Part 2

Yesterday it was clear we all struggled after leaving Uni and still struggle to know what we should be doing work wise.

I watched the film Post Grad today and I had to share this quote:

“what you do with your life is just one-half of the equation. More importantly, it’s who you’re with when you’re doing it”

Made me feel much better, I hope it inspires you too!

Ps- the film is really good πŸ™‚

Vix
xx

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14 thoughts on “Part 2

  1. I will have to believe that children DO count otherwise I’ll get depressed πŸ™‚
    P.s. Is it a new or old movie? Never heard of it, but if it’s good I’ll gladly watch it.

    • Ah you love them really πŸ™‚ yeah just out on DVD, got Alexis Biedel, Michael Keaton and Jane Lynch in it – it’s a rom com, silly and predictable but made me laugh!

  2. Okay, we have got to stop channeling each other. The quote directly relates to my post today. Get out of my head! πŸ˜‰

  3. Reading that made me stop to listen for my son’s breathing over the baby monitor. It’s the sweetest sound I’ve ever heard, and if he’s the guy I get to live it all out with? I’m a very lucky lady!

    Nothing against Ba.D., of course πŸ˜‰

  4. That was really sweet. Yup, there will be lots of changes throughout our lives, we’ll be a lot of people. But our loved ones are the constant. And their the most important part too. I think it’s easy to forget, because it seems like they are always there, until they’re not. I lost my Dad early, so I tend to try and cherish my family. Not always easy because the people who are the closest to you are going to be the ones who can hit your buttons the easiest. (You’re parents are the ones that installed them :D)

    • So true! I lost my dad too aged 9 and it does make you realise you need to appreciate your loved ones. I bet they’re always there for you and that’s the most important thing even if they annoy you sometimes πŸ™‚

      • Oh yeah, they really are. The annoying stuff is just every so often, and more like when someone is close they know how to bug if they want to. Luckily it’s not all too often.

  5. I always remember the sense of indecision I felt after leaving Uni. People who have a clear idea of what they want to do are so lucky. Having someone to share your situation, whatever it is, makes all experiences so much richer. I lost my dad when I was eight by the way. I still think of all the conversations I would have loved to have with him

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