Right now, I can happily say that life is good. Trying to figure out what you want to do for the rest of your life is difficult to say the least. However I think, well I believe, I am on the right path. I have always loved writing – hence me having this job, and journalism is a big passion of mine, along with fashion. So I have enrolled in a ‘Stylist’ course, as well as working at a few different media companies. I believe I have found my niche, but what I have learned recently is it takes a lot of work and a lot of contacting, but I know now I am doing something I love and am passionate about, writing to you guys and I hope you like what you read.
Please if you have any ideas, or people who you think deserve a story contact us, I know there are a lot of people out there that want their voice heard so if you are one of them, speak up!
Life is a journey, that’s for sure and I’m all about living life to the fullest and being a teenager since I was diagnosed with diabetes, I feel like I’m stepping in to the next phase of life, adulthood – as daunting as that is.
Which means transitioning – which I’ll be focusing a bit on in this newsletter. There are so many different forms of transitioning and the one I am going through right now I believe is taking control, not only of my life but my diabetes too.
There’s a lot of responsibility that comes with it and it’s a lot of pressure, but instead of taking the passenger seat in my care, I predominately am driving. Now I’ve got my hands on the wheel and it’s a lot of power.
I believe you never stop learning and one quote I live by is ‘you can never be overdressed, or over educated’ – now one of the main reasons that quote really hits home to me is because I love dressing up!
Well I think you’ve heard enough from me now, I hope you enjoy the rest of the newsletter and once again send your feedback forward!