Friday mood 😝
This weekend will be spent relaxing, doing a little bit of work from home and of course... studying! Hope everyone has a good weekend! What are y’all up to?! 💛
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I remember college Cynthia in the Marine Reserves — working two part-time minimum wage jobs to get by. I ate eggs, oatmeal, and @innout almost every day cause that’s all I could afford.
I also remember moving back in with my parents and then getting let go from my first professional job after college, the day after I admitted I had multiple mental disabilities. I felt like I failed, but it was a blessing. If I had stayed in that job, I would have been miserable and it would have taken until my mid-30’s to hit 6-figures. Instead, I picked up all my shit and moved to LA for a career change into recruiting. I worked my ass off and ended up making 6-figures at 25. And this year, I celebrated making more money from just my side hustle than I did in that first job.
There’s two kinds of people out there. Those who get beat down and stay down, and those who rise up stronger than before. Who do you choose to be? #resiliency#getup#happyfriday ...
spent the past two nights staying up until 2am excitably scribbling ideas in my new note book and my eye bags haven’t even gotten worse as it’s just replaced the habit of frantically picking up my phone every ten minutes to add another point on my to-do list in the hope that my brain will then allow me to sleep. It took a while but I‘m starting to think this time off has seriously benefited me mentally as well as just needing it physically. I haven’t been running on autopilot or having to make constant quick, subconscious or often poorly thought-out decisions due to being so busy and instead I’ve had time to actually THINK. I feel so much more creative, excited and just “myself”. I‘m going to try my hardest to stop this all from completely disappearing the second I step back into normality as I really like this new feeling, but if anyone has any tips I would be forever grateful x ...