Monday, July 9, 2012

I Will Survive!...hopefully!

So I've been a bit overwhelmed lately. That seems a bit of an understatement right now. So much is happening right now, and I'm beginning to wonder if I'm ever going to make it to tomorrow. This might end up as a bit of a vent, and also just an update on what is going on in my life. Right now I am working at Amber Lyn Chocolates and the Tuacahn Box Office. I'm getting ready to move North the end of the month. This Friday I will be moving a majority of my crap to my new apartment. I will be moving in with my old roommate Allison. She just bought a condo several months ago and asked me if I wanted to move in. Right now I'm working 6 days a week and trying to pack up my crap so that I can finally move and enjoy the new scenery of my future home. As well as the fact that I'm working all the time and trying to move, I'm also getting ready to go on a vacation to Wyoming in about 2 weeks, as well as the fact that I'm the maid of honor for my friend whose wedding is in about 3 weeks, while also trying to finish up my two study abroad classes, all before I move on the 30th. Right now I'm freaking out about everything just an itzy bit. I know that I will get through this, but for now I'm just trying to survive.
I think it is time to pull out The Power of Positive Thinking again. My positive attitude has somewhat slimmed in the last couple of weeks, but hopefully after this week I won't be as stressed and will actually have a moment to relax. Wish me luck ;)


Allison said...

Breathe!! haha :) I'm sorry that life is so crazy right now, but you'll be able to get all the stuff done that you need to! Good luck with everything!

The Dawg, Lib-Dawg said...

Best of luck! Just think in a few weeks it will all be over and you will have started the new/exciting chapter in your life. Gosh, SLC - so jealous! You're slow going to become a big city gal. Just getting you ready for the next big city you probably will move to. Speaking of "The Power of Positive Thinking" I was just talking to a co-worker today about how I need to pull that book out and read it too!

la Liberté said...

Not surprised you're overwhelmed! I always have a weird adjustment period whenever I move to a new place--even just a new apartment in the same city. Or when I start a new job or graduate or some other change. So, I can imagine you coming up to a weird adjustment period PLUS having so much going on in your life! There is a light at the end of the tunnel. I promise. You can do it!