My Mental Makeover

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Happy New Year! I know I’m a little over a week late but I wanted to make sure that my first post of 2016 was one that was a reflection of my life. My friends and I did a “New Year, New Me” makeover contest through the site and the 2 winners were treated to a makeover on Sunday. Can’t wait for you guys to see the before and after pics and video 😀 These ladies definitely deserved a makeover and I started thinking about the makeover of sorts that I’ve had. In the past month, I’ve started a new part-time job as a marketing assistant, I was promoted at my other part-time job (which is now full-time) and I have some other side hustles in the works. I have been very blessed and I realized that the reason for these opportunities are happening at once is because I’m slowly but surely changing my way of thinking. In the past, I always felt like no matter how hard I tried, I’d still be stuck in the same place. After awhile, I started settling for what I had instead of going after bigger and better things. I had big goals and aspirations for my life but became content with being mediocre.

I would’ve never admitted this to anyone but I became complacent when it felt like failure was inevitable and ended up miserable in the process. It wasn’t until I conquered my fear of driving that everything fell into place. The fear that mentally crippled me was gone and I felt like I could do anything if I gave it all I had. Soon enough, other areas of my life fell into place. Job opportunities came and things that felt like they were out of reach are now within my grasp. The possibilities are endless and I realize that nothing would have manifested unless my mentality changed. My new mentality changed my approach to different situations and as a result, changed the situations themselves. It’s a makeover that may not be visible to others but has been a major change that has and will continue to have an impact on my life 😀

Stay tuned for the “New Year, New Me” makeover pics and interviews as well as more posts that I hope will inspire you in the days, weeks and months to come.

 

Always remember to love and live luxuriously! 

 

 

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2 thoughts on “My Mental Makeover

  1. Yes never settle for anything that you work hard for…

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