzle.
I say all of this to say life can seem hard. You may go through trials that may seem too difficult. I’ve learned through all of those circumstances that it doesn’t matter how you make it through, the take away is that you made it! It also helps when you surround yourself with encouraging supportive people who are at the finish line cheering you on.