I think a lot. A whole damn lot that sometimes I worry for myself. Continue reading “20 Habits That Have Inspired Me For Growth.”
Today being the 1st of May at 8:19PM, I’m scared.
But knowing that the easiest way to conquer fear is to talk about it, I decided to share.
Someone told me sometime last week ‘Do you know that your blog is boring? You’re writing about your past birthdays on it, who cares?! Are you popular?’.
I want to share as many stories as possible, not because I am doing any better or I am the best, or that my life is in any way perfect. I share my stories to encourage myself to be better and do better. Because it makes me feel good about myself, it gives me courage. When I go through the previous stories that I’ve shared I’m reminded that I did that before and I can do it again. And even better.
And frankly, I don’t think that’s such a bad thing.
You should share your stories too. We should all share our stories. Don’t be afraid or too intimidated to talk about your experience, your journey,your story. What made you?
Your voice is important. Speak. We are listening.
I’m declaring this because my soul needs it, because it feeds on it.
And I don’t want it to die.
This one is from Cynthia also known as Cyndy. Here she narrates her escapades on finding love and waiting for its acknowledgement while in Secondary School.
These were written in her words, no edits. Just as she sent it in.
Hey IMFY Fam. Guess whaaatt???
I have a new series coming up on the blog and it begins today. It would run for quite a while depending on some factors such as my content calendar and engagement.
The Crushes Gone Wrong series is dedicated to sharing stories of some of our crushes which well were not successful. And by successful, I mean the person noticed you, liked you back, then…xysjekw$$×#÷^&*÷wdsmf. You know the rest!
With a fractured heart, I want to write about all the times I took the back seat. The times I sat in the shadows and traced the contours of your face on the canvas of my heart while you laughed at her jokes.
I just want to say that I’m grateful for the little wins I’ve experienced in my life. The big wins are coming, I know it, I feel it. But while I’m waiting for them to come I’m eager to get my gear ready in preparation.