Happy New Years, Dears!
This New Year, yes, I do have dreams related to my novel launch (more on that in a few weeks, I promise). But one of my most personal New Year’s Resolutions is to become more open hearted to love. I have been on a steady ‘single lady’ streak for the last 6 years. It’s been a stretch in the solo lane, but I genuinely value that I have been focusing on myself, on the healing and growth my soul needed to evolve. I really feel like I became an adult in the last five years, which is to say I started truly becoming accountable for and to myself. And, whew, what a ride to get here!
I think it would have been challenging to journey from my dark to light while balancing a new relationship. I needed this time to be with myself, to listen and calibrate my mind body and spirit. I became a serious writer throughout these past 6 years, and I’m grateful for the room that being single allowed for this intense professional development. I’m proud that after this work, I have a novel I love that I will be able to share with the world. But now, with it done, I’m very much open to emotional connection. I am seeking relationships that are beautiful and rewarding and a strong sense of community, not just around my writing, but around the entirety of my being.
For 2020, I manifest success with my art and also success with my heart. I feel deep gratitude that I have gotten to a place where I feel good about myself and at peace with my heart. I am excited for the ways this inner peace can be manifested through loving healthy, supportive, adventurous relationships with other. For 2020, I manifest friendships and love matches that enrich my soul.
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