This week has been a little hectic with my new job and all. Every day I think about how I want to make time to blog, and then the time gets away from me, and I find myself laying in bed thinking “I’ll get up earlier tomorrow to blog,” and well, that hasn’t been the case. I need to get into a routine where I’m not just working all of the time. I have gone into work in the morning, spent the days working with clients to meet their wellness goals so they can achieve better, and more mobile (in several cases) lifestyle. Then I come home about 6 o’clock in the evening, or so reflecting on my day, on my clients, with a To-Do List in my head for the next day, as well. Yet, aside from all of that I’m so eager to come home to my favorite boys and my dear husband. But by the time we eat dinner, search for some homes online and spend a little time together, it seems it’s time to start the day all over again. Last night, especially since I worked from 8:30 in the morning until 9:30 in the evening, and didn’t get home until a little after 10. The same story will be for this evening, as I go to work at 11:00 until about 9:30 this evening. Ryan has been so very understanding, and such a trooper (afterall, he did tell me that today he would be willing to wrap all of the christmas presents and prep some of my christmas projects!)…could I ask for a better hubby? Nope, probably not.
My week has been a good one at work. I have learned some new things, and made some new ‘friends’ at work, and have gain some good clients. Rehabilitative Massage Therapy is my favorite to perform, because not only is it self gratifying to see that client walk better or move better after their treatment but just knowing that I am able to help someone and change their life in that way and/or that much. I am in LOVE with what I do, and I can honestly tell you…I don’t feel like it’s work. I always heard the expression, “You won’t work a day in your life, if you love what you do.” Hearing that I would roll my eyes, or just think about “yeah ok sure. Like that will ever happen.” Little did I know, it would happen. I honestly don’t feel like what I do can be considered “work”. Yes, it’s not easy. Yes, it has paper work. Yes, it takes patience. Yes, there are those less than lovely clients that I would probably not be heart broken if I didn’t find them on my schedule again, but at the same time, the good ones make it worth it, the paper work is part of helping people and changing lives for the better, and for the patience…the best things take time. Patience always pays off.
Usually went you start a job you have to learn the ropes of the procedures, how they do things, etc. Things normally aren’t “smooth sailing” for a couple weeks. Fortunately, that is not the case! The funny thing is I have learned the necessary things which took about a day to learn, I’ve been trained in things outside of my field for clients…but I haven’t been doing all of the learning. I have been doing some teaching, too! Since I owned a company in CO, my boss new that and I have introduced her to some new websites for advertising, and evens some huge marketing ideas that could help take the business to the next level. She has been quite impressed, which I must admit makes me feel a bit warm and fuzzy inside. I overheard a conversation my boss was having with a customer about me the other day about how she loves having me on board and my outstanding approach to our clients. I must say, it felt good to hear such great things being told to someone else about me.
With all that being said, I must get ready for work, so I can finish out my 6 day work week and enjoy tomorrow off!! 🙂 I’ll be working my routine to get back into my blogging a wee-bit better, since I love doing it!