Hi everyone! I know it’s been a long time since I’ve posted. I’ve been really busy with my job and making lifestyle changes to become a healthier and fitter me.
I’ve come a long way and I’m really proud of myself. I’ve lost 17lbs since the start of 2016 and I’m trying to lose an additional 5-8lbs by the end of 2017. Unfortunately I don’t have any before and after pictures because I was so uncomfortable with my weight gain that I didn’t take pictures and I didn’t even want to be seen. I’ve always been a petite girl so it was hard being looked on as “chubby” or “fatty”.
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Great family activity. Had a great time with my husband, parents, aunt and cousin.
Denbigh, one of the largest agricultural showcases in Jamaica held in May Pen, Clarendon. This platform is used by companys to introduce their latest products and technologies in agriculture. It is also a huge cultural display for all the parishes in Jamaica.
It was my first time going to Denbigh, even though I’ve lived in Jamaica all my life, but it was worth it. I saw some of the largest organic produce and livestock that even pictures would not do justice. There were lots of bi-products on sale as well. Overall it was a really cool experience. I got to learn more about the agricultural scene in Jamaica and the culture.
“Most people will spend their lives doing jobs that they don’t particularly enjoy, and will eventually save up enough money to stop doing those jobs just in time to start dying instead. Don’t be one of those people. There’s a difference between living, and just surviving. Do something that you love, and find someone to […]
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Most people use the new year as a time to make resolutions, to start fresh, to improve or change things in their lives. Indeed that is commendable but how long does this ‘new year craze’ last? Does it last? Or is it that we lack commitment?
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Life get so busy sometimes that we forget to make time for the things that we love. Whether it’s family, outdoor activities or just “me” time.
My job is so demanding and time consuming that most times I’m too tired to do anything but sleep. However, all work and no play makes Jill a very dull girl.
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Gold, like other precious metals, goes through a refining process in order to extract the pure metal from its ore. This process of refining involves extreme heat and extreme pressure. In the end, the impurities are removed and the pure and precious gold is left.
As humans, we can also be resilient like gold. We can undergo very grueling, challenging and painful experiences and end up coming out stronger and better than before. Trials are hard…..really hard. But we have the opportunity to either choose to make the situation break us or choose to let it refine us like gold.
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