Ciao tutti! (Hello everyone!)
I want to start today’s post about messages. Not voicemail, email or text messages but messages that come to us in totally unexpected ways that answer the tough questions we may be contemplating. So over the past several days I have been seriously contemplating putting something off because I feel that I want to take my career in a different direction. I’ve been thinking a ton about it and while I was at work I felt as if my question was answered. I don’t know if I like the answer but I’m just going to roll with it. 😀
I was sitting with someone who needed an ear to listen and a calm presence (that’d be me!) to soothe their mind. In talking with this person and with no poking or prodding from them I feel that my answer came in loud and clear. Now I had just met this person and they had absolutely no idea what has been on my mind. BUT… it was as if they did! Now do you believe in coincidence? I don’t really….hmmmmm….just more to contemplate now!
In other news…! I work really long hours and when I’m at work I need to find a way to de-stress and get some exercise in. I try to find a quiet room to sit in to meditate for 10-15 minutes or maybe do a few quick yoga poses. But when I need to get my heart rate pumping I turn to the stairs!!! I know you may be thinking I have a weird fascination for stairs but I don’t! I promise. But stairs are everywhere and they work your lower body extremely well. We aren’t suppose to have our phones on us at work but I sneak mine to play for my mini workout. I take the elevator down to the basement, throw on some B.O.B., Jay-Z or Katy Perry and then climb 11 flights back up to the floor I work on. I do that a couple of times a day at work. If you ever feel sluggish at work and need to get your blood going stairs are the answer my friends! Plus it releases enough endorphins to get you through the rest of your work day!
Now I’m off to bed after a 15 hour day! Glad I got to spend my evening talking to you 😀
Tell me though… Do you believe in signs?
“Give what you have. To someone it may be better than you dare to think.”
Henry Wadsworth Longfelllow