Heyyyyyy beautiful people!

OMG! I feel like it's been ages since my last post, did you guys miss me? Wait, Don't answer that, I know you didπŸ˜‰. I really really missed you guys and I missed blogging as well. You won't believe that half the time I was constructing posts title in my head and I already have a lot of juicy stuffs lined up for you guys😊. Too late to wish you a happy New month? Neeh I don't think so.

I'd like to thank those who reached out and checked on me during my exams, and to those who were thinking it too, I appreciate all of you, God bless and honour you. My exams were honestly very technical and brain draining😝 but I thank God for seeing me through and I know it's a success story already.

So basically this is supposed to be a #Mondayinspiration post, and what I have chosen to talk about today is how we need to keep pushing forward and never give up. Yes I have a "gazillion' posts on this particular topic but honestly, this exam really opened my eyes to quite a number of things and that includes how I need to challenge myself more often.

If you knew me before now, you would know that I was quite a laid back person in the sense that, I just do the normal things, nothing out of the extra ordinary, nothing challenging. My service year has actually changed all of that and I am very excited and proud at my level of growth. After my first exam, I mentioned to my friend casually that I initially wanted to write the NIM exams as well but I think I'm done because I can't imagine reading all over again.

Fast forward to about a week later she calls me up and says the registration for NIM is currently on, I mean I know I had mentioned it but mehn I was just weak. I told however that I would check it out and register. The registration process was what started the fraustration, I can't even begin to explain.

You guys, exam time came and these questions were 'wonderful' I kept saying to myself who sent me? Lol nobody will flog me if I don't do professional course now abi? But I had made a conscious decision to develop myself and to go through with these exams, you would say of course because I had no choice, but I did have a choice actually because I could have just decided that for this exam, we gon be "freestyling" the whole thing and doing the formation stuff and leaving my fate in the hands of complete strangers, but you see that's where self discipline comes in, once you decide to do something, make sure you stick to it however difficult it may seem.

My mantra throughout was "nothing good comes easy". Did I mention there was maths in this exams? Do you know how much I detest maths and calculations?
Your own case might not even be exams but you might have made a decision or a plan that will eventually benefit your life, yes the process is not easy, chances are really looking slim, you're stressed and tired, honey, you're not alone but I am telling you that it will eventually be worth it. If it doesn't work out the first time, at least you've seen one mistake to avoid, so go and try again.

Remember winners don't quit and quitters don't win

I love you guys and I wish you the very best in all of your endeavours.
Was this post helpful? What are your thoughts on challenging yourself?
Have an amazing week, imma see you in a bit✌

P.S- I have some amazing news in my next post, you don't want to miss itπŸ˜‰



  1. I missed #Mondayinspiration so much.... Welcome back sis

  2. Nothing good comes easy is also all I tell myself these days... All the best on your results dear!

    1. I know right, it's very necessary.thanks love 😚


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