I have been trying to use social media to be productive and use it as a way of learning and connecting with like minded people!
For 2021, I will be starting a FB group with topics surrounded around:
-Spirituality (no specific religion)
-Sharing Your Favorite Music
-Self Improvement Videos
I wanted to start this FB group so that I can have the ability to share what I’ve learned through my self care journey and be able to interact with others and hear their experiences on this life journey as well!
I feel like it’ll be more personable and I’ll be able to connect better with people! And it’s also a way for other people connect to each other as well!
If you are interested in being a part of my group, please comment below and I will send you a link to the FB Group! I hope to see you all and look forward to getting to know you better! =)
✨I am currently a “work in progress” with this quote. If you’re not careful, your thoughts can take over your life! And I don’t want that to keep happening lol. I’ve learned that for people like me who worry a lot, we have to do a lot of positive self talk. Also, finding the positives in your situation can be helpful too!
Rejection is an experience that’s tough to handle. And although it can come in many forms, there is always one constant – rejection hurts.
But after the reality of your rejection sets in. And you’ve had time to process the feelings of sadness, anger and resentment. You can then begin to heal, and use the rejection as a catalyst to embark upon a new life course.
If you approach it that way, rejection can save your life. Here’s why.
1 – You’ll Evaluate Your Priorities
When you’re rejected, it’s a pivotal moment in your life. You’ve been denied something you wanted. You can either wallow in self-pity. Or you can dig deep and assess why you were rejected. Irrespective of the rejection, a bit of inner reflection is always a good idea.
You may discover that the rejection was out of your control. And if that’s the…