I think a change would do you good…
Hello and Happy New Year!!
It’s hard to believe that 2016 is now upon us. In the Philadelphia area, it was 73 on Christmas Eve, so getting into the holiday spirit was difficult. But as I sit here and write this in my favorite Starbucks, it’s a winter appropriate 30 degrees outside, and all is as it should be.
I still have two huge events to tell you all about, but I’m sure at this point, more than 2 months out, it hardly seems relevant. But believe me folks, these led to big things happening for yours truly.
I get on myself for not working in my profession (nursing), and I don’t think that will ever stop. But, with the help of my fantastic therapist and the guidance of meeting some incredible movers and shakers, I’ve realized how much more potential this little blog of mine has, and how far I could run with it.
I’m not a new year’s resolution kind of gal. I feel I’m setting myself up for failure, so I’m won’t proclaim I WILL blog twice a week! I think I have proclaimed this before, and what do you know, it never happened. That said, I’m ready to make some goals that are attainable.
I have no discipline, which is why I’ve had to withdrawal from every online course in college I ever attempted to take. As with walking across campus and going to a class, I got up and went to work every day. There was accountability, someone I always had to answer to. Not going because I didn’t feel like it had repercussions.
When I started Luck Fupus, yikes, almost four years ago, it was something to pass the time, an outlet of sorts, a form of free therapy. Yes, it has certainly brought opportunities my way that I never imagined, but it my mind, it was never a “job.” If I don’t feel like writing, I don’t. Hence, the 2+ months that have passed since the conferences and I have still not posted anything. There’s no accountability, no repercussions if I don’t post for awhile, no one to answer to.
I love my blog, I love sharing my story and helping others through similar situations, and I by no means ever want this to feel like “work.” The day I find myself dreading having to sit down to write, or I feel like I’m no longer making an impact on even one person (not counting my mom), I will stop.
So without going to specifics (for now), I’d like to share that there are some changes coming, and that I will be delving into platforms I never once considered. With the encouragement and guidance from some of the fine folks I’ve had the privilege to work with over the past few months, I’m ready to have some accountability, and take what I’m doing to the next level.
Details coming! Stay tuned!
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Love you all <3