Happy New Year

Happy new year!!!!
Welcome to 2021.
I’m just winging this post because I haven’t blogged in so long it almost feels like I’ve forgotten how to.
If there’s anything that makes me happy here, it’s the ease that this blog brings me, like I’m writing in a diary that others can read.
2020 was a year for the books, and for everything it gave, it gave in huge resounding doses. 2020 was a lot of things for different people. For some loss, some clarity, some depression, some happiness, some money. It definitely gave something to everyone, and even right now, I’m not entirely sure of what it gave me, but I will call it good.


Though 2020 did not become the year I graduated (thank you Corona and ASUU), I had a pretty good year. In 2020
– I got my first paid writing gig/job.
– I hosted a creative writing class + started a small writing community.
– I wrote and released my first first book I don’t know what to call you which is a collection of 10 short stories. If you haven’t read it yet, get it here πŸ‘‡πŸΎπŸ‘‡πŸΎ
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– I started journaling
– My heart began to know what God’s love is. I doubt that I will ever fully comprehend it cause omoooooo the love opor. And I know that God loves me.
Can we just agree that omo was the word for 2020!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚Because omo oo
2021 came with a breath of hope.
I noticed that so many people who would usually come with “it’s just a new day nothing has changed” didn’t do so this new year, because we all needed that tiny shred of hope, that glimmer of light at the end of the tunnel because 2020 was heavy. Very heavy.


I have no concrete plans for the new year, but I’m really hoping that I can blog more and share more. I’ll be starting a new series on the blog -Opinion Pieces- and I’m excited about that.
This year I really want to grow more spiritually and do more for the gospel. I want to write more Christian fiction, I want to graduate please πŸ˜­πŸ˜­πŸ˜‚, I want to enjoy! There’s no solid plan for 2021, and no, it’s not PTSD from 2020πŸŒšπŸ˜‚, I just have none.
So, here’s to surviving a hard year and making the most of a new one πŸ₯‚πŸ₯‚πŸ’―.
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How are you doing?
2020 in one word?
Do you have any plans for 2021 or are you team vibes?

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