Good evening All,
Yes, it’s that time of year. It is half term week, the clocks have gone back which signals that winter is definitely on its way. The weather is turning for the worst and the nights are drawing in. As a working mum who works from home, I find half term holidays quite hard. I need to be there for my daughters but at the same time, I’m in a grove right now and I really want to keep going. But its the constant interruptions can be a drag and at the same time I feel guilty because I should be spending this precious time with them. Where do you draw the line when you’re trying to right by everyone and everything?
I work hard for what I want. I have no problem striving for what I want to achieve. I want to make something of myself and that’s really important to me and I want to show my children that hard work pays off oh and that money doesn’t grow on trees. Plus I want to show a positive work ethic and most importantly of all, I want my daughters to be proud of me.
I need to keep pushing myself to go on. I want to and in my mindset, I believe this can work. A positive attitude will produce positive results. Ever since I have begun this journey, everything seems to be falling slowly into place which is fantastic as I am a firm believer that “…Whatever will be will be”.
I need to “…Be my own Miracle” because no one else is going to do this for me – they all have their own dreams to fulfil.
I believe that I am slowly making progress. I still have a long way to go but doesn’t everybody to some extent? There are many who reach and achieve their lifeguard goal and still strive for more – I admire those people. There have been many years where I made excuses about when I wanted to re-start my dress company. I used every excuse there was. Not all the reasons were excuses but still. Progress is my only excuse from now on…
The attitude I have adopted as of now is an attitude for success. Self belief is another very important attitude to have. Some people could take this the wrong way as being bullish or even being a bitch (I find that word a compliment actually!) but that opinion is forged when you are seen to be a strong woman who is THE BOSS. GOOD!
I have worked hard to get here – I am not stopping now – I have so much more to achieve!
So I guess, this is my motivational work ethic speech for the week. Nothing wrong with that right? Have a fantastic, hard working, motivational week. x
PS: Enjoy your family at the same time too! x