My Monday night was rough, stuck on a train a quarter mile from my station after work. Luckily we were only sitting on the train for about 10 minutes before being told we could go back one station and get off. Then that meant either waiting forever for a bus, trying to get a cab or walking. I chose walking because I have these amazing legs that carry me and it was only about 1.5 miles to my apartment from that stop. I had walked that many times before I starting working. Of course it is a much better walk in the summer, but at least the rain had stopped and there wasn’t any snow, so I couldn’t complain too much. Since my yoga class had already started by the time I finally got home, I changed my plans and decided to check out the new Comcast store to get my internet credit since I can’t get through by phone. Well the Comcast store apparently got pushed back a few days for opening day, but people were there and a kind guy helped me to try to get through to Comcast’s 800 number. After a 20 minute wait and giving them all my info, they then hung up on me. At least the guy was there to witness this terrible customer service they seem to have. Turned out he couldn’t get through to chat on the web either and called one of his co workers and they were having trouble too. So eventually he gave me his number and I should be getting a call from him today on the status of my credit or I will need to call him. I was hungry, frustrated and it was a gloomy day. It was a Monday.
I finally got home and ate and watched some tv to settle down and then enjoyed some chocolate, because chocolate makes things better right? Then I did some yoga and Instagram was having issues on my tablet. Yeah…technology really hates me lately. But I put that aside and just needed some inspiring quotes. Pinterest to the rescue…
After days/nights like last night, I am just grateful to be alive and sometimes I just need to stop and remember to be grateful for all that I do have. There is not enough time in a day, in a life, to be complaining all the time, sometimes you just need to take a step back, breath and be grateful for what you do have. That is how I try to stay positive through everything. A year ago, I was definitely not a positive person. Then I moved, changed my life, participated in 100 days of happiness and sometimes I just think, well it could be worse and I am glad it is not. Today is a new day and I am going to try to make it a better day than yesterday.
Hope this post inspires some of you as well! Happy Tuesday!!
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