change isn’t always a bad thing. occasionally it can help you learn a bit about yourself.
something old // something new // something undiscovered.
• old: I thrive on being busy.
• new: I love early mornings.
• undiscovered: where I’m going to fit a workout into my daily routine.
I just entered my 4th week at my full-time position. but what you may not have known, I also have a part-time job [saturday’s + sunday’s] as a waitress. [it’s become a “money for the wedding” job]. in addition, to time spent blogging. not to mention, there is apparently a wedding I should be ‘actively’ planning? and a gym I should be visiting for said-wedding. all the while getting 7 to 8 hours of sleep. lofty goals much?
I am still working out the kinks in my new routine. please bare with me.
I intend to be
successfully juggling it all very shortly.
as for the workout portion of my routine, I’m thinking that’ll be the newest addition to my mornings.
[*editor’s note: I think I can, I think I can].
my motto should be: don’t get overwhelmed; get iced coffee and do more.
I could not be happier to share with all of you ..
I began a new full-time position.
[tomorrow will mark the completion of two full weeks].
the road to get here was
so long, with many lulls. but it truly makes it that much more exciting + worth it. it’s hard not to get down on yourself when your job search yields numerous “we’re sorry, we have decided to go with another candidate. good luck!”. it is easy to second-guess your worth. but don’t. I gave myself the “they don’t know what they’re passing on” pep talk countless times. and now that I’m in a great position, it makes me want to work harder than ever.
now my concern is how am I going to decorate my office?
[if you know of any great etsy shops, I’d love the recommendation. I want inspirational prints + fun items everywhere. I do spend 8 hours a day in that chair].
friday, we’ll see you soon!
my daily wardrobe has had to make some minor modifications, as of late. [aka: pajamas are no longer acceptable every day wear]. and as much as I enjoyed the company of my lounge-wear, I’ve traded it in. except on nights + weekends.
every work environment varies, along with it the dress code. but regardless my outfit must speak to me and say ..
I am a confident business professional. I am here to be taken seriously and do my job. I do not want my clothes to be a distraction, unless you’re stopping by my office to tell me “I love your outfit!”.
if you have to ask yourself if it’s appropriate, err on the side of caution. don’t wear it.
[as my momma always said, “save something for the imagination”].
look 1: bow blouse / soft pants / blue smoking flats.
look 2: deep purple blouse / pebble ankle pants / studded ballet flats.
look 3: geometric blouse / textured skirt / two-piece dress heels.
look 4: striped sweater / skinny career pants / dress wedges.
one more thing: you don’t have to spend a fortune to look nice + professional.
[all pieces $40 or less].