Final Reflection

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It has been a journey, a journey with ups and downs but I am glad to say that I am ending on a high note and I hope that you are too. Learning so much about myself, the good and the bad, has not only allowed me to grow, but also learn to love myself #OwnYourSlay

By identifying some of the little bits that make me me I have grown to appreciate what a complex being I am and as cocky as it may sound, I am proud of me. I am proud of how quickly I learn, how quickly I bounce back and how much more I think I can grow. And you should be proud of you too! This life is FAR from easy, but as long as you are willing to strive for the best possible version of you, I guarantee it’s worth living.

I want to keep this short and simple otherwise I will blab on FOREVER about how much of a challenge this year has been. I’m so thankful that it is ending on a high note- I have heard sooooo much great news pretty much since December started which feels so refreshing after what seemed like a November from hell. But I’m positive about what is to come because the most important lesson I have learnt from 2015 is that your life won’t improve until you decide to improve with it.

You can hope and pray for amazing things to happen to you, but unless you strive for an amazing attitude, an amazing spirit, amazing relationships, an amazing mindset etc, you simply won’t know how to accommodate amazing blessings and they won’t come your way either.

Work on you. Perfect you. And everything else will fall into place.

I ended 2014 by setting a challenge for myself, a challenge to change my mindset, and it is probably one of the best things I have ever done. Your outlook on life really does have an impact on the way you live your life and the things that happen, so if you didn’t try this in 2015, try it in 2016; and if you did try, keep going, none of us are perfect, but we won’t get any closer without trying!

All the best in 2016, God bless!

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!

Love Tisha x

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