Hello My Beautiful Followers!
I hope you all have been having wonderful lives, and haven’t missed my blog posts too much. I know I said I would stick to a schedule, but my life got crazy, and things had to change. So I am making a new goal of creating one post per week. I think that is something I can actually stick to.
I am not going to write an enormous blog post about this, because I made a video as a life update instead. I think that there was just so much going on, that I felt I would be able to better talk about it in a video format.
But If You Don’t Want to Watch a Video…
Here’s a recap. Pretty much, my life for the past five months has been stressful and crazy, and not the most fun. I have been on the full time job hunt since last November, and I graduated college in May. And if you have ever had to look for a full time job, you know how stressful it can be. I was so stressed out and my mind was all over the place, and it ended up really taking a toll on many different aspects of my life. I couldn’t sleep, I was overeating, I was undereating, I was feeling sad and sorry for myself, I had no motivation to workout, and I just felt like I was in this huge slump. I don’t talk about mental health much, but this time in my life I feel as though my mental health was really struggling. It was hard for me to face so much rejection, and still put on a brave face, and feel good about myself.
The Good News…
I finally found a job about two weeks ago! So my stress levels are starting to decrease (although I am stressed about my job a little bit). I think my stress is changing from bad and hostile stress, to better and normal stress (if that is even a thing). I am really excited for this new opportunity that I have! And please watch the video if you want the whole story. I promise I don’t cry or anything…although I did the first time that I tried to film it.
This is just the start…
I think I will go more in depth with everything that was going on and really delve deep into the effects stress was having on every aspect of my life, but for now this abridged overview will have to do.
Thank you all for reading and (hopefully) watching.