The 30 Days of Gratitude Challenge: Day 17 – Work

Day 17: What about your job are you most grateful for?

Considering that my full-time job at the moment is blogging about books and anime, I would have to say the practise in writing and expressing myself creatively, as well as all of the people I’ve met along the way. Those are the two qualities that I respect and am most grateful for. Having a creative outlet that’s healthy allows me to keep evolving as an artist, and the people keep inspiring me to never give up on life, whether it’s blogging related or involves something in my personal life. The support and consideration have been wonderful for my mental health disorders as well.

I’m also a full-time aspiring author, so the part I’m grateful for in regard to that is being able to write stories with various diverse representations while being able to express my imagination in a manner that I cannot do in other ways. Sometimes it can be very dark, while other times it’s quite light-hearted. Being a Painter of Words is a fantastic feeling.

Feel free to visit the intro post for more information about the challenge.

8 thoughts on “The 30 Days of Gratitude Challenge: Day 17 – Work

  1. It’s amazing that you have work that aligns with your values so much. 😀

    I’m working 32 hours a week right now, but I’m looking for something else for various reasons. I might not enjoy my job right now, which can be very frustrating, but I suppose it’s a sign that I need to find something else.

    • Took me a while to get this point, but I’m glad it worked out in the end.

      Sir Besty doesn’t like their job on some days and they are always on the look-out for new opportunities. Sometimes the signs come in obvious ways, other times not so much. Hoping you can find something better for yourself soon! ♥

  2. I think it is awesome you get to work in a field you love and having it help you towards your goals! I hope to do the same soon with food, so you are an inspiration.

  3. I’m working fulltime right now and hope to segue into writing from home fulltime. I don’t mind a stable, paying job at all, but I’d be happier in my own home and doing stuff I actually want to do.

    • Yeah, that has been very good for my mental health, focusing on things i want to do. Really helps me to stress less about the things I can’t. Hoping you can do that one day (work from home, I mean)!

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