Being Thankful while feeling frustrated at life

“Always be joyful. Keep on praying. No matter what happens, always be thankful, for this is God’s will for you who belong to Christ Jesus.” 1 Thessalonians 5:16 I am not going to lie, as I am writing this, I feel so frustrated with how my day has been going. This morning I woke upContinue reading “Being Thankful while feeling frustrated at life”

Learning to plan and being thankful

Let us face it, coping with the pandemic and being visually impaired while running a business can be quite tricky. This past week I have been off schedule because I got sick, and no it is not the Coronavirus, so what I thought I had planned did not come out. There is always next weekContinue reading “Learning to plan and being thankful”

Season Of Waiting

After last week’s post about my themes for this year, I found out that I am in a season of waiting. When I look at the long list of things that I am waiting for, it feels like the list is endless. For example, I am waiting for an important delivery, waiting on my stateContinue reading “Season Of Waiting”

2019: More Movement, Patience and Positivity-December Edition

As I sit here reflecting on December and 2019 as a whole, I come to realize that it hasn’t been that bad of a year.   My first pillar in my life’s theme this year was movement, and in the month of December, I learned that movement played a big part of my future. IContinue reading “2019: More Movement, Patience and Positivity-December Edition”

Interview with Matt Harris (Guest Post #20) And a GIVEAWAY!

Matt is a good friend of mine. He writes amazing poetry. Be sure to enter the giveaway and follow Matt on social media. 🙂 Let’s start with the basics… What is your name? My name is Matt Harris, and I’m a fifty-nine-year-old poet—and author of Seeing Through Blindness. I live just outside of Baltimore, MD.Continue reading “Interview with Matt Harris (Guest Post #20) And a GIVEAWAY!”

2019: More Movement, Patience and Positivity October Edition

Another month has come and gone. I am so shocked with how fast the year has been coming and going. Soon I will be telling you about the next theme for 2020. Movement I have been making some positive movement with life. I continue to exercise. This has helped me with my weight management andContinue reading “2019: More Movement, Patience and Positivity October Edition”

2019: More Movement, Patience, and Positivity-August Edition

As I sit here, I must admit I feel lost for words. This past month has come and gone with a blink of an eye. Movement, to be honest, I feel I am lacking. My weight loss journey has gone to a stop. I have been feeling slow and tired. One of the phrases thatContinue reading “2019: More Movement, Patience, and Positivity-August Edition”

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Welcome to Emily’s world! My name is Emily. I am 26 years old. I am completely blind. this is my personal blog where I write and focus on me. some things you can expect from me are blind/ sighted topics, to story tellings,to #gratefulness blog posts and #inspiration blog posts, to sharing article links on ways to work on you, day to day things and what gets me through and so much more regarding what comes to my mind! Please follow my blog to stay up to date with my latest blog posts ☺️

Emily’s world

Welcome to Emily’s world! My name is Emily. I am 26 years old. I am completely blind. this is my personal blog where I write on my life and what not some things you can expect from me are blind/ sighted topics#gratefulness blog posts and inspiration blog posts and so much more regarding what comes to my mind! Please follow my blog to stay up to date with my latest blog posts ☺️

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