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You Can’t Hide Your Vibe

I remember the first time I discovered a mood ring as a little girl. I thought I’d found a wearable piece of magic.

The notion that a ring changed colors according to my mood delighted me so much that I begged my mom to buy it for me. 

Needless to say I promptly lost it two weeks later while swimming in a lake. What can I say? I was a kid.

Lessons Along the Way

Look what I’ve been doing! I crocheted my first ever afghan. I taught myself via Youtube. It took 49.5 hours over six weeks.

A few things I learned along the way:

  • It’s super fun to dabble with things out of your comfort zone.
  • It’s okay not to know what you’re doing.
  • Expect mistakes.
  • Sometimes you have to begin again where you are.
  • You will curse.

Your Presence is Vital

An old friend of mine, Scott Moore, passed away yesterday.

Scott and I haven’t been close for a long time. Years and life can do that to friendships. But he will always hold a special place in my heart.

You see, Scott was one of those people you randomly cross paths with that show you a new way of being.

He was the first free-thinker I ever met up close and in person.

Pockets of Joy

Here we are in the middle of a Global Pandemic. Life is super weird right now, and we’re all trying to navigate our way through the uncertainty as best we can.

One thing that’s helped me is focusing on what I call Pockets of Joy.

Pockets of Joy are small things occuring in my day that help me to tune into the joyful, loving, being that I am.

Some of these things are activities,

Religion vs. Spirituality

Religion and Spirituality are they the same, or are they different?

This question has been posed to me a lot lately. Clients, house guests, and even a random magazine article I stumbled across yesterday all raise this question of religion and spirituality.

(I’ve learned that when the Universe presents me something in 3’s, I’m to pay attention to it.)

So, here are my thoughts on this topic. 

Traditional religions provide answers.

What do You have in Common with a Trapped Monkey?

My neighbor told me a fascinating story I want to share with you. Over our morning coffee on Sunday, we somehow got on the subject of monkeys. (I know, not most folks average coffee talk subject!)

Anyway, Brandy was telling me that her brother spent some time abroad in the Philippines. While there, he discovered that the locals have a very unique tactic to trap unwanted monkeys.

They’ll use a bottle with a small opening at the top,

Use this FUN Process to Tap into Your Intuition for the New Year

If you’re anything like me, you might not be great at keeping New Year’s Resolutions. I used to fuss at myself for not having the will power to make the changes in my life, but now I know better.

You see, my personality-self loves when I list goals and make plans. My personality-self loves when I use my mind to make all the decisions.

But, there is a deeper, wiser version of me that balks when I only make decisions with my head.

Calling all the Multi-taskers, Go-to guys, and Folks that get ‘er done! What you want to know before you jump into your new year.

If you are one of those people who need help finishing things or staying on track, this post is not for you.

Today, I am talking to all my folks out there who rule the world from their desks (home or office).  The lovely ladies and gentlemen who get shit done. Who juggle kids, work, exercise, and social obligations. The people who can book spring break vacations while grocery shopping. The women who read their latest book club book on the Peloton. 

Calendars, Planners, and Schedules! Oh, my! The key to Organizing your Year from an Inspired Mindset

I love a new calendar. I am thrilled that paper calendars and planners are having a comeback. I’ve missed them!

The new fancy calendars with dots, to-do lists, planners, and inspirational quotes are incredible. They’re beautiful creations, but they’re not for me.

It’s super easy for me to become a taskmaster when I have too specific of a plan. I’ll work like hell to get it done. 

If you are like this,

How Bill Gates used this simple Formula to create Miracles and how YOU can use it in Your Life too

Bill Gates grew up a little different than most of us. He came from an affluent family, went to leading-edge schools, and knew from the time he was a tot that he was good at math–not just good at math but a genius at math.

In the 7th grade, he took a statewide exam and scored better than anyone in the sate. Not just for 7th graders but 7th-12th graders. He had something special.

Think you’ve got one Body, one Mind, one Spirit? What if that’s only partially right?

Consciousness is a difficult thing to grasp because our human brain has a hard time understanding things outside of our physical senses.

But it’s not impossible to wrap our brain around the abstract idea of consciousness because we’ve learned to trust other things that we don’t fully comprehend so we can use them and benefit from them.

For example, the economy is an extensive system with many moving parts, and usually,

What’s Hiding in your Blind Spot that’s Holding you back from Clear Communication with your Soul?

My friend Alison is shopping for a new car.  Her 2002 Nissan served her well, but her trusted chariot is turning into a clunker.

Alison visited one of those mega auto-centers to test drive a bunch of potential new rides. Her primary goal is to find something she feels comfortable driving, so she immediately nixed one of the cars because it has too many blind spots that made it hard to see and navigate.

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