“You are your only limit.”
I started the New Year in Mexico and as soon as I got home on the 8th, I jumped directly into work mode at my new job at Torrid and have been going non stop ever since. I’ve been feeling super guilty for neglecting my blog, my shop, basically everything Worship Worthy. It can’t be just me who feels so overwhelmed trying to juggle it all, right?
Motivation has been lacking, as well as inspiration, creativity, a positive attitude and on and on. On top of just being SO busy with work, my Grandmother passed away on January 10th, which was the icing on an extra shitty week. I was so…. sad. In general, about everything, but especially my Grandmother.
I woke up Monday morning and decided that I wasn’t going to enter into a new week with the same crappy attitude.
Our attitudes are the only things we have control over, right? So I made it my mission to have a better week than the last, a better response to whatever was going to come my way and I was going to be stubborn as hell about THAT, rather than throw a pity party for myself.
There really is truth in manifesting what you want out of life. A lot of our drama and bullshit, we bring on ourselves. Why not decide to make your life go another direction? It sounds hard, but it’s really not. And that is what I want to focus on in 2018. I’m not going to set little goals here and there, I’m choosing to focus on the big things. And the things that I CAN control instead of the things that I can’t.
Happy to tell you that my attitude adjustment made MAJOR changes in how my week went. This week was still busy as hell, but I was more focused, happier, more positive and cheerful. And the meetings I had went so well! Despite being exhausted, I kept myself in good spirits and really saw a difference.
Such a sigh of relief as the weekend approaches! I’m feeling extra thankful today.
Before I wrap this up, let’s talk about this cutie pie dress of mine!
I bought this at Torrid (linked here) when I was doing a store visit, and I love how comfy it is. Torrid is a plus size brand so obviously this isn’t my true size, but I like that it’s oversize and comfortable. It’s made of a t-shirt material, and is superrrr soft. Paired with a denim jacket and these black booties, makes this very Fall appropriate too.
Here are some other easy, breezy t-shirt dresses that are similar to mine!