New job, new purpose.

So, I started a new job today and it feels amazing.  I feel like my energy and motivation has been renewed! I am invigorated in my own self! I love the company so far, the job is challenging and different. I love the person I work with (yes, you read that right, as in one person). I finally feel like this will be my year. I have goals that I think I can actually accomplish, a good job, a wonderful husband, a great place to live, an awesome support group, and my medication is finally in order.

I feel like I can breathe again. Sigh.

Also, can we talk about one of the best feelings in the world for a moment? I just got home, took a shower and put on clean jammies. THE best feeling is clean jammies on clean skin. Now I’m doing laundry, running the dishwasher, and obviously blogging. I just feel great today. I know this post is short and probably very boring, but I had to share because it is so very rare that I feel this happy…I just hope it isn’t an episode of mania coming on!



Categories: Addiction, Anxiety, bipolar disorder, Depression, Homeopathic Remedies, Mania, Mental Health, OCD, Self Esteem, self-care, Writing

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