Realizing What You Have

Hello all!

Today I am feeling pretty good. Better than I have in a while actually, because I have been realizing how kind of amazing my life is becoming, and I am really looking forward to the future.

Remember how I said I’m bad at taking people/things for granted? This is very true. I keep ignoring the people that are coming into my life because I’ve been so focused on the people that left. This is a large part of my issue. It is so great to realize that throughout my years of working and living in Guelph, I have made some great connections and met some truly awesome people. I’ve just been selfish, and that’s okay! Everybody makes mistakes, and not everybody can realize it and own it. I’ve been trying not to beat myself up too much, but I’ve become aware of my mistakes and have been actively trying to change and make things right. That’s all I can do. The past is past, and I can only move forward now. I’ve lived and learned and that’s all there is to it.

I’m also finding happiness in looking forward to a career in medical esthetics/nursing. I couldn’t be more excited to do something I love for a living! I still have some education to complete and life to live first but it keeps me going everyday. I’m so lucky to have secondary education and be able to do what I want with my life, thanks to all the support I have from friends and family.

I’ve been also getting into music a little more heavily. I’m trying to write and push myself to continue to practice because it always makes me feel a little better. Music has always been my passion, and I never want to look back and realize I lost it.

Having my sister home has been a huge blessing. She’s my best friend, number one support and she knows everything about me. And she sticks around, which is pretty cool. Spending time with her is giving me new energy, a new attitude and making me overall more happy and content. She helped me realize what I have, and how truly amazing it is! Sometimes we dwell on things that are gone, not because we miss what it was, but because we’re curious about what it will be. That’s okay, and that can fade with time, but only if you let yourself accept it and move forward.

Life is all about ups and downs, as they say, you can’t be truly happy until you’ve felt really sad.

Just thought I would share, because it’s a new year, and my 22nd birthday, and I need to start turning things around! Sorry for a personal post, but there are definitely things you can take away from it.

Thanks for being here, I love and appreciate you!

Xoxo,

Kate

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