This post comes after many, many months of evolution. My evolution. This past September, I walked down the aisle to greet my fiancé, and walked back down as his wife. It's been the most joyful day of my life, thus far. I never imagined myself this happy, nor could I have ever predicted the soothing sense of security marriage could offer. I love us so much.
After coming back from our honeymoon, I fell back into the grind of things. To be honest, work became work. For a moment, I lost sight of that balance I had always prided myself for incorporating into my life. Frankly, I was pooped! After a couple of months of working my buns off, I realized something…I needed to stop, smell the flowers, and continue to focus on them. My goals were going to be achieved, just not within that moment, and that was okay. Ahhhhh…*sigh of relief*
As of late, I have been carving out more time to do simple stuff. Stuff like: watch the Bachelor (I know, it's horrible, but hey, at least it's not the Kardashians!), delve into new books, not set my alarm on the weekends, listen to Maxwell's greatest hits on YouTube, dedicate time to friends, and walk around unfamiliar areas of San Diego.
Isn't it funny how not really doing anything "huge", can have such a rejuvenating and satisfying impact?