Cheers to New Beginnings

It’s a new day, week, month, quarter, and season. Everything new rolled in one today. I’m excited, anxious, nervous, but most importantly hopeful about not only the new month, but also, the next three months.

I do have some goals, but I want them to be a surprise. Hope it brings my readers more joy and it helps them out more so with their mental health. I know my post are coming in slower than usual. I’m not giving up on yall and I hope you don’t give up on me.

The first 3 months of this year was rough and I didn’t think I was going to make it. I thought by the end of March I would breakdown. But writing “articles” on mental health helped me channel everything to help anyone in a similar situation.

Now that winter is over, I’m ready to bloom. I hope you are too! I know I post a video on how to achieve your goals within the first 90 days. However, if you were like me, and your 90 days were rocky, then I have another treat for you.

I created a video about how to create better habits less than a month. If you develop better habits, the more likely you will achieve your goals or improve you depression. So if you feel disappointed about the start of your 2019 and think it’s too late… Nope! You are wrong my friend!

The link is below and watch how you can turn your month/year around less than a month. You can do it! Just remember to adult one day at a time.


5 thoughts on “Cheers to New Beginnings

  1. I want to encourage you. The world looks down on any kind of weakness/mental disorder/physical disability/failure. They hunt for perfection, thinking it will make them happy and loved and admired by others. Not so with God. When the apostle Paul prayed three times that God would free him of his disability this is what Jesus said to him:
    2 Corinthians 12:9:
    But he said to me, “My grace is enough for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness.”
    God uses our frailties to bless others if we trust him in it. I see that taking place in your life with your writing! Be encouraged and be at peace!
    Ron Bouchard
    P.S. Thank you so much for liking my posts. It gave me the opportunity to read your blog!
    God bless

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    1. Thanks for your words of encouragement. It means a lot to me. Receiving comments and emails from people like you motivates me to keep writing. That’s why I like your and anyone’s post who helps uplifting people with their writing. If we all support one another, we can spread enlightenment, inspiration, and positive vibes like wild fire. Again, thank you and much appreciation.


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