Plenty hard work

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I just finished a very long day at work. I worked my a@@ off. :)

As most of you know, I am a nurse, and I am so thankful to be working! Coming home after a long shift feels amazingly satisfying.

My body and mind are exhausted, but it feels great. I feel proud that I served my patients well…

It was about 5 years ago that I left my old hospital job as an ICU nurse (which I loved, by the way), mainly due to being too anxious to handle it anymore. I tried to stay positive about it, but mostly I felt awful that anxiety and panic had consumed my world.

It was never about the work, it was always about the anxiety. :(

Regarding work and anxiety, I made a decision over 2 years ago to take positive action steps to create a life of abundance and happiness. I am seeing results and it feels so good. I am well on my way, thanks to God, staying focused on my recovery from anxiety, and hard work- meaning, getting out there and gently facing my fears every day.

I opened up a fortune cookie last night and it is now taped to the top of my computer screen. It says: Trust Your Intuition and the Chinese word on the back translates into Plenty.

Plenty = Abundance. Pretty cool I think. There are no coincidences!

Thank you Lord, for the amazing blessing of hard work, for letting me finally realize that I can work at a job that I love and do well.

I will continue to trust my intuition, and work hard every day towards Plenty and Abundance in life! Because I am worth it. Know that you are worth it too :) !

I wish you peace,
Jill G.

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2 Responses to Plenty hard work

  1. maz says:

    What a lovely post very inspirational. You prove time and time again recovery is possible. I love it and great cookie came your way too

    Maz

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