I’m getting ready to go out tonight for my friend’s birthday. I had this moment where I thought, “WAIT! What day is it? It’s SUNDAY NIGHT. Oh my gosh, I have to work tomorrow. I can’t stay out late. I have another week ahead of me” A wave of anxiety went through my body.
And then I remembered….I don’t have to FEEL that way anymore. I took a deep breath and let that all go.
For the 15 years of my corporate career, I always got the “Sunday Night Blues”. I had a looming feeling of dread and stress over me since I knew the next day was Monday. I never enjoyed Sunday nights. It was a time where I just felt bummed out and down.
BUT NOW…things are so different. I actually look forward to what I do for my “job”. I get to help people. And on Mondays I love to get back into the GROOVE and reach out to folks, see how they are doing, and support them. I like Mondays now.
I also get to be my own boss which means that I own my schedule. And because of that, I never schedule any meetings before 10am. Because I like to take the morning at my own pace, make sure I can be there for my kids, and plan out my day before I talk to anyone. So, the weeks are not so stressful anymore.
After that moment of anxiety went through me tonight, I felt a WAVE of feeling totally BLESSED. I couldn’t have imagined this would be my life a three years ago.
Heck, I NEVER saw myself getting into something like this. I always thought it was a scam of some sort of pyramid scheme. I thought I was supposed to do what everyone else was doing and go climb the corporate ladder, work harder and harder, and trade my freedom for someone else’s dream.
That’s not what I believe anymore. There is a different way to do things and I am so glad I took this path. It IS the road less traveled…but it’s a road that has lead me to have more freedom in my life, more time with my family, and more satisfaction that I get to live my life’s purpose.
Because of this, I know that I have to share this with others. Click on the button below to get more information and stop your “Sunday Night Blues”, too!