Month: December 2016

Juggling Life-shaped Balls

Well, 2016 was an interesting year.

At the start of the year, I recall vowing firmly that it would be a meaningful one, I was particularly keen about achieving relevance.   I wanted to be able to properly account for the year on the last day and also be happy about doing both the things that I’d set out to do and the ones that I didn’t even expect to happen.

The most significant thing was launching the Nedoux Sewing Club.  The phrase “Do it afraid” sounds rather clichèd, but to be honest I was mostly terrified sometimes, still I kept going regardless, pausing wasn’t an option.  I found the courage to persevere and the wisdom to keep improving, by learning from mistakes.

Truthfully, I’m still learning to balance the new balls in my life, thus whilst the sewing workshop thrived,  writing and blogging were neglected towards the end of the year.

Here are some of the moments that made this year remarkable for me. I am very thankful to everyone who supported me.

Best wishes for the New Year!

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