My most popular post of 2020

From when it all began. When I rewrote history and carved a new path. It is without a doubt the best thing that happened to me in 2020. And, when I look back on this year, I will make a conscious effort to remember the feelings I felt when I wrote this post.

The tectonic plates have shifted and I got a job. A really good job. Dare I say… a great job!

I just finished my first day of work. I am working remotely until COVID calms down.

I am the Marketing/Digital Marketing Coordinator for a tech company. I’m going to start their blog, ramp up their social media profiles and take control of branding and graphic design.

From “I got a job!” on May 25, 2020

28 thoughts on “My most popular post of 2020

    1. Thank you ❤
      Happy New Year! I hope that your 2021 is filled with plenty of dog walks through the outback and more incredible food. (Your Instagram food always looks amazing)

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  1. I remember that post as if it was just a month ago…crazy to believe that it’s been over six months! Despite the low points earlier in the year due to unemployment, it’s incredible that you’ve managed to find a job through it all (especially COVID-19) and to feel good about yourself again. I was in the same boat, too; look how far we’ve come!

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  2. That’s one of the gifts of writing a blog is to have a testimony saved to go back to and read. Good stuff V🥰 I knew you were headed somewhere great when I first started interacting with you on here. You’ve come a long way baby. Remember living with your family and finding an old chocolate in a desk draw andstill contemplating eating it? Look how much your life has changed for the positive! Happy for you V❤

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  3. Hurray for work !!!

    On Thu, Dec 31, 2020, 8:35 PM #MILLENNIALLIFECRISIS wrote:

    > V posted: ” From when it all began. When I rewrote history and carved a > new path. It is without a doubt the best thing that happened to me in 2020. > And, when I look back on this year, I will make a conscious effort to > remember the feelings I felt when I wrote this p” >

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