Monthly Archives: January 2018

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MONDAY MOTIVATION | Silver Lining

Category : Motivation

Every cloud has a silver lining and Monday’s cloud shouldn’t be any different.  It is no secret that Monday is the most hated day of the week, possibly because it’s what separates your weekend from the working week and switching back to work-mode is a mission.  Like everything else its all about your mindset and by changing your mindset to a positive one Monday just might become your favourite day of the week.

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Starting Over

See it as a fresh start especially if the previous week was a disappointing one and challenge yourself to come up with more innovative ways to make your job and the week more interesting

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Opportunity

Take it as another opportunity to show off your capabilities. Remember you can’t do that sat at home.

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Challenge

A chance to engage / exercise your brain

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Saving

Think of all the money you would have spent partying if the weekend was any longer

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Motivation

Let it motivate you to search for a Job You Love if you are not happy in the current one

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Remember its about the mindset and its all in your hands. But if all else fails then there’s always retail therapy!

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LET’S BLOSSOM!

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SportsLuxE

Category : Style

 

ZARA Trousers | ADIDAS T-shirt

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COCOON

Category : Motivation

Commuting has to be one of the dreariest and somewhere at the top of the FWP (first world problems) list and so for me any form of distraction is welcome.   Most turn to music but my favorite form of distraction is eavesdropping which I would like to think I have perfected to a T.  On one such occasion my victims were two teenagers going on about how one’s parents were so strict and never let her go out/stay out after a certain time, how everything from phone use and even socialising is closely monitored.  She carried on to say she doesn’t understand how the same parents can contradict themselves with lectures on spreading your wings in life and transforming life into any type of awesomeness and yet at the same time be so strict, so strict she felt cocooned.  Now I’ve eavesdropped so many conversations in my commuting life but this one had so much depth considering their age and long after I had reached my destination I kept thinking about it especially the reference to a ‘Cocoon’ and because of my over processing, over thinking, over analyzing mind everything always has greater meaning and a lesson to be learnt.

I’m sure most of us have felt that way at some point, not necessarily due to strict parents but perhaps a situation, a job or an experience  which has left us feeling ‘cocooned’ but what we don’t realize is that that is all part of the process.  In order for one to become that butterfly that will eventually spread their wings and fly you have to be encased and that the cocoon phase helps you grow stronger and better because what a cocoon does is provide camouflage and additional protection for the chrysalis in which the metamorphosis from a caterpillar into a butterfly occurs, and whilst it may seem as though a cocoon is a resting place, there’s no resting going on inside the cocoon as there is a lot of activity as the caterpillar transforms into a new creature.

Applying this to everyday life, a cocoon can be anything, anything that houses you or incases you in your growth from immaturity to maturity, from weakness to becoming stronger… from small to bigger things…. and so as you develop into greater things embrace your cocoon as it houses your growth.

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LET’S BLOSSOM