Lady, personal development, writing

What I am dreaming of in 2018


The new year stands before us, like a chapter in a book, waiting to be written. …

So, it’s a New Year. It is 2018 and I am ready to rock! Bring out the planners. Create a fresh new vision! Build my future and further business/work/blogger prospects.

Before I tell you my favourite books or quotes of the year, I want to reflect on the year ahead. I want to broaden my writing prospects. Study more. Read more. Have more “quiet times”. Be more community involved. Join a church. I have just started attending KingdomCity in Wangara here in Western Australia with the senior pastors, Mark and Jemima Varughese. Their vision is “connecting, equipping and empowering people to bring the reality of God to their world.”

But I just want to further my education goals and reach higher. Aim higher. Get more and better fast tracked results health wise, financial wise or any goal-oriented points I put myself into.

My dream.

One word.

London.

Full stop.

I am enjoying the peace and quiet in Landsdale to reflect on what I personally want and strive to do. I have done the Reverse Bucket List last year. Tick!

I have set goals.

I want to be creative in my ideas.

But now is my time to put things into action and for once, use my decision-making skills and learn the decision-making process.

I have set goals and tasks, which I could share with you, but all I am thinking is, the “refresh” button. I want to start all over again, renew my thoughts, clear my mind, do it with a clean slate.

I am a goal oriented girl, and constantly talk about goals whether they’re long or short! My full dreams and aspirations and all the things I want to achieve. I am a very creative type, so doing things to create a program and become creative in everything I do would definitely help. I would love to create a platform for women to gain confidence in themselves. Starting a finishing school in Perth would also be a huge ambition/dream. I am ready!

Setting goals is the first step in turning the invisible into the visible. …

So, I am pulling out “Your Beautiful Business” Book by Emma Franklin Belle and going to re-read this short inspirational book to see if I can turn my dreams of this blog into a business.

Emma Franklin Bell is the founder of The Beautiful Business Academy (The BBA). The BBA is an entrepreneurial academy for creative women who want to accelerate the growth of their businesses and successfully build their brands.

Your Beautiful Business Book inspires you to leap into your business and build something that is soulful, purposeful and profitable!

Next up, I will go through the book step by step about decluttering and building a stand out clear vision for my business. Bring on 2018 with some new fresh ideas and a heart full of many desires. I will be working on a book review of this book in my next blog post.

Any tips?

Have you started a business?

What are your goals for 2018?

Have you got any writing goals?

Any travel goals?

Also, what do you think of me starting a Finishing School in Perth for young ladies? Please comment below your thoughts. I would LOVE to hear from you!

Set your goals high, and don’t stop till you get there.

P.S. I will add my favourite books of the year and do more Book Reviews this year along with some different self-help quotes in a new blog post.

Also, don’t forget to check out Emma’s website and claim your FREE copy of her book!

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History, Lady, personal development

My ‘Educational Royal’ Course


I have never been so excited in my life!!!!! I was going to update my “About” page with something NEW but instead I thought I would just do a ‘short blog post’, so this is going to be a little different…..

I have been working on a few other blog posts, and didn’t write or plan or even think of doing this current post. I just got too excited when I came across something amazing when I was at the library!

As you know, I have become fascinated with genealogy, so tomorrow I will be picking up a copy of the latest “Inside History” magazine.

The latest summer edition had a whole list of FREE and PAID courses to do, and my eyes eagerly scanned the pages, and away I typed into my laptop the websites so I could see for myself.

So, I came across a website called Future Learn, and they do a whole heap of FREE online courses. When you finish you can buy a certificate to show that you finished the course, but I am not too sure if it is accredited. I didn’t look up on that, but to have my name with this current course I am doing, I am absolutely thrilled to the max!!!!

I am currently working on doing “A History of Royal Food and Feasting” with the University of Reading.

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You can do it in your own time, and I love that I can do it from the comfort of my own home. I have also been doing Webinars with familytreewebinars.com, and you can learn about social history, what it is, and how you can read up on it. There is a “History Toolkit” that has a link to show you “How to read 18th century writing” which is found on Do History.

If you are interested in doing the course, go to http://www.futurelearn.com. There are a heap of courses online to choose from and I totally recommend for you to have a look and just check out what is available. They are with top notch universities, like the University of London, or the British Council, so it isn’t anything dodgy! Just so you know! You learn that Henry the Eighth’s reign was the most important reign in English History, and making England a Protestant nation. I didn’t know that Mary was crowned as the first true Queen of England in 1553 at Westminster, you learn something new everyday! This course is sooooo me!

QUEEN VICTORIA

I am beside myself, that I found a lovely course to do on the side that has something to do with ‘royalty’! and instead of just going to the library, and reading, this is more studious, and keeps it fun!

