My 'Jara' Space

2017 Is A Wrap

By on December 31, 2017

I woke up this morning to see a post by Pastor Dami Oluwatoyinbo and he wrote something profound;

“As you take stock of 2017, don’t let regret take the room that gratitude should fill.”

Those words are so true and it was a great caution for me. There’s a whole lot I didn’t achieve in 2017, I’m not sure I’m happy about the way I’m ending it but it’s not too late to change the way I step out of this year.

Temitoria

Interesting things have happened to me at the tail end of this year and I’m extremely optimistic about 2018. I’m grateful for all that happened and didn’t happen. I’m thankful that I made it this far and God has been so kind to me. Too kind in fact.

Temitoria 2017

I love what my life has gone through and how 2018 would be a year to shine forth. My manifesto for 2018 is going to be up on the blog. Watch out for it😊

I’m grateful for you and all you’re going to do in 2018. If you’re not sure of what you’ll be doing in 2018, don’t worry it’s not too late to get your blueprint for the year. Open up your heart.

<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<< ave you downloaded my free ebook 'With Love' ? Click here to get yours, it would greatly assist you through the year.

2017 is a wrap! See you in 2018! Thank you for being here. I love you deeply 💃🏽

Lots of love,

Temitoria.

TAGS

LEAVE A COMMENT

Temitope Victoria Idowu
Lagos Nigeria

I decided that beyond my love for writing and teaching, I would love to help people become who they should be. So I’m learning all I can and doing all I can to be able to help you professionally. What I do every day???I show up because someone out there needs a touch of warmth and possibility. I speak to God (He is my inspiration), get ready, send words of encouragement out there via social media and work tirelessly on how to help you find your happy place.