Catching up with my life

I do enjoy seeing my transformation. ♥️

Reblogging a post from more than 3 years ago. Life is a curious thing. It put me through hard times again last year, probably to check if I were able to apply what I’d learnt before. It took time, but I remembered all the good things I have in my life. Staying positive in hard times is the key to prevail in life.

Enjoy reading.
Lusessita

Lusessita Kingsley

Hi you all!

I haven’t been here for a while, well a longer while… The summer has finally arrived in Reykjavik so I’m trying to benefit from every sunny moment I can get here (and there aren’t THAT many in Iceland). For this reason I decided to put my blog on hold for some time and catch up with my real life (and deal with it, too). There’s been many things going on whilst I was off here, both positive and negative. I had to come to terms with those negative ones and at the same time get as much as possible from the positive ones. Just to keep the right balance.

I must admit, it was quite hectic to stay sane and simply put up with all that, but I managed. And to be honest, I’ve been really surprised with my attitude and actions, I mean in a very positive way. I…

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