So how do you get the universe to align with your desires?
My self love challenge this month is a psychological (behavioral) cleanse. One I choose to do by myself, for myself. Our outlook and mentality towards life is what shapes our opportunities, challenges, fortunes and misfortunes. I saw a quote this week that reads; We’re all in the gutter, some of us are simply looking upContinue reading “My Inspiration This Week Is Self Love: 8 Horrible Habits I’m Giving Up This Month”
What would you be doing if you could do absolutely anything? So this question actually inspired me to put together my anything-is-possible list and I had so much fun doing it that I wonder why it took me this long. I also discovered that pouring out your heart desires (those things you would absolutely doContinue reading “What Inspired Me This Week: 7 Things I’ll Do If I Could Do Anything, Books & More.”
From timely writing inspiration to Greek gods, here’s a list of things that inspired me this week. I’m definitely looking forward to a great week after finding these timely bits of inspiration over the weekend. 1. Writing Inspiration I was feeling down a bit about the challenge of keeping my dream to write full timeContinue reading “What Inspired Me This Week”
“why do you always say you’re too busy to have a steady relationship?”
How many people look back on a time in their lives, just to feel regret for not having the courage to follow a certain road? For most of us, our to do list is filled with dreams we have that we either “don’t have the time to pursue” or “don’t have the courage to evenContinue reading “The Magic of Just Starting”
There seems to be a compulsive need for us to measure our success with what we perceive as the successful lives of those around us.
It’s super easy to fall into a habit, especially when all you have to do is . . . Nothing! We all know what we should be doing right now, or at least what we need to accomplish at this moment. Then why aren’t we doing them? Why aren’t we chasing those goals and actingContinue reading “The Crippling Habit of Not Doing”