Fail Early, Fail Often, Fail Forward

 

I am starting to blog again after reflecting on how important it is to me to share my life experiences.  I used my previous site to share my on going health and weight loss journey, traveling explorations, lots of food, and to showcase some of my hairstyles.  I would have moments of consistent sharing, but I never really found a lasting routine to create posts and share my journey the way I wanted to.  I’m a bit of a perfectionist and could never just settle for my best work at the time. I also wasn’t a fan of typing out all of my emotions. I got caught up in my own fears of what people would say or think about me.  SMH!

Will Smith posted about the importance of embracing failure and extracting the lessons you learn only to become successful.  He said, “You gotta take a shot! You have to live at the edge of your capabilities.”

I’m taking my lessons and using them to fly to the next level.

Well the whole purpose of sharing my journey is to find members of my TRIBE.  I want to connect and grow with people that are open to exploring different cultures, food, art, and beauty tips.  I’m always in need of accountability buddies, and just amazing warmhearted individuals growing and transforming in all areas along this journey called life.

WEIGHT LOSS, FITNESS, TRAVEL, DELICIOUS FOOD, LOVER OF LOVE, NURSING, MEAL PREPPING, BUTTERFLIES, EDUCATION, BUTTERFLIES, DATING IN YOUR 30’s, 80’s BABY

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I am an 80's baby, child of God, wife, nurse, daughter, friend, and life coach. I am on a mission to live my life with purpose, while helping others do the same. I am passionate about sharing my life, personal growth, wellness progression, and even my most delicate journey of all, fertility. We are all on a journey going somewhere. Where are you going and how can I support you along the way?

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