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Happy March!

It’s been two months since the beginning of the year and it’s time to check in: How have you been? Is your (mental, physical, spiritual, emotional) health ok? Have you been saying your positive affirmations? Have you been remaining positive? Have you been accomplishing the goals you have set for yourself? Have you been consistent with your objectives? Have you been blessing the world with your magic? Have you been loving yourself wholeheartedly? Have you been tuning out the negativity? Kudos to you if you have. I’m happy that you… Read more Happy March!

šŸ„³Celebrating MilestonesšŸ„³

If my blog were a baby, she would be at the point where she is more aware of her surroundings. She would try to talk, producing sounds unfamiliar to me, and mimic everything I do. We would both have that love and trust surrounded by unlimited happiness. Six months ago, I decided to be brave enough to publish my first post publically and chose to keep the consistency. It was such a nerve-wracking experience as I was scared of the rejections I would face when I made myself vulnerable by… Read more šŸ„³Celebrating MilestonesšŸ„³

My Poetry Challenge

I thought it! I said it out loud! I did it! As part of my theme this year, I wanted to push myself towards writing more poetry. I convinced my friend that we should do a writing challenge; we would alternate picking themes for the month, write at least three poems and send them as voice notes or messages to each other. My friend agreed, and we went on our 2020 journey. The theme for January was “Having the Strength to Let Go,” decided by yours truly! At the end… Read more My Poetry Challenge

End of Year Address (Part 2)

ā€¦In Grenada, I reconnected with my father, got the chance to do some significant reflections; which made me learn a lot more about myself, and I finally decided what I wanted to do career wise. After returning from Grenada, I started looking at masters or PhD programmes. I found this school and I knew that it was the school for me (its logo was an owl, I’ll expand in a later post), and coincidently I found a job in analytical chemistry that was 10mins away from where I lived. I… Read more End of Year Address (Part 2)

End of Year Address (Part 1)

Every year I am fortunate enough to celebrate two new years; the one everyone celebrates based on the Gregorian calendar, and the other one is, of course, my birthday. The second one is much more special to me because it’s a celebration of my birth and a rededication of my commitment to be my most authentic self. This year, 19-28, was a fantastic year aside from the fact I will never acclimatise to winter for I will forever be a summer baby. The year started in Barcelona; it was a… Read more End of Year Address (Part 1)

#thursdaythoughts02012020

The first Thursday thought of the new month, the new year, the new decade should be about pushing yourself. Last year was about the realisation of self-worth, now this year is about utilising the potential. What goals are you starting (and continuing) this year? Hope this gives you the push to get it going. Pax et Felicitatem,Nomadic Mind Wanderer