April 14, 2016

I first wanted to start off by talking about my content! This website is my blog, but I also want to start writing different pieces about self-love, motivation, music, spirituality, family, significant others, and many more. I would love to get some feedback from you. If you have any topics you would like me to talk about in future posts or if you have questions concerning past posts, feel free to send me a message on Facebook or email me at beyondthisfence@gmail.com!

I want to use this post to thank the amazing people in my life. My family and friends have sent me so much love and encouragement over the past few months. I can’t thank them enough. The phone calls, emails, texts that I’ve received have meant the world to me. This is why I plan on keeping up with this blog. I hope to inspire others as much as my loved ones have inspired me through the years.

I finished another journal this week. My pen raced across the last few pages as I tried to write down the dozens of thoughts that were going through my head. These journals remind me of all the good and the bad that have come and gone in my life. They help me remember all I’ve worked through to get to where I’m at now. If you told me a year ago that I would be where I’m at now, I would not have believed you, due to my lack in self-confidence. The amount of hope and motivation I’ve gained in the past year is shocking to me, but I’m still working on myself. I have flaws, but I also have a lot to offer. We all do. We’re all different and that’s what makes us special. I talk about being my own person and having a positive mentality, but I’m still learning. I still have dark days where I’m unsure of the road I’ve been following, but then I remind myself of the journey I’ve been on and I put myself back on track. I try to be positive for majority of the time, but it doesn’t always work that way. My goal isn’t to be happy all the time. I intention is to take the bad, work through it, and learn from it. I take pride in knowing I can work through a situation and come out of it even stronger. I love giving advice, and if that includes sharing my weaknesses to help others, I’m happy to do so.  Sharing these ideas with you is also me telling you that there will be hard times, but you can get through it! We can go on this adventure together and figure out which track we each belong on.

-Caroline Abigail

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Just a 22-year-old sharing her thoughts and feelings towards life, school, love, and positivity!

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