Who am I?, and why am I blogging?

My name is Alison. And I’m blogging because I have been through hell in my life, and it taught me how to be resilient, courageous, and tenacious. It taught me how to be grateful, how to be happier, and what really matters in life. It showed me how to learn to love myself, and accept who I am flaws and all. It taught me self-belief, and how to have my own back, to stand up for myself, to stop being afraid of people and what they think of me.

And I’m blogging because I think that people just might find my life stories interesting, a little inspiring, and the wisdom I can share could make a difference in their life, in your life, if you give me a chance to show you, what I have been through, what I have endured, and how I have coped.

What I know for sure is,

If you’re going through hell, keep going!

~ Winston Churchill

Keep putting one foot in front of the other, no matter how hard it is.

No matter how hard it gets, know that you can do it,

Never give up.

Find one thing to be grateful for every day, just one thing is enough, even if it’s just a hug from a friend, or a text message from someone that cares.

You’ve got this.

Every new day is a new chance to start again, a new day of hope.

Welcome to my blog, hold onto your hats, this ride is gonna get rocky!


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