I've not had a good start to the New Year, being hammered by my landlord about the state of the house with him saying that work will have to be done which will cost 'a fortune' and that he'll be sure to let me know of the costs. Although there is no way I have done anything sufficient for repairs to cost a fortune, and there are certainly other shared/rented houses I've seen which are in a worse state. Having had a steady start to New Year's Day, this hit me quite hard when I saw the email late in the evening and I'm still feeling a bit fuzzy. My neighbour looks after the house for the landlord who lives abroad and I will hopefully be able to speak to him this weekend - possibly best to speak to him then when my mind will hopefully be a bit clearer.
I don't understand why things like this happen sometimes, and on top of the stress of the last few months with work being so busy, I wish this hadn't happened. Although work has been good since I've been back, in fact it's been quite good to be at work which has taken my mind off things a bit. Am also grateful for some good books I've read, particurlarly 'Life is Calling' by Stephanie J King which I got out of the library in Harrogate.
This weekend sees the re-launch of The Happiness Centre in Ilkley, in brand new premises, there is an open weekend tomorrow and Sunday from 10 to 4 so I am definitely going tomorrow, possibly Sunday. I look forward to this.
I am just chilling out as much as I can rather than focusing on my goals, which I find very hard to do when life is a bit stormy. Trying to get as much inspiration as I can, from wherever it can come from :) I think sometimes when your mind is racing, it's important to read uplifting books or watch good videos - it helps me anyhow.