Take a leap of faith.

26 January 2014

Lots of events have happened to me, since the last time I blogged here.

Yes, I am a full grown adult, yet I always ask my parents for their opinion before deciding on something.  An important decision is going to take place and here, I am sharing it with the world.  I have been offered a job at another store and I am going to take it.  There.  I have said it.  I haven’t spoken to my parents as they are both on vacation at this very moment.  I dread to think, what they are going to say.  Is it going to be positive feed back or negative feedback?  Too late, now.  I have already agreed.  

Tenth of January, I was working at a new store that had opened in the next town, to where I live and to where I work.  It was such a great experience and I loved every moment I was there working.  New environment.  New people.  New customers.  Great!  After two weeks of working, lots of different shifts, twice as much of hours to what I normally work.  Seven days a week non stop work, then having one day off.  Then again working through my normal days off, doing crazy shifts like 1pm to 10pm , then starting the next day at 6am to 2pm.  

Aiming high, why the hell not?

I have reached my goal.  I have proved to myself that you can be successful.  You don’t have to attend University and get a job.  And get straight to the top.  I have worked so hard, two years proving to my senior managers that I have got what it takes.  Like I have said in my previous blogs, I want to show the world you don’t have to be a bitch to get to top.  

I cannot express you how I am currently feeling, so pleased, ecstatic.  Believe in yourself and you will get there.  Why stop on one stage, keep going and the world is your oyster.

Be inspired.

Good things happen to those who wait..


Yes, I truly believe that ‘Good things happen to those who wait.’

I had a good day at work today.  I have been working in a new convenience store that opened on Friday, January 10.  We’ve been giving free loaves of Warburtons bread 800g, to all our customers.  It really was a great day.  Will blog further about this day, on another page.

Back to the point.  Some times, years go badly for one, and it feels like the end of the world.

2011 was a great year for me.

2012 wasn’t particular and memorable one, a very dark year for.

2013 was tough.  It felt like everyday I was drowning and trying to keep my head above the water.  The thought of this, makes my heart race and starts me hyperventilating.  Somehow I have battled through this and now this year, finally feels tingly.

Watch this space.