Thankful Thursday: a job

8:00 AM

Hi Y'all,
As this is the "month of thanks", I thought it would be great to take some time each week to remind myself what I'm thankful for. And, in case you were curious, yes, there is still one major holiday in between now and Christmas, it's called Thanksgiving.

For this first post, I'm thankful for my job. I currently work for a small boutique that sells Lilly Pulitzer. I'm extremely lucky because the store is expanding. Lots of other small boutiques in our section are closing/going out of business. That means, people are out of jobs right before the holiday season (literally one store is closing in two weeks!).

I won't lie, sometimes my job is stressful/anxiety causing (you're looking at a social introvert so when the store gets really busy I find that taxing), but that means that I have a way to provide for myself because our store has customers!

Plus, I could be like a lot of college graduates and not have any job at all.

It's a fun work environment and I get to work with a clothing brand I love on a daily basis!

What are y'all thankful for?

with southern grace,
Lindsey


18 comments:

Lauren {Fizz and Frosting} said...

I am so thankful for my family. They are the best thing in my life! These days having a job is definitely something to be thankful for!

Fizz and Frosting

Breakfast at Lillys said...

I worked retail right out of college as well :)
Now I'm working in social media management so I am thankful for my job as well.

xoxo, Jenny || Breakfast at Lillys

angelintheoutfield said...

Your job sounds like fun! Even though I know from experience retail can horribly exhausting sometimes, it helps to be surrounded by beautiful things! Can't wait to read more of what you're thankful for this season. xx Merisa | Monogrammed Magnolias

Kate Steadman said...

I started writing down all of my thanks recently and have continued to add to it since. So much to be thankful for and a job is definitely at the top of the list!

xo,
Sara Kate Styling

A Peachy Sonder said...

What a great idea! I am also thankful for my job! As well as my family, friends, and health. Can't wait to read more of these! :)

Allison said...

I just lost my job and then found another one so I'm extremely thankful for my job too!

Lauren Ashley said...

I love this idea. It's always important to remember what you are thankful for!!!
xoxo
Lauren
www.thefashionistasdiary.com

Kayleigh Adam said...

Such a great reminder to count your blessings!
www.kayleighskloset.com

Ashley said...

Yes, having a job is definitely something to be thankful for, even if we have trouble remembering this every day! Thanks for the reminder, sweet girl!

xo Ashley

As We Stumble Along said...

This is awesome! What do you do? This sounds amazing!

Courtney//As We Stumble Along

Morgan Flinchum said...

I'm thankful for so many things and my job is one of them!

-Morgan
How 2 Wear It [] http://how2wearit.com

Alessandra Hechanova said...

I'm really thankful for my friends right now - they've been so great over the last few weeks. I admire so many of them for their accomplishments.

Alessandra | blog.pumpup.com

Fairy Princess Jord said...

Your boutique sounds so cute. I can imagine busy days being taxing, you have a great attitude remaining grateful and gracious!

Savannah Ward said...

I love this post idea! I'm really thankful for my job as well. I'm a nanny and I'm so glad I get to be around kids and watch them grow up. I'm really blessed to have such a great job! :]

http://thealwaysblog.com

Cat said...

Your job sounds great! Good for you for finding something that makes you happy.

Cat
http://classmeetscouture.com

Cristina on Campus said...

Your job sounds awesome! I'm just a student right now but I'm really thankful for the ability to be able to learn at a great school!

Shane Prather said...

Sounds like a fun gig! Love Lily :)

Tiffany Khyla said...

My job is definitely something I'm thankful for too. Your job sounds so awesome!

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Reading your comments absolutely make my day, thanks for writing one!
with southern grace,
Lindsey