Weekend – October 16 & 17, 2010
This weekend has left me feeling rather “emosad” because I didn’t get to see my boyfriend at all. Since we’re not living together at the moment and our weekly schedules are quite packed we only get to spend time together every Saturday night. This weekend however his car was giving problems and he was unable to drive out to come and see me.
Instead of moping in my “emosad” state all weekend I decided to put the time to good use by enhancing my virtual brand, rebuilding my virtual store and working on my new virtual clothing line. More detail about this soon, but first let’s look at my daily horoscope for Saturday and Sunday to see what the stars had to reveal about my weekend:
Cancer – Daily Horoscope (Saturday)
You create your reality with your own thoughts, Moonchild. If you have found yourself in a negative mindset, keep in mind that what you think paves the way for what you do and what ultimately happens in your life. It’s time to climb out of any regret, guilt, or disillusionment that has carved a groove in your life. Lift yourself up with positive visualizations, self-hypnosis, and uplifting thoughts of what the future might hold for you. You can change your destiny just changing your mind.
I strongly believe in the Law of Attraction and that it is relevant to all of us, not just cancerians. What is written here is very true. We are the creators of our own destiny. We are in control. Nothing and no one else can make our thoughts and decisions for us. I have therefore chosen to focus on the things that make me happy, to work on them and dwell on them for future success. This is the exact reason why I didn’t let my “emosad” moment ruin my entire weekend. I decided to stay positive, surround myself with visions for a happy and prosperous future and to work on my goals. All in all, Saturday was a really wonderfully productive day. Now let’s look at Sundays horoscope:
Cancer – Daily Horoscope (Sunday)
Hindsight is twenty-twenty, so don’t go blaming yourself for the road not taken. You are always very hard on yourself when it comes to playing the “what if” game, but that’s just a waste of time. You always put a great deal of thought and passion into the choices you make, and you do what you believe is right at the time. Besides, Moonchild, you are exactly where you are supposed to be. Stop doubting some of the turns you have made along the path of your life. An amazing reward on the horizon will prove that you have made excellent choices.
Extremely accurate and encouraging yet again. I have been playing the “what if” game all Sunday long. While I was working on the first complete outfit for my new virtual fashion line in Second Life I kept thinking “what if I never left Second life on a regular basis for months on end, and what if I started doing this back when I first joined Second Life in 2007?” Sure, I have created many things in Second Life but I have never really taking the time to put a lot of work and effort into my creations, and I have never planned on going “full throttle” with a brand in Second Life. I have had a furniture store in the past but I didn’t take it or myself seriously and I used to take Second Life for granted.
Recently I have had to sit down and re-evaluate my current situation, including my goals and priorities. It has become clear to me that Second Life is something which I enjoy taking part in and it has always been one of my goals to work on a unique architecture, fashion and furniture line in Second Life. I have just pushed the goal aside as being “wishful thinking” or “its only a game” but in reality I could have been much further in Second Life, earning a stable income if only I didn’t take it for granted back when I first started. Here I go playing the “what if” game again. What’s done is done, I can’t go back and there is no point fussing about it. After doing a lot of thinking, I am actually really glad that I am where I am right now because my past experiences have helped me a lot, I have learnt a lot and I believe that now is the right time to put everything into practice, and to do it properly and passionately from the start.
I wanted to snap some pictures to show you guys what my new virtual store looks like, and to give you a quick preview of the first complete outfit for my virtual fashion line. But I believe that in doing so I might ruin the moment, instead I will ask you to please “watch this space” because I plan to release a set of 3 matching outfits by next weekend or soon there-after. That is my personal deadline, and if I happen to miss it by a couple of days it would be due to college work or website design clients taking preference.
Thanks again for your continued support, have a great week!