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Greetings, Cheers, and Glass Clinks.

Seriously. What is the worst thing that can happen?

This is the question that I will constantly ask myself in 2014.  I always felt I had confidence and absolutely no social anxiety. #FALSE! I have worked that muscle and improved over the years. I've been told I can work a room and have the confidence of a big bumble bee buzzing around. You know how it is, you never see yourself as others see you.  I have always placed myself in positions to overcome my fears and force myself to move forward.  So now I have decided this year (2014) to switch some things up, try something new, and commit to it. 

My 365 day Challenge: 

I have chosen to write a journal to chronicle myself for 365 days. Throughout this journey, I have chosen to challenge myself, by thinking outside the box, displaying my talents and creativity, and definitely trying new things. I like to have fun, enjoy creative endeavors, meeting new people and developing Lifeships™ .  I plan to meet as many people as possible who are living through their own Life Brand and give inspiration to others. I realize life should be enjoyed. From this experience I hope to help someone who can look at my life's experiences and gain confidence and strength in their own journey.  
So join me... Challenge yourself to do something different!  I'm calling anyone whose ever wanted to conquer a goal but have allowed themselves, life, or others to get in the way. As my friend recently told me, "Life is too short, so I run" Well I'm stringing up my track shoes and getting in lane.  I have so many things I want to do in this life and its up to me to conquer my goals!

What I have learned: 
I realize life whispers, you just have to listen closely. 
If it scares you it might be a good thing to try.
Not until we are lost do we begin to find ourselves.
I will design a life I love.
Life is a story. It will be my own Best Seller.
The only person I'm destined to become is the person I decide to be.

NEVER FORGET WHEN IT GETS TOUGH: Mama always said, there'd be days like this.

Live Life In Color