Kerry Katona 'moving on' with life
Kerry Katona is determined to "move forward" with her life and hoping to leave her troubles behind, after the star was declared bankrupt for the second time last month
Kerry Katona is "moving forward" with her life.
The reality TV star is hoping to learn from her mistakes and move on, admitting she has learned her lessons after she was declared bankrupt for a second time in July.
Kerry tweeted: "You can't move forward in life, if you're constantly looking behind you at the past. The past teaches us lessons to learn and then move on.x (sic)"
The 32-year-old blonde, who has been keeping a low profile in the last few weeks, admitted she has been down a "hard road" recently but now she can't stop smiling.
She tweeted: "Dream Big, Love Strong, Laugh Often, these are my rules for happiness! Xxxx
"It's been a hard road, but I feel like life's finally coming together and all I can do is smile! :) xxxx (sic)"
Earlier this year, Kerry was dropped as the face of payday loan company Cash Lady due to her "financial situation" after filing for bankruptcy for the second time.
Kerry was first bankrupt in August 2008 after failing to deliver the final £82,000 of a £417,000 tax bill.