My message for today is that no matter what you think are your barriers are only there until you ‘see’ and accept that they really are not.
Omgosh! Where have I been!? I have missed you! It’s been a while since I have gone live, can’t wait to share what I have been up to and some things aren’t so ‘awesome’ yet this is a place where we can be real right?
Giving my soul sister Katherine Martin a shout out for changing my life!
And those of you who are interested in Megan Michelle Ellis work, you can check out her Facebook page, as I stated, I will be doing another video to share all of her YUMMINESS!
Listen below to my message to find out what I have been up to!
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It’s been a while since I have written a blog post! WOW! It’s MARCH already and I have no idea how it got here! Omgosh have I had some massive changes in the last few months! Just when you think your biggest transformation is in the past, BOOM! Another huge shift! Has that happened to you?
If you would have asked me in December how I was doing, I wouldn’t have known how to answer you! Too many things shifting too quick that I felt as though I was free falling out of an airplane with no parachute! First, my business partner and I decided our work together for the incredible creations we did had fizzled to an end. We both felt good about the change, YET, it is change, right? I don’t know about you, but change isn’t always easy because of the ‘unknown’.
Sister, I hope you are finishing off the year with an exciting escape of adventures! I have been invited to take a trip to Mexico City and I am more nervous than excited. I’ve been recovering from my health and surgeries I’ve had from the past year that traveling seems complicated. Traveling doesn’t seem easy to me like it did once before. I’ve been feeling excited, but the back of my head I can’t seem to shake off the feeling of fear. Nervousness starts to creep up and I’m doubting I’ll go. “Will I be okay?” “Will I get sick” “what if I have pain” just ridiculous thoughts flowing through my head. I’m still learning about my body and what things I can do and can’t do. My health has changed tremendously since being a teen. And there’s nothing more I could wish for but to feel normal again.
Hey Soul Sister/Brother!
As we enter into 2018, I want to suggest that we try something different this year.
Studies show that approximately 40% of people make New Year’s resolutions, I thought that number was extremely high! Want to know the thing that surprised me more? That only between 8–19% of people actually follow through on fulfilling those promises two years later! This means that 81–92% of people who make New Years Resolutions wind up feeling disappointed with themselves and even feeling like undisciplined losers…
Am I right? I know that in the past when I was playing in that consciousness, it was a trap for me. A self-sabotaging trap!
OH. MY. GOSH.
This 12 Days To Christmas has honestly, been
SO MUCH FREAKING FUN!
This has filled my spirit more than anything!
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Today’s inspirational message is…
Making the most of family time:
Involve your partner and kids
Selfish-love what is the meaning of this word to you? For me, it means loving yourself just the way you are, the way you look, the way you act, and the way you feel despite what others might say. Some of us have a hard time accepting the type of human we are. We want to look just as great as any other woman we might crush on. We want to look just as good or even better right? The comparison is one of the most terrible ways you can do to bring your self-esteem down. So stop right now and think about the things that you love about yourself! Sure some women are born with natural beauty and that is the truth! Some of us are born special made haha, winky face because you know what I mean. We have things that we don’t like from our bodies, to our skin, to our personalities to the way we dress up.
We start to pick on us, we look at our flaws and find things that we just hate about ourselves! I know I’ve been there, these are just feelings that shouldn’t even be there at all but are. We are all born with our own uniqueness, our own personality, our own style, our own mark. And yet we can’t accept the way we were made. We fall for people’s judgments so easily they don’t seem to know how hard it can be for us. Could it be hate or just plain jealousy? Nobody knows because, in reality, nobody will tell you how they feel or what makes them they say rude comments about you or to you. Know that the person who has ever said anything about you has their own insecurities. Everyone hides them and everyone is too blind to see their mistakes. It’s so easy to say hateful words but it’s so hard to forget.
Take courage to be that person who lives within you. Sometimes we are so hard on ourselves because we let perfection take over our minds. We constantly strive to not let the world down, but often times we are so focused on the outer world that we forget about ourselves. And this is where we forget to take courage to be that person that lives within us.
Have you ever stopped to reflect if you are living the life you want or living the life others are telling you to live, consciously or unconsciously? So often we have been programmed in such a way that we really don’t stop to take that sacred space to evaluate if we are merely living the life that others are telling us to live. Furthermore, we don’t make the connection that we are veering away further away from our heart, our dreams, our goals, and the Spirit that lives within us. As we move away, we let go of the courage to be our authentic radiant selves. We forget that we also are divine and significant.
“In our everyday life we are so busy moving on to the next task or the next interaction with someone that it can feel like we never finish one thing before starting the next. A mindful goodbye allows you to fully absorb your experience so that it can become part of your learning.” — Gretchen Schmelzer, a psychologist and the author of “Journey Through Trauma.”
Saying goodbye can be hard, scary, and downright painful, right? I think about how many times we say goodbye in life, sending our children off to kindergarten for the first time or even away to college. We say goodbye to jobs, homes, pets, marriages, the list is endless! How do you take goodbyes? I will admit one of the hardest goodbyes I have had has been leaving my daughter in a city and college half-way across the United States! I cried for days! No matter what the goodbyes are they can be hard.