9.05.2012

Lovin' It!

Open your eyes, look within. Are you satisfied with the life you're living?
~Bob Marley
YES!

I love my life. I know I've been complaining a bit a lot about not having a job and the frustrations of trying to find one, but rationally, I know that it's just a minor blip. Things will work out. Despite those frustrations:
  • I have a wonderfully supportive husband.
  • I'm highly educated. While that sometimes hurts me while job hunting, it's something no one can ever take from me.
  • I've had some terrific experiences - living in various regions of the US, traveling to the USVI and Costa Rica.
  • I LIVE IN LAS VEGAS!
  • I'm relatively healthy.
  • I'm a certified Scuba diver.
  • I've run (not raced) in MN, ND, MT, ID, WA, OR, CA, and NV. I really need to finish editing the other videos, so I can get them posted.
  • I recently discovered this tiny little park that I love running past. Plus, I did some post-run yoga there the other day, and I think I'll definitely do it again. It's my new favorite place to exercise!
The Arboretum at Hughes Center

I think it's pretty obvious that I love my life!

I don't ever look back and see regrets but rather experiences. Everything I've done has led me to become the woman I am today - a woman I am very much proud to know.

Are you satisfied with the life you're living?
Where is your favorite place to workout?


7 comments:

  1. Thanks for stopping by my Blog. I like this positive post! I've lived (not run) in CA, MN, and visited NV. I don't run. I don't exercise per se; but I try to maintain regular movement and healthy habits. That's gotta count for somethin', yah?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Absolutely! That definitely counts for something. :-)

      Delete
  2. Those are some pretty solid things to be thankful for! But I hope you find a job, I can't imagine how frustrating that could be.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I hope so, too. It wouldn't be so bad if we were at least a one income family, but right now we are at zero. :-(

      Delete
  3. It's so important to take time to be grateful and think about what we have, rather than what we want. Great post!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Love the new blog look! That park looks pretty:)

    ReplyDelete

Thanks for reading! Feel free to leave a comment. I try to respond to each one, so why not subscribe, too? :)

LinkWithin

Related Posts with Thumbnails