Upheavals

Last Update: July 07, 2019

Hi folks, my activity has been a slow so far this weekend. I've had some problems in life and it's down to the stresses of living. My relationship with my landlord has broken down. He made an explicit demand as a condition of renewal and basically it's a cause of him not guarenteeing a stay. So i've made the heavy decision to move acommadation and whlle it's not ideal, I know that I'm bound to a better place. I'm here on WA and will long term see income.

While living in Canterbury has been great, I've had to house share with students that often avoid responsibility. Mind you I have decided to move to to a good place... where I shot this sunset, a town on the Estuary of the Swale, known as Sittingbourne. My long term aim of Scotland might be far away but I'm getting closer.

Plans

I've also struggled with aniexity and it's the likely cause of my foot issues. In light of this, I might drop out a bit and consider focusing on my photography projects. I'll have to consider putting my warhammer stuff into storage to have an orderly move. I've got days booked off, though I might have to fund the strict demand of a spoltess house to get my deposit back.

While this isn't generally relevant to my training but the move to Sittingbourne will allow me more time to use means to develop my photogrpahy and live in a town, I might actually feel at home in.

I did that thing of panicking but now, have calmed down at have looked at options. I'm angry at the way that my landlord has simply ignored the loyalty of three years. Sadly this is life. I've already regrouped and will look forward to a better future.

I've been on WA for like a month but I've learned so much. I'm heading to a brighter place :)


Have an awesome Sunday :)

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firstlearn Premium
I wish you luck with your move Christopher.

As you have no dobt seen there are many here that suffer from anxiety and depression. If it is getting to much just shout out, the help is available.

Derek
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CAtkins85 Premium
I was able to bring that lowness under control. Though the stress has attacked the most vulnerable part of my body, my feet. I think my move will help me and I'll be so much closer to the clouds I love to shoot :)
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5-qpq Premium
Hi,

You are on the right track. Life will never fail you as long as you always see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Things happen that allow us to grow and that move us towards greater and bigger dreams that align with your dreams that are already within your heart already.

All the best with moving forward.

Talk to you soon.

Becky
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CAtkins85 Premium
I think this is likely true, I think it's a sign for change. I'm ready for a new chapter. A friend up the road is upset that I'm going. But sadly my mental health demands new locations. I have to go with the tide. But thanks for the kind words :)
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SaraPoyner Premium
Good luck with everything, take a break and get settled, then come back. It was weird, I was thinking this morning I hadn't seen you around. All the best : )
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CAtkins85 Premium
Yeah kinda was distracted by all stuff, I'd been up yesterday but got up but had a lie in then headed to the tip. Was about to have a nap and then saw a cryptic email and day was ruined. I'm kinda already making plans and will be ready to face it all!
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BarbaraN Premium
Good luck with your move.Life has a way of messing with our best laid plans. Get moved, then take a deep breath,and pick up where you left off.
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CAtkins85 Premium
It can do, but I did prepare for this in case it happened. Loyalty isn't something valued in the property and rental industry these days.
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Joes946 Premium
Just take a breather. Get sorted, collect your thoughts, calm the anxiety then come back with a vengeance!
Enjoy the journey
Joe
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CAtkins85 Premium
I'm much calmer and possessive on positivism today. I did a timed drive to Sittingbourne from where I work and it's no different to driving from Canterbury. I think it will be for the better. Somewhat sad this complication came along but that's how life works. And aye, will be up for vengeance!
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Joes946 Premium
I lived in jolly ole England for 7 years. Loved every place!
Best wishes
Joe
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