I didn’t have anything in plan for this post, other than the fact that I am doing the course, because my About Page wouldn’t come up in WordPress for me to add it to that section. So, another day I will update it, and I can’t WAIT to get my certificate already!

Hang on! I am only still on Session 1!

Until next time!

xx

personal development, self help

How to live a successful life 


 

What does success mean to you?

How would you define it in your way of words?

Do you measure it by the goals you attain?

Is it what you have? Is it buying your first home? A car?

The definition of “success” is a “favourable outcome”. It is something you complete and a goal that is reached.

We all want to be successful in something. We all dream it. I know that when and if I do complete a Certificate in Library Studies, that will be a “success” for me! When you finish something with an inward happiness in heart, I believe that that is what success is.

If I reach the VISION that I set out in my About Page – that would be a success for me personally. My desire is to reach out to young girls all over Australia, and even other countries. I even received great feedback from a fan in Pakistan!

Everyone wants to be successful at something. It’s naturally a human thing!

I want to be successful in studies, (future and past) work, home, personal development and any other thing in life. Striving for or seeking to achieve things in life is my top priority, and I want to share with you some top bonus tips.

At the start of this blog I asked some very important questions.

If you answered these then that’s great! You are on your way to identifying your passions and understanding what it is that you really want to do!

1. Make lists

Make a list of your short term and long term goals. Write all your past and future goals down so you have something to strive for in your week, day, month!

I’m a huge list maker, and I love using sticky notes with everything I do. Sometimes I write down what I need to do for the next day and tick them off the following day to make myself feel like I have accomplished something.

2. Educate yourself

Read up on your passions. If you love cooking I’m sure the first thing you google is recipes! So whatever your passion is, google about it!!!!

Gaining knowledge in your area is the best thing you can do. Like for fitness, you learn all the muscles in the body, what the best supplements are and vitamins you need to take daily and what is the best protein shake to have to trim yourself up!

Learning is the best way to achieve anything in life.

3. Live in the moment

My advice is to hold dear to the time you’ve got! Live with purpose and excitement! Focus on every bit of goodness that you can’t remember the last negative comment that someone said!!! Live each and every day as if it is your last. So, appreciate the beauty in every activity of every second of every single day.

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Lifestyle, personal development, self help, Uncategorized

Inspirational Quotes to live by


“Every woman deserves the chance to realise her God given potential.”

Life skills is quality. Education is attaining. As women, we have to realise our full potential and need to strive for superiority and excellency. If we utilise our mental ability and engage within our communities, we can do more and above and beyond than what we ever dreamed of.

 

“You have to be true to yourself.

You have to be enough in touch with who you are and what you want, how you want to live and what’s important to you, to make your decisions based on that.”

Always aim high, work hard, and care deeply about what you believe in. And, when you stumble, keep faith. And when you’re knocked down, get right back up and never listen to anyone who says you can’t or shouldn’t go on.”

Hilary Clinton

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Elegance, How to be a lady, Lady, self help, Thoughts, Uncategorized

Staying true to yourself


I have recently been thinking a lot about what and how young girls think and do and act to fit in a world of boys, friendship, and closeness of peers.

I don’t know everything that goes on in the world, because I lived a pretty sheltered life myself, but I have a heart to reach out to girls that go through either cyber-bullying, peer pressure, and fights that go on in a circle of friends.

I like to stick to basics, and sticking to basics is the best way to go if you want to lead a simple, care – free life.

My top priority in staying true to myself is to:

 

  • Be a lady of quality

 

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Lady, personal development, self help

Dare to dream


How many “I wishes” do you have? This is my list…

I wish I could read Italian and French.
I wish I could speak like a really classy woman
I wish I could be a MORE proficient writer!
I wish I could sew and design my own brand of clothes.
I wish I could do my own hairstyles
I wish I had a toned lean killer body
I wish I had a clean, massive, expensive wardrobe

Does any of this sound familiar to you? Everybody wants some sort of words of wisdom to keep them going in life. If you can stay inspired and focus on living and achieving your goals, then whatever goals you have, they can become bigger over time, as you set out to persist and achieve more. We all have dreams, and I have been a big dreamer growing up. I have been the “reach for the stars” kind of girl. Dreams and imagination play a big part from a young age. I dreamt for the “Mary Poppins” and “Disney Princess” life when I was little, and it is probably still in me because what you fantasise as a child can still play out as you grow older! But I do have different dreams as an adult. What are your dreams?

I love this quote:

“You have to dream before your dreams can come true.” — A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

DREAM BELIEVE

“Allow yourself to dream, And when you do dream big” – Catherine Pulsifer

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