Last Post of The Year.

Can’t remember the last time I wrote a blog post but we’re here now. There are only four more days left in 2020 and I felt it was only right to do one more blog post to wrap up the year. These last few months have been crazy. I will not get all into what’s been going on and why I have not written a post but I will say that I am excited this year is coming to an end and am looking forward to 2021. 

I moved a few weeks ago and am still in the process of getting things together but once everything is in order I cannot wait to share our new studio apartment with you all! 


With all that has occurred this year, I feel it is important to look back over the year and highlight some of  the positive things that occurred. There were a lot of setbacks, canceled plans, and death (rip to all those who are no longer with us)  but it wasn’t all bad.

Three questions for reflection:

What is something positive that came out of this year?

  • New job as a Behavior Counselor/RBT
  • Moved into my own place
  • Caught up on all my bills
  • A lot of learning and growth

What is something you have learned this year?

This year has taught me so much about myself and the way that I relationship. For many years I struggled with being able to be there for the people I love without taking on their pain and struggles as my own. I struggled with being vulnerable and expressing my emotions. But this year has given me the knowledge I needed to be there for the people I love in a way that is healthy for them and me. I was also given the opportunity to tap into myself and discover who I am, what is no longer working for me, and what I have the power to change. In other words this year has been very enlightening in reference to personal development. 

What is something you hope to achieve next year?

Next year I mainly want to achieve consistency in my personal life. I find that I am able to commit and be consistent with people, jobs, sports teams, etc. but am not always able to offer myself that same commitment and consistency in things that I simply want to do. I will start things and eventually they will fade away but no more. I realized that I am what’s holding me back and everyday is an opportunity to take a step in the right direction.

So with this year coming to a close I just want to say thank you to everyone who has supported me, encouraged me, inspired me, and pushed me to be my best self. I truly appreciate yall. It is only up from here, mark my words!

Make sure that you answer the following questions in the comments section, I would love to read your answers!


4 thoughts on “Last Post of The Year.

  1. Something positive that came out of this year was me deciding that I can’t sit on anymore ideas. I don’t want fear to control me and I won’t know the outcome of anything until I do it.

    Something I’ve learned this year is that I’m an intimate person – who has maturity expectations – & that’s part of why my friendships fail. I still have expectations & I know people say you shouldn’t, but once you reach 25 (before then for some) you can’t help but question why some people haven’t changed. And in that discovery I also learned that it’s okay to let people go for good.

    Something I hope to achieve next year is believing in myself. Although, I say I do I know my belief isn’t strong enough because I still second guess my every move. I don’t want to do that anymore.

    I enjoyed your post & am glad you were able to find positives in this hectic year✨.

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    1. Thank you for taking the time to read this post! I am glad that you were able to find some positives as well. I totally feel you on the sitting on ideas thing and the believing in yourself more part as well. I am wishing you the best this coming year. I know you got this!!

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