Monday, 22 August 2016

A Risk I'm So Glad I Took!

Hello Everyone!
  So it's Monday but I decided to do quite a honest post for Monday evening so I hope you enjoy.
  So last week I started my new job which I know recently I've been talking about my new job quite a lot on my blog but it's just a big change in my life and I've always wanted my blog to be somewhere where I could look back on so I wanted to document it all down. This Monday evening I decided I wanted to make an honest post about the risk I did take to start a new job. I was so terrified when I knew I would have to leave a job I had been doing for three years to start a job I have no experience with but in all honesty I am so glad I did. I was in a rut with my old job thinking it would get better and just counting the days down until Friday but I'm only young and I have a lot of time to work until I can retire so I wanted to do a job I loved going to and I'm so glad I actually decided to look for another job. I applied for the job I do now on a whim thinking 'Oh I might get an interview' and I got the interview and the job within the week so as my mum always says It was meant to be and I honestly think it was. The job seems like such a good role for me and will give me some perfect experience which I'm so happy about but I just think I will love the role when I get into it properly. This week I've mainly been thinking if I made the right decision and in all honesty I really am, I know I left all the friends I made in the three years and I came out of my comfort zone but I couldn't be more happier to have done it and I'm definitely enjoying going to work now which is always a bonus. The only downside is I haven't worked out a routine which works well for my work and my blog yet but that will come in time and I'm so looking forward to it all. I have to say too my mood has gotten so much more positive and happy and that's with working in my new role for only a week so I just know I made the right decision. So let's get into the main reason I made this post, For anyone who goes to a job they hate but think I need the money or I need this job- You'll find a much better one for you. Take that small risk because in the long run you'll become more happier and take it from my experience I jumped out of my comfort bubble to do an interview for a brand new job with brand new people and a brand new role and I turned out a lot happier than I expected so if you want to make that risk definitely go for it! I'm just in a little bubble of happiness at the moment and I love it.
Have a lovely week!


  1. If you dont take risks, you can't improve! A lovely honest post- well done for pushing yourself! Lydia Eve | xx

    1. Exactly I'm so glad I pushed myself now! Thank you for reading and enjoying the post!
      Meg xo