Patient Priscilla 20/20

Happy New Year! We have embarked on a whole new decade. The year 2020 symbolize’s so much. Based on the Snellen chart, (a visual acuity chart used during standard eye examinations), “Normal” vision is 20/20. This means that the test subject sees the same line of letters at 20 feet that person with normal vision sees at 20 feet.* I can barely see past 5 feet without my glasses so I am eager for some clear vision this year, how about you?

It is only right to begin this year with full force. New = Fresh Start. It is the beginning of a story only you can tell. You are the author, the captain of the ship. You hold the key to unlocking all of the blessings awaiting for you this year.

Did you guys miss me? Its been a while…life has its way of bringing you back to where it all started. Bringing you back home. So here I am. I started to share my thoughts publicly 4 years ago as the universe called me to write about matters dearest to my heart. Subconsciously becoming a form of therapy, inspirational writing not only became an outlet but also a gateway to all new forms of ideas and adventures that laid awaiting to be awoken in my mind.

I’ve learned so much about myself through this journey. PATIENCE will be at the forefront of all that I have to tackle this year. I’ve learned and am still learning..the ‘wait’ is the real test, and this 2020 I plan to take my time…drinking a glass of wine…looking fine…and staying on my grind! Okurrr!

The mind of a creative can only succumb to one thing…and that is to create. This 2020 I challenge you to fulfill all of your hearts desires. One step at a time. There will be moments where you want to give up but don’t. Take a step back and regroup. Bring it back home, and start again.

#HappyNewYear #2020 #ClearVision #BlessingsOnBlessings

What does 2020 vision mean? Retrieved from https://www.eyecaretyler.com/resources/how-the-eye-works/what-does-2020-mean

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