As blog tradition here’s the year ender post for 2015 which should also kickstart 2016.
Hopefully, I get to do more blogging this year – which is what I tell myself every start of the year. It’s just that there has been so many things I wanted to say but found so little time to say it.
With Facebook competing in the blogging space, sometimes, I find myself posting in that tiny status box what I wanted to say. And with Twitter equally making short posts convenient, I find myself posting in that 140-character limit the very, very short versions of long opinions I have.
So yes, there has been a lot of competition with WordPress and good old blogging. But at the end of the day, I will still draw myself to that good old feeling of having no limits to write something.
So how was 2015 in a nutshell?
It was great though a huge chunk of it I cannot post nor write about for it’s still under the covers so to speak.
Essentially it was a year of learning to trust God for his provisions and learning to focus on Him and His purpose for my life. As I learned to focus on Him, I saw how He provided for everything I needed.
Financially – I did not just get by, I soared. Even without all my sidelines, I was well provided for. I received promotions one after the other at work. My freelancing saw me not seeking clients but being the one sought after. And then the last one – a business I can call my own.
In the ministry, He also opened doors. As I learned to step out in faith, He used me to lead a group and opened an outreach for our church.
It was an amazing year. A year that made me believe that with Him by my side, everything is possible and there is nothing I need to worry about.
So what’s in store for 2016?
A lot actually. There’s the real estate broker exam I am set to take in February which I believe I will pass (claiming it this early) and which I know will change a lot. When did I ever imagined myself becoming a real estate broker?
There’s the increase in my net worth – and more I declare. An increase in cash inflow means an increase in what I can do. Money, I have learned, is a tool we use to achieve our dreams and bless others.
And of course there’s the partnership. Something which promises – PROMISES – a lot of changes in 2016.
Am I excited?
Of course! Who wouldn’t be? A new year always heralds a new beginning. And as I have learned, happiness is a choice we make – everyday.