Hey there folks. Lately, I’ve felt the need to share some words of encouragement in an effort to help those feeling fatigued by the pursuit of their dreams. I’m a believer that a lot of times in life, we as humans go through situations that really test us and force to either grow or shrink. Looking back on my life, I can recall countless experiences that have helped push me to evolve. But as I’ve gotten older, and I like to think wiser, I’ve realized that the things that have happened to me on my journey in life happened not only for my own benefit of growth, but also to help someone else. That is if I’m willing to open up and transparent (which is definitely not an easy thing to do.)
I sincerely hope all is well, and that everyone is doing what they can to be the very best version of themselves. What I mean by that, is I hope each of you is making a valiant effort to live life and not just survive it. I recently published a post about the difference between living and surviving. In short, I was encouraging people to pursue their calling in life, because it’s a sad existence not to acknowledge and excel in your destiny. Anyway, that brings me around to today’s post.
Hi there folks,
I wanted to take some time out today to share with you all some inspiration. Over the last few years, I’ve grown to learn more and more about the difference between living and surviving. I know some of you may be reading this and preparing to write this article off as cliché or an already labored point, but hear me out. I’m certain this won’t be a waste of your time.
It’s here! It’s finally here! Majoring in Me (Acceptance) is now available for purchase. Wow that sounds so crazy for me to say. What started out as some writing in a notebook about two years ago, is finally a published body of work. To say I’m excited is an understatement. But with my excitement comes a healthy dose of anxiety. I’m not afraid to admit that to you all either.
Happy Thursday Folks! Today marks an amazing day for me, because it is officially According to T’s anniversary. A year ago today, I answered my first question and posted my first response. It’s crazy to think that I’ve been blogging for 12 months. You all have to understand, I wasn’t sure I’d be doing this for a few months let alone for a year. I kind of thought I was running with this crazy idea that people wouldn’t buy into or understand. So I’m thankful for all the support and positive vibes I received from site visitors and those seeking advice. It’s honestly quite humbling.