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Today is the start of bigger things. I'd say at this point you're all sick to your back teeth reading about me wanting to take my first step towards a career in design. I kind of had enough, burst into wobbly tears and made a lot of ugly crying faces these past few weeks, so I decided to take a step. A tiny one. I decided to commit one day a week to me stuff and one day less as an office zombie. It's a risk, but not too much of one as I'm still a chicken shit / worrier and am terrified of failure. I haven't made this move until now because it was far too easy to just not change anything. I don't have as much balls as some of the bloggers I know who are not only doing it full time, but owning it. I can't do that. Not yet at least. It's a weening process for me. 

So far today I procrastinated by cleaning the entire apartment, doing a load of laundry and getting a meter reading before making myself breakfast. But I knuckled down and am now almost finished one of the items on my list. One step at a time. One day a week. Quietly bricking it as I go. 

6 comments:

  1. So excited for you, and I can't wait to read what you're doing!

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  2. You go, girl! One step at a time until you are ready to take flight and soar!

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  3. Couldn't be more proud of you, Chica!! We are here to support you every step of the way xx

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  4. Whoop!! That's so mega awesome!!! So proud of you chick, you OWN that one day baby. xxx

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  5. I'm so proud of you, this is so cool! I know you've got it in you to make it! I said to the Lumberjack today that maybe I should go down to 4 days at work a week. He said "to do what?", my response was "not work".... hhmmmm - maybe I've got the wrong idea!

    I can't wait to see what you've been up to! (No pressure!)

    Maria xx

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  6. Thank you so much ladies :) Since I started this however, I haven't had a day off! Finding it tough to draw the line between my design time and actual time off. It's a lot tougher than I thought.

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