Successful Job!

Would you rather be seuccessful at a job you love or famous for a job that you don’t really enjoy?

I would rather want to be successful at a job that I love because I would want to be able to walk into work with a smile on my face because I know that I’ve started from the bottom of the job totem pole and worked my way up the ladder. I wouldn’t want to be famous for a job I didn’t enjoy because what’s the point in going to a job that I dread waking up for in the morning?

When I was little, I wanted to be the next Britney Spears. I loved singing, and dancing, and I still do, but the harsh reality is I can’t be what I wanted to be as a child because I’m an adult now. I’m doing adult things, and living in that fantasy just isn’t for me anymore.

Being successful is one thing that I strive to be. Whether it be successful at being a housewife, or a stay at home mom, whatever. If I can make my husband and daughter smile at the end of the day because I’ve done things that I find successful at the end of the day, that’s all that matters to me.

I’ve been told since my teen years that I wasn’t going to be successful if I didn’t do anything, if I didn’t get a job, or go to college, or whatever, but to me, I have been successful. I’m a wife, I’m about to be a mom, I keep my home clean, I put a warm meal in my husbands stomach. To me, that’s so much more successful than going to college, or getting a job that I really didn’t want. I’d rather be a couch potato and do things around the house and check them off my to-do list, and find that successful than the points made the sentence before this one.

Being successful and doing successful things are what YOU think they are, not what everyone else says they are. That’s what it is to me. Having anxiety, and being pregnant, for me just getting up out of bed is successful. Tomorrow morning, I plan on making breakfast for my husband and I, and I’m going to find that successful, even though I do it basically every morning because it’s something that I enjoy.

My job title at the moment is wife, and soon to be mommy. Doing things for my husband and making sure that I’m eating so my daughter can continue to develop properly are the two most successful things that I enjoy doing. God has a plan for my life, and I do believe this is part of that plan.

I’m going to go ahead and stop the post here for now, or else you’d be here reading a book because I have so much to say about this subject.

Be sure to look out for my next post, coming at you tomorrow morning or evening.

Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

Favorite Thing To Do By Yourself & Pregnancy Update!

What is your favorite thing to do by yourself? Is it relaxing or exciting?

As I’m typing up this post, I’m actually doing one of my favorite things, and that’s catching up on my shows. It’s relaxing to me, especially after I’ve been running around all morning, especially being pregnant.

As of right now, I’m playing catch up on Don’t Be Tardy… on Bravo. I never thought that I would love this show as much as I do, but I do. I’m in the beginning of Season 2, and I’ve laughed so much.

This might be a short post, haha.

I would like to give an update on my pregnancy. I had an OB/GYN appointment this morning, and I would like to think that it went pretty well. My doctor checked me, and he said that I’m already 1/2 cm to 1 cm dilated, and I’m only 35 weeks pregnant! We all think that the baby is going to come before her due date. My stepmom and I both agree that she’s going to be born within the next 2 – 2 1/2 weeks. I’m counting on 2 1/2 weeks, but baby will come when baby is ready! I’m hoping she’ll be a November baby because that’s when my due date is.

I told you this post might be short, and it is! I just don’t know what else to say, ha ha!

Thanks for reading, and have a wonderful weekend!

Embarrassing Moment from childhood

Share an embarrassing moment from your childhood. How do you feel when you reflect on it now?

The number one thing that comes to my mind when I think of an embarrassing moment from my childhood is when I was about eleven years old. I was in middle school band, sixth grade, and this particular night was my first ever band concert. My parents and I went to eat before I had to be at the school, and at the time I was obsessed with McDonalds, so went there to eat. I had to use the restroom, so I did, and when I came back out, a small part of the back of my skirt was in my under garments. I was so embarrassed. Then, to top it all off, I became a little woman that night. Can you guess what happened? If not, I’ll give you a hint. It comes every month for a woman, unless you’re pregnant, or going through something else that stops this particular thing. I was beyond embarrassed after the concert because my mom had called her best friend to tell her all about it. Like, really, Mama? I think about it now and laugh. That’s a good memory to have of my mom.

When I reflect on this embarrassing moment, I just laugh because I know I’m not the only person that this has happened to. I bet it happens everyday to people either at school or work. It’s something that happens, and if it happens to me again, I’ll laugh and say to myself, “It’s nothing but a thing!”

 

If you’re wondering where yesterdays post is, I didn’t make one. I had a doctors appointment yesterday, and it went well. At around 7 – 7:30pm, I started to feel really wipped out! All we did was go to my appointment, had breakfast at Chik-Fil-A, which is in this hospital I’m going to deliever my baby girl at, we came home, and all I did was rest because I was so tired! When it came around the time I usually start writing, I was trying not to fall asleep. I was going to write yesterdays post today, and wait until my normal time to write todays post, but I kept reading the prompt, and I couldn’t figure out how to answer it, to be quite honest.

Well, that’s all for todays post! I hope y’all enjoyed reading, and I’ll see you tomorrow with another post!

Happy Blogging!

PS- I’m changing this from the October Blogging Challenge to Blogtober. It’s so cliche, but I think it’s cute, and it’s not a lot to type, ha ha!