What's new with all of you so far this week?! I hope things are off to a good start for you.
So far my week has been great, I've been working a lot and I've been getting more and more excited about the Holidays! How is it already this time of year?!
On December 23rd, I'll fly with Mama Daley out to Kansas City, Missouri to see my aunt (NINI!) as well as meeting up with my twin sister, Shannon, who arrives to KC from Baltimore! It's crazy to think that that is only 2 weeks from today!
2015 has certainly been quite an incredible year; there have been many "ups" and "downs." In my life this year, there have been some days that were amazingly wonderful as well as some days that were extremely difficult. For example, one of my most exciting days was when I found out that I'd be signing with a great new talent agent! On that day I was able to see so many aspects of my acting career progressing! On the other side of the spectrum, when Mama Daley was in the hospital a couple of months ago, I never have felt more nervous or helpless. I didn't know what was going to happen next.
But, we learn from each experience, don't we? With Mama Daley's hospitalization - as I pointed out on a recent YouTube video - I learned a lot from that particular experience. I learned how it literally does no good at all to worry about what is going to happen next, because honestly in life, most things are out of our control. I believe that it's important to simply do the best that we can do in the moment that we have, try to enjoy our moments, and to have faith that all things will work out. None of us knows what what the future will bring. All that we can do is to do our best to enjoy our current moment! (And don't waste time with unhelpful distractions! Here's an example of what I'm talking about.)
I wanted to take this opportunity today to remind you all to enjoy your current moment, and enjoy your day. The current moment is a gift. And thank you for sharing your time with me today by stopping by to check out my blog.
* I'll be posting more YouTube videos later this week and this weekend!
Lots of love!