2016 Diary

2016 Diary

Happy New Year! (I hope I'm not too late with the well wishes.)

For the past two years, I've written annual blog diaries to highlight some cool, noteworthy things I’ve done throughout the year to help me be more grateful for my life. These annual blog diaries also include documented moments of growth in my business. This may sound like a weird, vain, or possibly silly concept, but it has worked for me in the past. Although I will no longer document accomplishments in this way, my annual blog diaries helped me learn the importance of gratitude. The simple things in life really do matter. (NOTE: I deleted a lot of info because I felt it wasn’t for the public.) Nevertheless, these notes are still pretty transparent.

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2015 Diary

2015 Diary

Happy New Year!

2016 has been amazing for me, thus far. Hopefully, you guys have the same testimony. Instead of me talking about how grateful I am for another year, I'm gonna follow the same new year process I started last year where I list highlights of the previous year--broken down into months--showcasing the new and/or exciting things I've accomplished and learned.

click here to read my 2014 diary, otherwise, continue reading:

JANUARY

-Released my first short story fiction on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday (although Amazon says a different date)

-Visited the eatery "Lemonade " in Manhattan Beach and fell in love with it

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2014 Diary

2014 Diary

Happy New Year, good people!

What better way to bring in 2015 than to reflect on 2014?! Well, that's what this blog post is about. It is the highlights, if you will, of last year.

In 2014, I started a personal campaign diary and wrote down all of the new, exciting, and abnormal things that I've done (accomplished). This list remained as an email draft until today, and it was the first time I read it over. It was interesting to read fragments of my life in a year. All in all, I thank God for the highs and lows of twenty fourteen--they were all worth it! I hope you enjoy my journey. I'm thinking of continuing this diary theme throughout 2015.

What do you think?

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