ATTITUDE & GRATITUDE // . As the sun set after a full day of guiding, there would always be a moment to look out at the surroundings, take a deep breath and appreciate the moment... before the dinner rush, entertaining teens, making milo & attempting to enforce bed time. . Yesterday, today, tomorrow and for however long from now (until Arbonne and uni become my full time)... I work in a warehouse. Sounds like the worst contrast right? And yet, I couldn't be more grateful. . Grateful that instead of crawling into a tent at 12am, freezing cold and exhausted, I am coming home at 4pm to my man, a warm fire, a home cooked dinner and a comfortable bed. . Instead of finding a job in an office where I'm sitting down all day (not me in the slightest) I am SO grateful that I found a job that is physically demanding. It actually makes me feel relieved that the gym is one less thing to find time for 🤣 . I'm not going to pretend that the warehouse is my dream job, or that it lights my soul on fire. I'm tired and sore. But every morning when my alarm goes off at 445am, I say thank you for having a job to go to in the morning - not everyone does. When I'm tired at work, I say a quiet thank you for being introduced to Arbonne when I go in to have a pick me up fizz stick 😝. When I'm driving the 45mins to get home after a physical days work, I say thank you for having some quiet time to myself where I can do nothing but listen - to podcasts, to my own thoughts, to nothing at all... it's not something I used to put time aside for and I love that I have that time twice a day now. . Gratitude is the difference between never having enough, and always feeling peaceful, satisfied and happy. Sure, you can definitely strive for more! I work for someone else all day and come home to continue working on myself every night. I have bigger fish to fry and I am SO excited!! . Obviously feeling peaceful af and it got me wandering... what were your thought patterns today? This week? Month? Year? Are you finding things that are wrong? Not good enough? Or were you saying quiet thank yous for every small thing that brings you joy or teaches you a new lesson?