Gratitude

Weekly Gratitude 2018 41/52

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Welcome to another Sunday everyone! Hope you have had a good week. Mine started off on a bit of a downer but seems to have improved. I fell sick last Sunday and it brought to front some demons I’d probably been avoiding and I was in a bit of a funk for a lot of Sunday and a few days after. But, if there’s one thing I know, it’s to deal with things head-on. Which is what I’m doing. And one of those things is to reflect daily on things I’m grateful for; to look for the silver linings amidst the darkness. Without further ado, here are things I’m grateful for from 7th October 2018 to 13th October 2018.

Slow mornings {I didn’t go to the gym this week but tried to not feel guilty and instead look at it as a time to self-care in a different way}

A new challenge two days a week in a different role – it was interesting to learn how differently things work in adult inpatient settings

Friends who check-in on me

Friends who read things, think about me and send it to me

Spending an entire morning reading

Being productive at work

Friday night with my friend NG watching Deadpool 2 and eating takeaway

Decluttering my study – I got rid of so much paperwork from years ago!

Watching Birds of Tokyo perform live and getting to stand right up the front again. It helps me look at and obsess over Kenny <3 Seriously, though, they are good {even if Karnivool is better}

Catching up with some Sydney friends after the gig and staying over at my friend JR‘s place to avoid driving in the rain

So yeah, although I nursed a sore throat for most of the week, struggled to get to the gym, and had some sleepless nights thanks to my brain, there was still a lot to be grateful for. It’s these things I need to remember in dark times which can be so very hard.

How was your week?

Do share!

***Linking with Lindsay and her posse for What’s Up Weekend***

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  • Shantala
    15 October 2018 at 12:03 pm

    I love reading these gratitude posts of yours every Sunday night.

    I am glad to hear the health is getting better, and you took time to indulge in self-care, even when you couldn’t make it to the gym. And spending an entire morning reading sounds blissful – I really need to do that sometime – guilt free.

    Wishing you a great week ahead!

  • Shalzmojo
    15 October 2018 at 12:13 pm

    Aww hugs on the ill health darling- hope you feel better soon. Dont push yourself for the gym – take rest and good care of the body.

    Love the fact that you get to go for so many musical gigs – you sure do live in one hell of a rocking place 🙂

  • Shailaja Vishwanath
    15 October 2018 at 12:15 pm

    Hope you are feeling better now, Sanch. Always important to take care of oneself. Glad you had a good time with friends. They are such mood lifters!

  • Rachna
    15 October 2018 at 2:02 pm

    Hope you are feeling better now,Sanch.it’s definitely okay to spend some time in self care and that reading bit sounds so good.

  • Suzy
    16 October 2018 at 9:02 pm

    Hope you feel better soon. Better to take time off and get better than keep going and get worse
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  • BellyBytes
    16 October 2018 at 10:00 pm

    Gosh! How do you manage to feel grateful everyday ? I just about have time to record what I’ve done for the day and then feel it is so ordinary and humdrum…. But perhaps it is better than being dramatic and horrid….

  • Vidya Sury
    18 October 2018 at 5:34 am

    Hugs Sanch! Glad you spent time with friends, best way to feel better!
    Watching a music performance can be so energising and uplifting! Take care!
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  • Parul Thakur
    19 October 2018 at 11:37 pm

    Hope you are better now. Sore throat can be very painful and takes it own time to go away. Self care included being kind with oneself. And glad you took time to take rest.
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  • October 2018 Reflections - Sanch Writes
    1 November 2018 at 6:01 am

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