What’s Up Peeps!

I had to stop in and say hello, I’ve been meaning to write to you guys. Life gets busy ya know? I have want to show you guys and example of the power of positivity working, and the effect it can have on your life. I’m sure you’ve heard it a thousand times before, so I don’t need to go over the whole shebang. I’m just going to illustrate the last 6 years of my life, which actually FLEW by.

Why I’m Such A Happy Person


When I was 18 I made a big change to my life. I spent most of my teenage years feeling confused and misunderstood, and I decided I wanted to be like my uncle. He was always happy and never made much of a fuss about anything, instead he kept doing his thing and was always a huge pleasure to be around. I liked the idea of always being happy and positive so I just decided to make a switch on my outlook of life. Some people would call that difficult, but it’s really not. You can literally be any kind of person you want simply by deciding to do so.

After I decided I was a happy and positive person I still hit some bumpy roads, but I felt good about myself the entire way. Isn’t that what’s most important? feeling good?

Overtime I felt empowered to do my own thing, and not worry about what a single person thinks of me. See that’s what I believe is what stops a ton of people from pursuing their dreams; the fear of judgement. The thing is no matter what you do someone is always going to be judging you, so why not just do your thing? Sorry I keep repeating that phrase, but it really is my secret to happiness.

Over the course of 18-24, I’ve accumulated an interesting abundance of knowledge. I haven’t been out there with the other girls partying, flirting with guys and putting on tons of make up. I’ve spent my time learning the ins and outs of the virtual world, as well as myself. I don’t want to spend my time doing what everyone else does, and involving myself in drama that I have no reason to be a part of.I would rather figure out what I like, focus on those things and see where they take me. Anyways this has resulted in me waking up every day with a smile on my face, and excited about what I am going to be doing that day. The cool thing is that I envisioned myself to be exactly the way I am when I was 18:

  • A website designer
  • A comic book artist
  • And a happy camper.

How did I become exactly what I wanted to be? through believing and positive thinking. Contact me if you need more details 🙂


Angela Davis

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