Good morning/afternoon everyone! It begins with you. Self-love is the answer.
Oh gosh! I can’t believe how fast a year had went by. I am still in my thirties, but I’m not telling my age. (Wink, wink.) These last twelve months had truly been a life learned lesson. We really can’t take life for granted. We got to get out there and pursue dreams. To live life on our own terms.
The one thing about getting older to me is that it causes you to look back at how far you have come in life. I am a totally different person now than who I once was. And I still got some ways to go to get to where I want to be.
Though, I do wish at times I can go back in life with the knowledge I have now. (Don’t we all?) And change some things I’ll like to fix. The real reason is you can’t go backwards, only forward. Life isn’t designed that way. Every single thing that had happened was meant for me to go through. To learn. To heal. To help others. And,
I. Am. So. Grateful. For. It. All.
As for what I going to do for my birthday, I seriously have no idea. I probably will celebrate it some other time. Not sure. But what I can say what I would like to do is to go on a trip somewhere. To let my hair down and feel the wind massaging my scalp and caressing my skin. I want to truly be me. I’m an Aries, lovelies! 💋
Anyway, I want to donate more to those who need help. We should never forget about the less fortunate on the non-holidays. I have a whole list to share that I’ll reserve for another day.
Until then, I hope all is well in your lives, and be joyous and blessed.
– Pamela 😘
First off I would like to say good morning/afternoon/evening to everyone! How have you all been doing? I know I’m slow to putting up posts, but I have started working from home last month and still getting into the swing of things. A story for another day.
I would like to thank you all for hanging in there with me whether it have been for these past seven years this blog has been up, or seven years or seven months. I am grateful for you all.
There have been moments where I have been absent from my blog from dealing with all kinds of issues. I even wanted to shut it down. However, everything is coming together in many areas.
This blog means so much as well as you all do to me. I was lost at first on where I wanted it to go, and it had taken some time to get it where I wanted it to be. And, I still got some more ideas in store for it. (We all know there is and should be room for growth in everything that we do.)
Long story short, don’t give up on your passions but do take breaks for yourself. It gets hard, but you have to persevere. Also, don’t listen to the naysayers. They don’t know what’s in your heart and what God has in store for you. Everyone have their own life to live.
I am proud to celebrate another year K. Phoenix been up. I am humble and optimistic on where this journey will take me.
Thank you from the bottom of my heart and I will do my very best to bring you more spirituality, poems, stories, inspiration, and glimpses into my life this year.
For a little over a year, I have thought about traveling since it’s something that I love to do but don’t get a chance to… hardly. I always wanted to explore the world, nationally and internationally since I was a young girl.
For those of you who have been following me a while, you know I love to write. Writing is a lifelong passion of mines and a way of life. Anyway, although I am working hard on my craft, to get my content, stories, etc out there, I’m not giving up. Some things been going on and I won’t speak negative on them.
I am, though, considering other ways, just haven’t started, though I am sharing what I researched for anyone who may be thinking about trying travel writing out.
I’ve included a preview below on tips for becoming a travel writer. You can click on the link to learn more. Hope this helps anyone.
How to become a travel writer.
2. Redefine the genre of travel writing.
3. Start a blog.
4. Develop your online presence.
5. Build a network, online and off.
6. Travel. But not just to “exotic” places.
Click the link below to read 22 tips for becoming a travel writer.