There’s no denying the fact that big changes have been a particularly significant feature in my life for a number of years now – getting divorced, moving across the country with 5 house moves, Ellie starting school and then moving school, me going back full time to work, meeting someone new, moving in together and so on. Excuse the grammar but you get the point.
Clearly I didn’t plan this amount of change into my life, but life happens and then for the last year and 4 months we’ve been settled. Really settled.
I love it. I love my partner and he’s good for me. I love our home and our little family. I feel more settled than I can remember feeling ever before. But guess what, things are changing again.
I have handed my notice in at work and I’m taking a huge leap to follow my dreams. I want to be able to spend more time with my family, be less stressed and grow and succeed with my own business which I started last September. I’m an independent distributor of Forever Living Products – a huge range of aloe vera based products including aloe vera drinking gels, supplements, skincare, and personal care products.
I watched people I know, who have worked hard in this business, collecting huge bonus cheques on stage at our global rally earlier this month and I listened as people described how they have achieved their dreams.
I thought I’d share a couple of pictures with you from the weekend so here’s me, followed by how the O2 arena looked with 20,000 forever living people screaming and shouting in it, and finally a picture of me with some of my wider team holding a colleague’s bonus cheque.
So whilst more change seems like a crazy thing to do I can’t wait to have more family time, more time to blog and write; and the opportunity to follow my dream to succeed in my very own business. This is my chance to make it happen for me and my family.
I am dreaming big and working hard.
Wish me luck!
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