Isn’t it funny how early on in life we know what it is we are called to do? Whether it is that we that have a full revelation of what our life’s purpose is or we have interests and ideas that we can pursue for the future. As we grow older, we try to keep our dreams alive, hoping that one day we will achieve them but then life happens and our dreams get shut down. Situations arise, the pressures of life kick in, negativity and failed attempts discourage us from pursuing our passions. Living in a fast-paced society where the ‘need’ to have your life together takes precedence over the importance of building character, setting firm foundations and making sure your values are in check, doesn’t help neither… (Read my post/borderline rant ‘you don’t have to have your stuff together by your late teens/early 20’s’)

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Hey! Can you please follow my Instagram page: @wordsbytracyandu where I post faith posts, thoughts, observations, inspiration, excerpts, quotes and poetry. I will be using this page more often than I blog so you’ll always get a meaningful word or morning motivation from me 🙂 Peace and Love,  Tracy Landu 

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GIRLTALKKKK!  Who doesn’t love a bit of it? Especially when it comes to discussing real issues women face in the media and music industry. Last Tuesday, I attended the Women Talk: Media, Music, Influence and Empowerment event hosted by Girls Talk at the Redbull Music Studios in London. The event was targeted at women who want to make it big as a #girlboss in the competitive  and sometimes cut-throat world of media. The driven, go-getting panel of women gave us an insight into their careers and dropped some words of wisdom in the discussion addressing: combatting low pay, recognition of women in journalism, being assertive in a “male-dominated” field, getting your ideas across and speaking about race issues in the workplace.

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