busy is the new happy // LLinaBC.com

life // april showers.

april showers // LLinaBC.com

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have you ever felt so overwhelmed by the amount of things you needed to accomplish that when you’d sit down your brain would say “isn’t there something you should be doing right now?”.

that’s me.

full-time job + part-time weekend job + blogging + wedding planning + life. oh, and trying to get 8 hours of sleep.

thankfully I have an amazing fiancé, while I was on a coffee date with some local midwest bloggers this weekend, he was working on our wedding invitations, calling necessary vendors, and checking our guest list twice. he’s a saint.

busy is a good thing, don’t get me wrong. it’s just when you get too busy, you don’t have time to stop + smell the roses. to actually enjoy your life.

[*editor’s note: I am still smelling the roses. or at least waiting for may to bring them].

happy tuesday.

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hello april.

4 thoughts on “life // april showers.”

  1. This is how I felt ALL through college. Then I graduated, got a ridiculously boring job, and had more time than I knew how to handle. And it was SO hard, but it taught me how to slow down and learn a little bit about myself along the way. Now that I’m about to head back to school, I’m up for the challenge, but I’d be lying if I didn’t say that I’m a little nervous!

    1. ahh, I’m not alone. I’d say I’m a procrastinator by nature, so when I’m not busy my brain thinks I have all the time in the world to get things done. it’s so awful. I perform much better when I’m busy, in work & life. you will be absolutely GREAT going back to school. it takes a bit of time adjusting to a new schedule. you can do it!! just don’t forget to make time to sleep :)

  2. Busy is tough, but sometimes it’s worth it. Especially when you have someone great on your side to help out with everything.

    1. you’re suppose to find someone that complements you. I am happy [J] absolutely is that for me. turns out wedding planning isn’t for me, thank goodness he doesn’t mind :)

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