Adulting

There’s a certain beauty in being responsible. For the last 2 weeks or so, I’ve been pretty adult-like. I get up on time in the morning, put on presentable clothes, get to work with time to spare, I have my coffee, I check my emails, and I do my job. I get home, and I make myself some dinner, meal prep for breakfast and lunch for the next day, clean up the kitchen, take out the trash, watch a show or two, and I’m in bed at a reasonable hour.

I often incorporate a glass of wine as my own personal treat to top of the evening. The other night I even lit myself a few candles. But things have been going really well. Like, really, really well. Yeah money is tight. But hopefully not for too much longer. Yeah I am behind with rent, but I know I can get things caught up soon. I can sense the path in front of me has shifted. It’s no longer heading in an aimless direction. Instead, I feel purpose and meaning behind my actions. Im reaping the reward of putting in hard work and staying focused. I’m excited for what the near future holds, and giddy for what I can do for myself for the long haul. 

I think it’s time to call it quits with Cassidy. She’s an incredible person, but her carelessness and strong-willed opinions are a burden. I have to focus on myself right now, and I need someone who consciously makes an effort to be aware of what my needs are, and understands the importance of respecting my boundaries, even if they can’t empathize with me as to why. I don’t want things to be bitter, but I know that it might have to be. 
In the meantime, I feel truly positive and happy about my job, my management team, and the company I work for. I’m looking forward to making a lasting impression and making my mark at Verizon. Oh, and I love my iPhone 6S Plus 🙂 

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