Happy new year, dear readers. Long time no blog post (covers face). It’s been 3 years plus of doing this and the reason for starting to blog hasn’t changed, it has only gotten better. Looking at my life over the past 3 years, one of the major things I am thankful for is progress and […]
It was May of 2015 when I had to forcefully join the bespectacled people’s club. It took a threat/close shave with glaucoma, eyes ache and a constant mention from my mother to go for eyes test for me to receive sense and start using glasses.
This is that time where most folks reflect on the past/passing year while hoping for a better and greater new year. Writing this post to close the blog post for the year reminds me of the last post I wrote in 2016; as I read through the post, I smiled, ‘cos it showed me the power of positive enthusiasm and preparation.
The Comfort Zone is sometimes the safest place to be, but it is also the most dangerous: for that is where many talents and skills have been buried.A major characteristic of people in the comfort zone is fear.
I started blogging in August 2015 as a hobby and I was not even sure if I could call myself a blogger then, but as the years progressed, I have gotten better and I’ve learnt to take blogging more seriously.
I’m writing this to encourage young people out there, those who are scared and think that their dreams are bigger than their age, and the older folks that think they’ve wasted the fertile part of their life on vanity. There is a reason for you being where you are right now. No matter how old or young you may be, you can still make the best of the rest of your life.
Develop the habit of positive thinking and positive confession. Do not let your circumstances make you confess negatively; learn to speak positively to your life and situations and you’ll see things work out well for you.