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That's a Wrap!

It’s the last day of the year and as I sit here snuggled up on my couch getting my Carrie Bradshaw on, I begin to reflect on my 2018 journey. I’m super proud of myself and the lessons I’ve learned. Life is tough. There’s no way to sugar coat it but I know without a doubt I’m a lot tougher. This year has brought many tears, laughs, and blessings. I’m extremely grateful.

I began 2018 ending a relationship but, what I gained in returned was priceless. I’m not perfect by any means. Each day I add a little more tax to my value. Everyone isn’t fit to go to the next level with you and that was one of the hardest lessons to get through. That relationship hit a dead end and because of that I began focusing more on myself which I neglected to do while I was in it. That glow up was something real. I got myself back into church and therapy. I began living for me.

I gave birth to my second baby “Blogging With Breezy.” It was a vision I’d had for so long but too afraid to start. When the Lord says move you better move honey! Writing has been an amazing outlet for me. I love seeing my work in print. It’s an indescribable feeling to see your vision come to life. Who would’ve thought a girl who grew up on a dirt road would be creating her own website, content, logo and providing services to clients?  It’s just the beginning for me but I’m so glad I took a leap of faith and went after my dreams. Shortly after launching my blog I also began working as a freelance writer. From creating a dental blog with an amazing client, to writing resumes. It’s been a great ride and so much more is coming.

My career has been another great change for me in 2018. I started the year working two jobs to support my son and I. One of them being 30 minutes away. Some days I was so tired I didn’t know how I would make it. I loved my jobs though and what I did so it was bearable. I remember an old doctor telling me a long time ago…” Brea, you’re great at what you do, and I appreciate your presence here but never become too comfortable with anything in life.” That struck a nerve in me and before I knew it, I was accepting another position in a completely different field.  I’m set to start that job Jan 2nd. Dentistry has been my hustle for years and I’ve made great friendships and got the chance to work alongside some kick ass doctors along the way. I:’ll miss my patients and doctors but look forward to my new career.

In 2019 my goal is to move in silence when it comes to projects and milestones I plan to crush. In the past, I do believe I’ve talked some of my blessings away because I get so excited lol. I started today by fasting and praying that God directs my path for the upcoming year and to allow me to stay focused on him. I’ll continue working on myself to be a better mom, sister, daughter, and friend. I’ll praise him in the hallway until he opens doors for me in every aspect of my life. 2018, it’s been a great ride. 2019 I’m coming for you boo!   Happy New Year!

-Breezy Monreaux


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