Life does get better if you work!

Exciting past 24 hours!

So as I type this I am chomping on a particularly darn good egg sandwich (I love my toaster with the egg poacher sidecar) and waiting for another exciting moment.

Let me rewind, in my last post I mentioned that I was looking forward to obtaining a new apartment as well as hopefully a new career in woodworking.  Later yesterday I received word…. the apartment went through!!!  Come the first I will have my own little space in the world for the first time in a long time, I almost couldn’t sleep I was so excited!  While it was slightly difficult to wait patiently to find out though I made it through.

I’m not going to say wish me luck, I’m going to say wish me positivity!

So fast forward this morning, I set my alarm for 6:30 and popped  out of bed at 5:00 with sheer excitement.  In less than an hour I will take to the road on my way to interview for this woodworking position.  I am currently well dressed wearing one of my best shirts and my Italian silk vest and I’m absolutely pumped.  I have a sneaking suspicion that if I maintain a positive attitude this morning I can clinch this thing.

I’m not going to say wish me luck, I’m going to say wish me positivity!  If there is anything that is going to get me this position it’s going to be a positive attitude, confidence, and honesty during my interview.  Very little “just happens” we have to be the catalyst and make things happen.  I will update you on how it goes later.

Be the catalyst to change for the better,


2 thoughts on “Life does get better if you work!”

  1. Way to go Joe – please keep us posted! Love your positive attitude, it’s infectious (in a good way!)
    Wishing you a safe, relaxing and enjoyable Easter with friends and family from New Zealand 🦋🌏💙🌴


    1. Thank you for your kind words, it’s actually interesting as I started this project as a way to force myself to be positive. I found myself in a bad place emotionally over the past few months and had to brainstorm up some sort of idea to mitigate that.

      Often when I sit down to write a post I’m not in the best of moods. Sometimes I snap out of it quickly and the words flow but truth be told it usually takes a few minutes to get started. Usually by the time I get the first paragraph in I’m already feeling much better.

      And of course comments always make my day! Happy Easter from the base of Pikes Peak here in Colorado!!

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