Well hello there! I know- I know it's been a long time but I am here now! I have so much to tell you. Where do I begin? Well first let me say: Happy New Year! 2020 is a year that I am branching out more and stepping out on faith for MYSELF. I just turned 30 on November 27th and I had to sit back and reflect on what I am doing. This year is going to be a difference in how I approach things, how I will speak my mind more without hold back (I always hold my opinions and thoughts in), and going out and enjoying life.
Back in October, I posted a textbook along with my laptop. Yes, I am back in school! I'm not ready to tell what I am studying for yet because I don't want to jinx it but, I had to go back to school for this particular career. It is something that I have always wanted to do so I decided that I need to step out on faith. I always have it in my mind for multiple sources of income so I am tying get there. There was a minor setback because one of the classes dropped but I got this. There is a reason why it was dropped.
As I mentioned in my last blog post, I sometimes felt invisible and felt like I am not heard when around some family members and friends. It still feels like that sometimes so I decided to make some changes. How my mind is working right now, I am going to make them listen to me, even if I have scream to the top of my lungs. I'll explain in my next post more in detail.
I have also been talking to a few guys to get back into the dating scene. It has been a VEERRRY long time since I have talked to a guy for a potential relationship. When I went to Austin for my birthday weekend, one of my sisters asked me to go talk to a guy that seemed like he was interested in me. I got nervous and told them I was scared LOL. There is a reason all of this and I believe this will be in my next blog entry as well.
I am trying to get a schedule together to make sure that I get my blog posts out more than I did last year. I want to become more active again so somethings are going to change up so that I can become more disciplined. Until the next blog, thanks again for listening.
Pieces of Me,