Imagination and dreaming are the first steps to creating a plan an putting it into action! We can be limitless! When I was a kid my mother…… Read more “Imagine big! Dream big!”
Don’t speak negatively about yourself, even as a joke!! Your spirit and your body don’t know the difference!! Speak wonderful things to your spirit because you’re a…… Read more “Don’t speak negatively about yourself!!”
I love Wayne Dyer! His quotes are so inspiring and I rarely feel a need to change anything yet I feel this one needs a little amplifying!…… Read more “Abundance flows”
How vain it is to sit down to write when you have not stood up to live. – Henry David Thoreau, author I’m a member of a…… Read more “Do you feel anxious when you hear Thoreau’s words?”
It’s amazing how after even years of healing and inner work, we can instantly be triggered to go spiraling down!
How do we get out of the negative mindset?
Celebrating Mother’s Day can either be a cheap commercial process or a deeply emotional family celebration! It’s our choice how we see it and how we celebrate it!
In my family we’ve done both. Now, we celebrate it as a way of honoring the people who have made sacrifices for their families.
I love writing about personal development and positivity, so can you imagine how cool it was for me to find out about “The Power of Your Identity” by Rock Thomas, and to know I went to high school with him? Yes, really!
What are the chances that two people from the same graduating class would be inspired to write personal development books? Pretty farfetched?
When our hearts are burdened we struggle to feel positive about anything. So starting with small things is then crucial to becoming able to get strong enough to turn the light switch on in our minds and hearts and to send the shadows fleeing.
Joy. It can be tiny moments, but add them together they can become a bucketful, a lake full and even feel as expansive as an ocean! Finding moments of joy and holding onto them is very important!
The “Loser”Myth: Where did it come from?
By the time we’ve become adults, the myth of the “Loser” has become so embedded in or minds and our spirits that we no longer question if it’s true or not! We accept the myth as if it were a fact!
Opting out of the “Loser” myth…
There’s so many possible choices in how we present ourselves to the world: private life vs. business world; professional vs. informal; very informative vs. brief etc, I’ve tried on a few different approaches in my short years as an author and blogger, starting from my first site to this new one.