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Let’s have coffee

Hello everyone and Happy Monday.

It’s Monday where I’m from and I know this post is a day late but who cares! First of all, let me welcome you to my new home:

>> thekatalogue.net << 

If we were having coffee, I’d tell you that I had some issues yesterday because I wanted katalogue.net but it seems someone beat me to it. And then I just wanted to stop blogging altogether since all the domains I wanted were gone.

If we were having coffee, we’d both laugh cause it’s pretty obvious I got over that hump quickly. Here I am with a new domain and ready to blog again. Truth is, I’ll probably have a hard time blogging with my training and a new team to work with this week BUT I am hopeful that life will be kind.

Life wasn’t kind this weekend. If we were having coffee, I’d tell you that my boyfriend and I had this chill date. We ate at Friday’s and watched Train to Busan. That movie was just amazing and the atmosphere at the cinemas was hilarious! LOL. Once we got home, I was just relaxing a bit more when all of a sudden my mom got serious dizzy spells while my dad had a hard time with his illness. We ended up bringing my dad to the hospital a little past midnight then I brought my mom around lunch time. Good thing both of them were fine and neither of them got admitted. It was scary though, bringing both your parents to the emergency in a span of ten hours. It puts life into perspective.

If we were having coffee, I’d remind you that you should really put more importance to the things that matter to you. It might be your family, your experiences, your blog, or even just your you-time. Whatever it might be, you must remember to focus on the things that matter and leave no space for negativity.

We only have one lives to live so make the most out of it, right? I know you probably heard that advice a million times, but believe me, if you don’t live that kind of way, you’ll be surprised your whole life has passed you by.

That’s it! I hope you have a banging week ahead of you. Stay safe and keep it positive.

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To keep it short and simple: I'm twenty-seven years old. Still plenty young, but not as young as I used to be.

15 Comments

  1. Hi Kat!
    Congratulations on your new domain! That’s exciting. I am glad that your parents are okay. It is scary to take parents to the emergency room. My parents have both entered their 60s. My mom had a hip replacement last Christmas and my dad was in the emergency room for kidney failure at the beginning of 2016. Both have recovered, but my dad is having to consider a kidney transplant or dialysis. I cannot imagine life without them.

    I really appreciate how positive you are! You are truly inspiring!

    Take care and talk soon!
    ❤ Alana

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    • Thank you so much Alana! My dad had to go to the ER this week again. 😦 It’s very hard for me to see him weak. It scares me too much and it doesn’t help that I tend to overthink! I hope your dad feels better and I hope whatever he ends up doing will help him 🙂

      I am sending you lots of virtual hugs!

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