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Joyful Bits!

Joyful Bits!
The Year Of Making Changes & Doing YOU!
I love lists but not more than the joy of sharing the joyful bits that bring me happiness. Although I miss going to work and hanging with my co-workers and friends. I've been finding other ways to grab a little sunshine without crying.


Ok, here's the deal we are living in a time where sadness and despair get the views.
Joyful Bits!

Seriously, most people can't relate unless you are broken, going through a divorce or just shame about life. I like to call them gossip magazines or forums, and they have millions of followers who loathe in watching others try and fail at life. You know those people who love reading dirt about everybody else except themselves.

Side Note: Check your circle:
To become a woman boss, most of us have to get away from naysayers or looking at none motivational things. So, that means cutting the strings from the things and people that will hinder you from climbing your highest mountain.
Tip: If you can not disconnect from certain people (like family and friends), just move in silence.
In other words, resist the urge to brag about your ideas to start a new business or relocating.

Those were just a few examples.
Since being in a real-life isolated lockdown, my focus has been geared toward becoming a woman boss. 

Now that the world is in isolation, I have been using my time wisely.

I know I usually have a list of joyful bits that are fun and easy to read, but today, I am sharing something that will envoke a little fire from the inside out.
Yikes! that sounds dramatic. :)

So, let's jump right on into it, shall we?

Joyful Bit #1: I am not afraid to start my business journey. I think I have lost count of the many failures I've endured. Most of them I bought upon myself, and I will admit that.
But, that is ok, I am getting back up and starting over.

Question: What have you been putting off that you want to start, re-do or relaunch?

Here's the deal get a piece of paper and write it down. Whether you do it today or tomorrow, at least YOU will have documented it for later usage.

Joyful Bits #2 This is the year I will be doing me and what I want to do. I can make a list longer than the mile river, but I will save that for later.

Side Note when is the last time YOU have stopped doing for others and started something you love.

Example: When was the last time YOU lived on the wild side, seriously. When will you start that blog or that next project that you've tucked away in the back of your mind?

Since being in isolation, I've been getting up every morning working on the things that will get me closer to my end goals.

I have a list that read: What I want to accomplish and how I plan to get it done.

STOP DROP AND ROLL!
Find what brings you joy and gravitate toward that.

I know 2020 is looking really bleak, but it ain't over yet. When I think about all the hours I put into others with very little return, I think its time I go back and revisit my own dreams.

Being in isolation has taught me one valuable thing. And that is, if I want to accomplish one goal, I need to start right now.

Last but not least. I wrote a book a long time ago, and it was not well written. But, I buried myself in a cocoon feeling like a failure and hopeless.

20 years later, I started this blog, Bits, and Babbles. I just realized my babbling was born out of a failed book. I write for fun, joy with hopes of sharing my life, style, and ageless positivity with others. But, now I realize this blog is more than that, it's a piece of a past failed book.

You see, I failed at writing a book, but I am successful at my blog. Now, I want to start my next journey to becoming a woman boss. #sostaytuned

Nonetheless, let this be the year of YOU doing YOU!

So, there you have it, my new awakening to enjoying life joyfully and in small bits.

Until Next Time See Ya In A Bit!
xo Tangie














4 comments

  1. I’m finna be doing me by any means necessary!!! It’s time to do what makes me happy!

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    1. Yes this isolation has taught me a lot about myself! New goals set and ready to go.
      xo Tangie

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  2. I'm glad you're finding the positive In this tough timeđź’— I just need to focus on when we do recover from this checkpoint in history. My kids growing stronger will be the first priority on my list, Thank you for this

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    1. Hello and you welcome. I will be so happy when we can bounce back from all of this as well. Trust me we all are trying to hang in there. I've learned a valuable lesson in the midst of it all. Thanks for commenting!
      xo Tangie

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