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Tag Archive for ‘Stress’

De-stress That Life!

Philippians 4:6-7 Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what you need, and thank him for all he has done. Then you will experience God’s peace, which exceeds anything we can understand. His peace will guard your hearts and minds as you live in Christ Jesus.   “Don’t worry” – this is one of the hardest thing anyone could ask of me. I am a huge worry […]

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My Peace Comes From God

No one likes a Monday, but this Monday was longer and more tiring than usual. It left me feeling stressed and restless. After work that evening, I sat at my desk, thinking over the events of the day. I tried to bring myself out of this low space, but I couldn’t, I just got more anxious and frustrated. I saw my Bible lying on my desk, and I remember that I […]

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Exam Break

So I just got back from writing two exams. English and Biology. I think they went pretty well. I have three weeks off before I write my last two exams, So this week I am going to take it slow then next week I shall be studying like crazy!! I really want to learn to draw but have no idea where to start. I think I will Youtube it and […]

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Howdy There!

I am currently looking for more past exam papers. I thought I would stop by and say hi. 🙂 I can’t believe how fast this year has gone!!! I start writing my exams in two weeks. I am boty nervous and excited. Nervous cause exams are nerve-racking, excited cause I am nearly done with school!! So many new things await me!! Time really flies, make the most of each day […]

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Exam Crams

Sorry I havent posted in ages. My AS Level exams are just around the corner. The stress and cramming has started to settle in. I am really nervous but can’t wait to be finally done and free from them! Not sure what’s to come after them, but I am taking one thing at a time. I shall get back to blogging a soon as I can 🙂 Wish me the […]

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