It’s Monday already, can you believe it?

Honestly, I was doing such a great job at enjoying the weekend and forgetting all of the stress that comes along with life, buying a house, and being pregnant. Friday afternoon rolled around and my brain said NOPE. I’m done. I can’t make any more calls or do anything while businesses are closed, so i’m not even going to think about it.

So I didn’t. Instead we spent some time with friends on Saturday, enjoying a new empanada spot for dinner. (If you haven’t had a buffalo chicken empanada covered in ranch dressing you’re missing out my friend. ) Then, Sunday I spent the entire day celebrating a close friend’s baby shower!

Sadly, my fun-event filled weekend flew by all too quickly. Sunday night I was filled again with anxiety anticipating the upcoming week. As we are getting closer to closing on the house, I know it comes with putting a lot of “to-dos” on to my list.

We’ve made in through the first half of the process so now I have to contact a billion people about re-inpsections and insurance and make sure everything is lining up properly. Timing really is everything at this point. Which means I feel like i’m running around in a frenzy trying to get everything done on time.


Mondays may be crazy, but they don’t have to be the worst.

This morning I woke up, made a few phone calls, and the ground didn’t collapse underneath me. I’m stressed, but reminding myself to breath and take it one day at a time. I know that everything will get done according to his perfect plan. I’m not in this alone, and the stressors are just precursors to someone amazing things. Let’s get through the stress of Monday so we can reap the rewards of Friday!

Published by bestillhawk

• I am a wife, (step) momma, cat momma, preschool teacher, blogger and coffee enthusiast.
• I struggle with moderate to severe Anxiety.


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  1. Yes, one day at a time, one thing at a time, one step at a time. I know it’s hard. That’s my problem, thinking ahead and letting the whole list pile on me. That’s when I pull the world in to a two-foot square and just do the next thing. Nothing else exists. Hang in there! 🙂

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