Ten ways to have a positive mindset in 2018

Ten ways to have a positive mindset in 2018

Amongst all the fireworks and celebrations, entering into a new year, did your dreams magically manifest into reality? Did everything suddenly transform into pots of gold and rainbows?

Probably not.

The reality is, that if you want change, then you have to make it happen. But that is a lot easier said than done, especially if you are not in the right mindset.

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My top five blog posts of 2017

My top five blog posts of 2017

As I write this post, it is less than two days until the new year. To say I am excited for 2018 would be a bit of an understatement. Y’all 2018 is gon’ be lit!

But before we go into 2018, I thought it’d be a good idea to look back on the year. I thought I’d share my top five blog posts of 2017 (based on views). Continue reading “My top five blog posts of 2017”

Stepping out of my comfort zone in Bucharest 

Stepping out of my comfort zone in Bucharest 

This post is a follow up to my previous post in which I asked you guys to set me tasks to get me out of my comfort zone on my second solo trip. If you haven’t read that post, it’s probably best to have a read of it before you continue with this post.

It would’ve been very easy to lie about my trip, but what good would it have done? There is something quite therapeutic about getting things off my chest and showing you all a side of myself that I have kept under wraps. I am going to keep it 100% real with y’all.

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Challenge me to step out of my comfort zone

Challenge me to step out of my comfort zone

I need your help!

For those of you who may not already know – I am shy. I’ve been shy for as long as I can remember.

Stepping out of my comfort zone is so important to me, as although I have made quite a bit of progress over the years,  I would love to one day overcome my shyness.

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