Double edged sword


A few days ago, I posted about some issues occurring within my circle, at a time in which I undoubtedly was not in the best headspace.

This week, my spirits are high, and I intend to focus my thoughts in a positive direction so I can attempt to manifest a positive outcome.

I’m happy to report that things might start to be looking up. For the first time in ages, potential job prospects are presenting themselves within my life. I’m excited about the weeks to come and to see what the universe has in store for the next chapter in my life!

I realised that while some hiccups can occur within some friendships along the way, someone will always be lurking in the sidelines, ready to have your back. You know the friends I’m talking about, the ones always up for a good laugh or a good vent. The friends who are your crystal shopping partner & yoga buddy. Or the ones up for a three hour phone conversation, discussing all topics from life, death, love, friends … and of course, the all important topic of Suits (TV show) and sexting (don’t ask!).

I’m beyond appreciative for these people and I’m glad our souls found each other in this lifetime. I do have a lot to be thankful for, and sometimes it’s easy to forget this on our down days. Yesterday, I found myself on a mission to put together a flat pack bookshelf on my own. It taught me two things:

1. I need to hit the gym and work on my guns because screwing things together is more difficult for my chicken wing arms than I had ever anticipated … My bad.

2. I’m not a strong independent woman after all.

Cue the tears and word vomit outburst of ‘what if I never get married and need to build shit!!!! Ahhhh!!’

What. The. F**k. Emotional wreck right?

Call it what you will, but I can look back and laugh now and I find comfort in that. Even if I never do get married and can’t build my own flat pack furnishings from ikea or Kmart, I guarantee one of my sidelined friends will be there for me to lend a helping hand.

It’s okay to feel sad at times, because we’re only human and its normal to experience raw emotion, both the highs and the lows. It’s a double edged sword – feeling so deeply. But I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Love & light to all, chin up – or you’ll lose sight of what matters most x

Double edged sword

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