First let me start by saying I’m happy that you are here, so THANK YOU!
My name is Taisha DelValle and I wear several different hats. I am a mom, a style enthusiast and an Avon representative just to name a few.
Today is January 4th, 2018, the beginning of a fabulous new year and with that comes the opportunity to start fresh and work towards being the woman I aspire to be. Don’t get it twisted, I’m not saying you should wait until a new year to accomplish your goals. You should definitely always start in the moment. Don’t wait for next Monday and certainly don’t wait for next year. Whatever it is you want to accomplish, write a list, make a plan and commit to it. Take steps towards your goals everyday.
For as long as I can remember I’ve always been a goal setter and not much of an action taker. To be honest I was never in the right head space to accomplish the goals I really wanted to accomplish in my life. I was too busy going through the motions of day to day life, just trying to make it. Too much of my 20’s was spent wishing that my life would change but not doing a damn thing about it!
So, after a lot of praying and self reflection these past couple of weeks I’ve felt a shift in my state of mind. I’m ready to change my life for the better and build the life I know I’m capable of living. And it all starts with this blog.
I know it sounds silly to think that my life is going to change so drastically because I’ve started a blog but there are endless opportunities that can come from blogging. I’m definitely more of a glass half full kind of person so I’m beginning with the end in mind. Taking into consideration the goals I’ve set for myself I see blogging as the vehicle that will help get me to my destination.
With that said I look forward to creating and sharing quality content with you. I hope that you will be inspired by my journey to take action in your lives and do whatever it is that sets your soul on fire.
“Someone once said that no one can really motivate anyone else; all we can do is motivate ourselves and hope it catches on.”