It’s the last day of the 29 Things To Do in 29 Days Challenge!!! *Whoop! Whoop!*💃💃

Today’s challenge was to try new coffee recipe… but the catch was to try it at a café. That said, this particular prompt was pretty daunting for me because it meant going to a public space by myself and not having anyone to distract my wandering thoughts. But hey, I ended up enjoying every bit of it!

As a café latte kinda girl, I tried Americano coffee for the first time. I still stand by the thought that people who love drinking black coffee have serial killer tendencies 😆 Haha.

Make Changes to Your Appearance

I have probably made changes to my appearance about three times since this challenge started. Haha. But for this prompt, I decided to use the changes I did to my nails.

Red nail polish has always been the height of ‘boldness’ for me. It’s like ‘Whoa! Could you be any louder?’ Lol. I’ve never tried it, but I’ve admired people who pull off red color. What I’m learning this year is how to take up space and make impact. Some of us are so used to being invisible, that it is so so scary and daunting to be out in the open. This for me is a reminder that you don’t light a candle and keep it under the bed. Light shines! And as light, we are meant to shine wherever we go. The sun doesn’t shy away. It shines unapologetically.

That’s how I’m challenging you and me to shine (and no, that doesn’t mean we all should have red nail polishes on- Lol). This is just symbolic of how I’m stepping out, owning the space God has given me on earth and shining to His absolute glory!

I did all but one challenge (Visit an art gallery) due to some logistic challenges. But I intend to sort that out soon.

Thank you so much for being a part of this journey with me!

Here are my final words as we come to a close (for now) and back to regular blogging schedules. I hope I have challenged you to move beyond your comfort zones and truly live a free and abundant life!

Shine your light and make a positive impact on the world; there is nothing so honorable as helping improve the lives of others.

Roy T. Bennett

Lots of love,

M.

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