Taking Stock

Happy Monday everyone! Ready for work tomorrow?  No worries the week ends on Thursday. …fun times. Hope you have all been able to get fuel in your cars and generators? Because aint not telling who will show us pepper after the holidays are over. And the Government has said it is removing subsidy come the first and we will be buying fuel for N85 per litre. …no telling what marketers will do if the government has not finished paying them all the subsidies owed to them.

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Well lets take stock of 2015. How has your year been? Mixed bag? Really good? Not too bad I hope?

I will start! I learnt a lot about myself in 2015. From grieving to running a profitable beyond my imagination consultancy to just having a peaceful home. I endured the month of September because God showed me that while I make plans he really is the only one who knows what he has in store. I also grew in faith- something I asked God for – three years with consistency he declared in my life. Delay is never denial and I am still in shock.

I might not be the richest or have everythig I think I want but I am grateful that I was able to start and finish 2015. I am looking forward to 2016 as I expect to enter unchartered waters – business wise and family wise. It should be an extremely exciting year.

How about you? How was your 2015?

On another note I have a 30th birthday party to attend tomorrow night. The theme is 90s- outside of my husbands lumber jack shirt I have been unable to find anything else to wear that is 90s. I dont own timberlands anymore or baggy jeans – all my jeans are skinny😅. Not sure what to do yet.

And Oh i am looking forward to cleaning out my closet in the next few weeks. I have decided to change my style – to what? I really dont know – time will tell.

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9 Comments on Taking Stock

  1. I learnt patience in the most amazing way,I found more about myself,business wise I stepped out of my comfort zone and Its been good. Career wise I took up some challenges even when the deadline was staring in my face and I thought I was going to mess it up but I excelled. I got more closer to God and I’m glad I did. I started my NGO this year after procastinating for five yrs because I was low on funds but I said to myself ‘I’m going to start small’ I’m glad I did. 2015 has taught me so much though it started on a rocky path but I am glad its ending well.

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  2. My year has been more of a mixed bag. Most importantly, I learnt that I can always start over.

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  3. Yeye of Lagos // December 29, 2015 at 10:18 // Reply

    I Learnt to Trust God and wait on his Time ….. Seedtime and Harvest will never cease.

    I Learnt to let go of unhealthy people and relationships and also to stop seeking validation from the wrong people …. I am endorsed by the Most High.

    I learnt to enjoy myself and spend my money on myself just as i help other people.

    It was such a challenging year but Here I am; I’m still standing – MArvin Sapp.

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  4. 2015 – the year I lost my smile.
    I learnt to let go, let God and take life one day at a time.

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  5. www.thelmathinks.com // December 29, 2015 at 11:43 // Reply

    Nne I pray you find your smile again, and this time it would be replaced with laughter and giggles.

    2015 was a very very very very very very very very very very weird year for me. I’m still trying to make sense of it.

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  6. Nne, you’ll have laughter not just smiles this new year.

    I got fuel. No PHCN. Peaceful Xmas day even though I was ‘strong’ and on medication.

    2015. A roller coaster year. I experienced strong emotions of all sorts. God pulled me through and held me together. Made some acquisition, let some go. I learnt more patience, endurance and faith.

    I expect to be joyful and experience peace. I pray all my plans be executed in God’s grace and favour.

    I wish everyone the most fulfilling year.

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  7. Hmmmn 2015 has been more of a training and learning year for me. I’m looking forward to 2016 indeed.

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  8. 2015 had alot of ups and downs for me. God bless me with so much yet the devil tried to steal my joy.

    This year, I learnt to trust in God like never before and let go of fear. I’m not completely there yet, but I believe God who has started a God work in me is faithful to see it through to the end.
    I look forward to all the blessings God has in store for me for 2016.

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  9. Like any other year, 2015 had its ups and downs but this year, I have matured even more than I thought I would. I have had to tackle more than I would, bearing more responsibilities in a receptive way than I would have thought I could manage. Thankfully, I have cried less this year. Not because everything has been rosy but all thanks to being more receptive and mature. It can only get better from here on out. I believe it

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