Living In your Truth

Hello, hi. Welcome back guys.

2019 still seems like a fresh start to me, and I don't think that view will change until we hit May. May is when 2019 is just a year, and all the things I hope to accomplish will be in motion. I’m still taking the time to reflect on last year and how I changed as a person throughout 2018. For those of you who don't follow my musings on my blog, 2018 was solely dedicated to figuring out who I was because I wasn't too sure, and I'm still figuring it out. 2019 is simply a progression of that. In other words, 2019 is focused on living in my truth.

Living in my truth involves accepting who I am (flaws and all) and showcasing that to world unapologetically. I realised I am who I am and I'm finally proud of that so let the church say "G R O W T H". It's truly amazing how many years it took me to get to this point and it's one of those things I wish I really had focused on growing up.

Your perception of yourself is one that is vital to your well being and your ability to live in your truth. A negative perception just means you see yourself as less than and I'm here to tell you you're not. It's amazing how people constantly put themselves down and undermine their achievements; you worked hard to get to wherever you are now so showcase that. 

Showcase how proud you are of your journey and how far you've come, live in the moment and place less focus on things you have yet to accomplish. With that in motion, I can imagine a sense of peace to drop in your lap. That's another way to live in your truth, finding peace within yourself. A goal, a concept that I hope all of you find.

I see no reason as to why we all can't live in our truth, it’s just a process that we must be willing to work towards and I'm willing. So, with all this in mind, I leave you with one message. Your flaws, your mistakes, your past all work together to make you the person you are today. Embrace that instead of hiding it, and use it to live in your truth

 

With all my love,

Frankie


Jasmine N Cannon-Ikurusi