Wednesday, 1 October 2014

LIFE: An Update

A week and a half into my new job and I can safely say I am really excited about the role and the things it will lead to. I posted a month or so ago about job hunting and at that point, I was determined to not just take any old role, I wanted THE role; the one that I felt would be the start of a...dare I say it, 'career'. You never know what's going to happen, so things could change but sat on the train to London for a three day event with six of our brands that will be surrounded by some of the best British brands...well, I kinda feel like this is the beginning of something exciting.

On that note, my personal life has taken a little tumble. I won't go into too much detail as it still feels like a tender subject but I'm currently house hunting - which means a Nottingham to Northampton commute each morning and each evening (yes, it is tiring!). Like I said, you never know what's going to happen and sometimes you just have to trust your gut instinct. Also, when the unhappy starts outweighing the happy...well you know that's when there's for to be a few changes. I can't say the situation I'm now in isn't a daunting one (or upsetting) - I need to find a place to live in a town I really don't know more than a small handful of people (so any Northampton readers/bloggers - give me a shout!) 

Life goes on, things change but you have to do what you feel is right, look after number one - and that's what I plan to do from now on. My Grandad has always said 'the only person you can trust is yourself' and I haven't ever agreed with that more strongly than I do now.

I can't really say there are any other 'life-going-ons' right now - the house/rent hunting, busy working, overtired Natasha is once again, Unorganised Chaos. Another blip in the book but I'm probably more determined than I've ever been.

Oh, and the monthly goals aren't going great - but as I've always said, sometimes life just gets in the way!

Thank you to my readers - without you coming on here and reading my rambled posts, I probably wouldn't feel quite like I have purpose. I've always believed writing is a good healer and I believe that so much more at the moment.


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