Things I learned in 2012….. – The Fab Femme

Things I learned in 2012…..

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Wow. Can you all believe this year is almost over? It seems like just yesterday I was in a completely different place in my life where the grass wasn’t so green and my ambition seemed like a downfall. Oh what a difference a year makes. Over the past year I learned a lot about myself as well as the people around me. I grew, I evolved, and I learned how to have FAITH which is the key to having an amazing life.

2012 taught me that anything is possible if you stay focused, surround yourself with positive people, and challenge every obstacle with an obscure plan b. I would like to encourage each of you to go through life with a positive attitude and have faith in what the future holds. Do what makes you happy. Life is too short to be scared to go after whatever your heart desires.

I also learned to surround myself with like minded people who genuinely take me higher. I don’t celebrate my “haters” every chance I get and surround myself with shallow people who don’t care about my success. I surround myself with people who love me and encourage me to be a better person. These people are my friends and they mean the world to me.

I hope everyone looks back on the year with a smile and a nostalgic view that teaches you something you can take with you into the new year. Don’t dwell things that were difficult for you in 2012. Focus on the new and apply the lessons you learned in the past to the present. Everything happens for a reason even though we may not understand why its happening at the time. Stay calm, stay optimistic, have faith and SMILE.

xoxo -Aryka

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Aryka Randall is a media mogul in the making from San Diego, California. After relocating to Louisiana in 2004, Randall became active in her local LGBTQ community. Randall was recently featured on Go Magazines annual ‘100 Women We Love‘ issue along with Tagg Magazine, the Dinah Shore Blog, and a number of other LGBT publications for her work in the LGBT community

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