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Reliving childhood; Five things I wish I learnt growing up.

Hey guys,
removing cobwebs. It’s been pretty long here I know…you missed me too right? ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿ˜Š. Okay, my notepad is filled with so many potential blogposts to put up here for you but somehow, I’m trying to organize everything in such a way you’d know what category to expect each day when a new post comes up.
I’ve been working behind the scene to improve everything for us here. So please relax and roll with me k? Thankyou.

That said, please make yourself comfortable and enjoy today’s post.

You see, our journey through life comes in different stages and with different experiences, all geared towards growth and fulfillment if well harnessed. Every stage of our lives demand a new us. We have to grow. That’s the way life is. Remember when you were a little child and all you wanted was to eat, play and sleep? Looking back now I guess there could have been a few little things we could have paid closer attention to. Perhaps it would be needed much later in the adulting stage. You jus never know when that smallย skill or knowledge can be useful.

And so, I have put up five things I wish I learnt growing upย Here.

What would you say where yours? Please share with us in the comments section.

Ps: I finally made it to the gram! Yayyy!!! Excited much. So please follow me on Instagram @jessicahugoinspire.The account is only a few days old BTW so kindly follow to grow that ministry puhleez.

See y’all soon.
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Jessica Hugo.

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9 thoughts on “Reliving childhood; Five things I wish I learnt growing up.”

  1. Definitely learning the piano. My mum signed me up for lessons but I always skipped them (without telling her).. and went to hang out with friends instead ๐Ÿ™‚ Would have been nice to be able to play for my daughter now.
    One thing i did do though is learn foreign languages and I am so glad I did.

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    1. Awwh… that’s so nice, on learning foreign languages. It’s so important I would say. Learning a musical instrument if you’re inclined to arts would be really lovely too. I wish I did too. Perhaps I should. Lol.
      Thanks for your comment.

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