As this year comes to an end, looking back over the months seems like a distant memory but I also feel this year went super quick.
I believe it’s good for us to reflect over the past year. Looking at achievements made, lessons learnt, experiences we’ve been through and how life has treated us mentally, physically and emotionally. It sets us up for a new year. It helps to understand what we need to do in the new year approaching in order to work smarter, become a better person and to make moves that will get us to where we want to be in life. There will be hiccups along the way, as there is with most things in life but having a clear mind for a new year will prepare us for anything. We’ve got this.
So much has happened.
If you told me this time last year that I’d step in a co-host for a drive time radio show on the FM dial, I’d probably laugh and think “ha yeah right…” but I’ve actually done it, and I have enjoyed it so much! I stepped out of my comfort zone and done something completely new.
I didn’t write a lot of blog posts this year, I mean I got a few out, but this year I owed it to myself to really focus on my mental health, my growth, my personal development. Whilst I’m still on a journey in helping those areas of my life, I am super proud of where I am and I hope that if you’ve done the same, that you’re proud of yourself too.
I had an amazing holiday with my cousin and let me tell you, we had a wicked time. I enjoyed myself so much. A couple weeks away from England, I retuned my mind, feeling like a new person.
This year has had many highs as well as many lows, but with good comes bad and we need that balance. My highs outweigh my lows and that’s all that matters. Even the bad things that have happened, it was all part of the plan in order for me to get myself to where I am today.
I feel like 2019 has helped me to come out of my shell that I had been hiding in for so long. I actually feel free. Free from absolutely everything and everyone. No one can tell me shit! LOL! But on a serious note, I’ve always felt like I owed myself to those around me, whether it was ex-boyfriends, friends, family, I’ve never really put myself first in terms of my mental health and who I am as an individual, but 2019, you set me free. I owe it to myself to focus on me and that’s what I have been doing and will continue to do in 2020.
2020 is around the corner. A new decade begins and this one, credit to Frank Musker on this, is my year of clear vision. 2019 built the foundation for so much, 2020, I’m building!
To anyone reading this, make 2020 your year. Even if 2019 was a great year, make 2020 the best so far. Always strive for better, never settle and do what is right for you.
Live for yourself and make sure you’re good!
If you’ve got an idea on something, work on it, if you want to go do something, go for it! Never let anyone tell you any different and be proud of your accomplishments and your progress in life. Taking the risk means you are not scared to lose, losing should motivate you to do better and continue until you reach where you need to be.
Thank you to every single person who took the time to read my blog posts, I truly appreciate it.
2020, more blog posts, more life, more love & more blessings for you all!
Have an absolutely amazing new year!
Keep it Simple, Yeah? – Always and forever.
Peace out, A Town down….
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