After a three month hiatus I'm back and rejuvenated. A lot has happened since the last post and it has made me a lot stronger than I ever thought I was.
I had to leave a job for personal reasons but it was truly for the better. I can now take all the tools they have instilled in me and take the visual display industry by storm. Luckily I was able to start a new job with a brand new company and the change is magnificent.
The day after my first day at the company, I lost a very close friend/first love which put me in a very dark and confused place. We were once in a relationship and broke up. However, we had an amazing sit down weeks after we ended our relationship and told each other we would remain friends no matter what. He was also one of the driving forces of my movement and pushed me to do it when I was too scared to put it out there for the world to see. He passed away in August and it crushed me to shreds but deep down I felt content that we made closure.
Lastly, by the grace of God, I was able to move out on my own to a chic Apartment downtown Toronto. I never thought that I would be living downtown and now it's a reality. I have the most chilliest landlords ever and the sickest kitchen and living room 😁🙌🏾.
There are "three"things that I've learned through these "three" situations during these "three" months.
1) God truly gives u what he knows you can handle and I'm living proof that what doesn't kill you makes you stronger.
2) He rewards you for your hard work and perseravance through the storm.
3) Never hold grudges because no life is promised and u never know when or if you will ever see that person ever again.
With all the highs and lows, I had to re-evaluate my business and get out of the "entrepreneur block" that I was in. Also, I had to take a step back from helping others build their confidence and build back my life instead. Heck, what use am I to anyone if I'm not good inside.
As 2015 comes to a close, I want to end this year off with a bang and bring in 2016 with even more positive vibes. I want to push my Dyslexia Brand and "Styling The Future You" workshop even more. There is so much more in store so stay tuned. I want to thank everyone near and far for their continuous support. Since I began my project, I've met so many amazing people a long the way and each and everyone of you hold a special place in my heart. I especially want to thank my family and friends who have been my rock and support system through my lows and my highs. Most of all, I want to thank the man upstairs, GOD, who continuously gives me the push and courage to keep going even when I feel like giving up.
The road to success isn't easy. No one said it was going to be. But as long as you have faith, determination and a dream, the possibilities are endless!
See you next week Monday! ✌🏾️😘❤️