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Hi beautiful people, a lot has happened this year but here you are reading this post. I was rewatching the movie ‘Life in a year’ for the umpeenth time this year when this post came to mind.

2020 has been the roughest year for most people, I have lost a lot of people this year, lost so many opportunities due to the pandemic but despite being a rough year—2020 was still a year of awakening for most of us. Here are a few lessons I have learnt in the year 2020;

✓ Just do it

You want to open that business, write that book, be more consistent, take a day off, practice self care—just do it. Time waits for no one. Don’t procrastinate.

✓ You only have this moment, you can’t live 31/12/2020 twice.

✓ You are not lazy if you aren’t productive all the time. Taking a time off for yourself is not lazy or selfish.

✓ Don’t give way for fear, don’t let fear control you.

✓ Be grateful even for the seemingly little things.

✓ Don’t judge, hear the other person out first.


Safe to say 2020 is a wrap. This year was definitely my year of awakening. I became more intentional about a lot of things. I have learnt so much this year and I hope to apply them next year. I don’t have anything planned out for the new year yet but I hope to be a better version of myself. I am also grateful to every who has supported my blog this year.

Thank you so much for reading! I hope you an amazing and blissful 2021. Happy new year in advance.

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The world is so beautiful and we are lucky to be in it. 2020 might have not been your best year but there are so many things to be grateful for. It is the 13th day of December and here are 13 things I am grateful for;

1.  I am grateful for my hands, It is Blogmas day 10 already and typed all of my posts with my hands. I have read lots of books in 2020 and I used my hands to flip through those pages.

2. I am grateful for my subscribers. You all have been there since I started this blog and here we are now. I’m grateful for your support over the years especially during this Blogmas season.

3.  I am grateful for my friends. The support you all have shown me over the years. Even when I want to give up, y’all gave me a reason to keep going.

4.  I am grateful for the gift of life. I am here alive—hale and hearty.

5.  I am grateful for having my personal space— my little corner in parents house where I can be free and feel the best of privacy.

6. I am grateful for my family. They are the best ever, I am grateful I came through my parents and I am grateful to God for keeping us all.

7.  I am grateful for 2020. It was a year of self discovery for me, though it isn’t my best year but I made it to December. I became more intentional about my life this year. I am glad i saw 2020.

8.  I am grateful for love. Love is everything to me and it compasses all. I am grateful I found love—this does matter the type of relationship or situation.

9. I am grateful for the unexpected surprises I have had this year. This doesn’t refer to material goods but God surprised me in beautiful ways this year.

10. I am grateful for my health. Even through the storms, God still make a way of healing.

11. I am grateful for having access to plenty of drinkable water.

12. I am grateful for the random act of kindness I have received this year.

13. I am grateful for all that I have received from God yet because I know He is making better plans for me.

What are you grateful for?

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Travelling can be really tedious especially with the cramped seats that comes with road travel. I compiled a few tips in which you can make your travel more fun and engaging.

  1. Drugs

Painkillers will come in handy because of the stress that comes with travelling generally and capsules in case of a stomach upset.

  1. Snack bag

Your snack bag should consist of your favorite snack and water. Be sure to avoid anything that will upset your stomach.

  1. Power bank

In order to arrive at your destination without worrying how to communicate with your host with a dead phone. You need a power bank to recharge and stay on.

  1. Earphones

Using your earphones to watch your favorite movie or music while on a road trip is the best thing ever. It is a good way to keep your own company.

5. A Chat Buddy

Spend time online chatting with your favorite person, especially if your destination is far.

I hope you found my tips helpful. If you have other tips you add to it in the comment section.

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It is really funny how everyday is moving fast. It is a few days to Christmas and managing your health might be the last thing on your mind with the surplus foods and stress that comes with holiday. Here’s is a few tips that can help you stay mentally and physically healthy during the holidays.

  1. Practice gratitude 

It’s a season to be thankful. Take time to notice and reflect upon the things you are thankful for experience more positive emotions, feel more alive, sleep better, express more compassion and kindness. I would recommend you keep a gratitude journal. Write what you are grateful for—this is the best time to remind yourself. Practicing gratitude help to set an uplifting mood throughout the day.

2. Rest up

Relax, recover, recuperate and regain your energy.  You deserve that day off to rest, you have worked through the entire year.

3. Eat Mindfully

This is a good time for your taste buds but a bad time for your waistline. Eat in moderation, Sit and slow down, don’t rush your food.

4. Boost your immune system

Take your vitamins supplement, include green vegetables and fruits in your diet. Drink lots of water to stay hydrated. Exercise/ stay active.

5. Practice self care

Most people have dealt with stressful or crazy jobs. Take this period to unplug, spend time doing what you love. Spoil yourself, read that book and watch that movie. Have fun!

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Hi guys, welcome back to my blog!

Today’s post is going to about 10 things you didn’t know about me/10 truth about me. This is me exposing myself lol.

✓ I know it is crazy but I prefer liver to meat.

✓ I have had two surgeries on my body.

✓ I don’t enjoy vibrant social event with lots of people. I’d rather be alone

✓ I often think about what I should have said in a conversation long after it has taken place.

✓ I often rely on other people to be the one to start the conversation and keep it going.

✓ I can stay a whole week all by myself without feeling bored.

✓ I have a careful and methodical approach to life.

✓ I am still bothered about the mistakes I have made a long time ago.

✓ At parties or similar event, I am mostly found farther away from the action.

✓ I’m rarely honest with the person who matters most—myself.

If you missed any of my previous posts, here is it;

1.  My Ultimate Holiday Bucket List—Blogmas day 1


3. 10 books you need to read this Christmas—blogmas day 3

4.  My top best movies of 2020—blogmas day 4

5.  12 random act of (Christmas) kindness ideas—blogmas day 5

6.  My top best blog of 2020(part 1)—blogmas day 6

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