From spain with love

Nightmare turned dream come true
I have been on a real emotional rollercoaster since my last blog post. Some big things have happened to me, good or bad? I guess that depends on how I chose to look at it.

The biggest most gut-wrenching thing that happened was the loss of my highly seemed after job. This was a real blow to my ego and definitely made me more upset then I’d care to say. This is where the good or bad question comes to play. At the time the answer to whether my job loss was a good or bad thing would have been a resounding BAD. It was one of the most awful days I’ve experienced. Throughout the process I tried to remain as calm and dignified as possible. ‘Tried’ being the keyword here. I said my goodbyes to everyone, gave them my cuddles and wished them well in the future endeavours. I then immediately went to the pub..

My first ever blog post was all about it being okay to wallow for the day. Wallow I did! But out of the negative comes the positive. When you lose something as ephemeral as money or a job you start to appreciate more the things in your life that are here to stay.

How many time have my blog posts been dedicated to these crazy friends I call my family. In the moments when I’m feeling the most down, the most uninspired and the most negative they are always there to pick me up. It’s the best feeling in the world knowing there are people who are always in your corner routing you on. My success is there success, and there’s mine.

Yes this job situation has really got to me and shows how quickly things can change. However some things will always remain the same. These are the things that matter most.

I’ve learnt so many lessons over the last couple weeks. I made mistakes in my job that I will never make again which makes me so grateful for the experience. My drive hasn’t diminished and I still believe that if I work hard enough the perfect job opportunity will come around.

While I don’t have, I’m grateful for the stuff I do have.
I have the most amazing friends. I have a very supportive family. I’m living it up on Spain! And I have 3 months experience as a medical professional šŸ˜‰

Good or bad thing? I say great!

Stay Bliss, Laura