Relationship 101
December 17, 2012

The most important lesson you’ll learn in the school of life is: You teach others how to treat you.

If you expect honesty—are you being honest?

If you expect R.E.S.P.E.C.T—are you being respectful?

If you expect to be yourself—are you trying to change others?

So before you present your list of complaints to the people in your life, examine the relationship you have with yourself.

How are you treating your mind-body-spirit?

  • Mind—are you focused on what you don’t want and are your thoughts always negative?
  • Body—are you eating junk food and leading a sedentary lifestyle?
  • Spirit—are you neglecting your self-care?

Sure, you might have a ton of excuses such as a lack of time. But don’t you think you are important enough to show yourself some love?

So spend at least 20 minutes daily in stillness-solitude-silence and most importantly, take care of your mind-body-spirit.

Not only will you rejuvenate your energy, but the amazing relationship you have with yourself, will be reflected back to you by the types of people you attract in your life.

“A woman who is convinced that she deserves to accept only the best challenges herself to give the best. Then she is living phenomenally.”~Maya Angelou

Just Be Yourself
May 21, 2012

You deserve only the BEST.




In your mind-body-soul:

You are WORTHY!

You are ENOUGH!

So let go of people’s expectations of who you’re “supposed” to be.
Let go of who you “think” you must become.

Just be yourself!

“Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.”~Dr. Seuss

Live Your Truth!
April 24, 2012

We all have dreams and aspirations we’d like to achieve in this lifetime. Some wish, hope, pray, and talk endlessly, while others take action towards their goals.

If today were your last day on earth, would you be ready? Could you reflect on your life with a sense of fulfillment? It’s a hard pill to swallow—death. Maybe a bit extreme! But lately it’s been my reality check, because time is so precious to waste.

“Faith is taking the first step even when you can’t see the whole staircase.”~Martin Luther King Jr.

Waiting for the perfect time etcetera is non-existent. Faith doesn’t work that way. Only you hold the power within your very own hands to lead a fulfilling life. Happiness is a choice—one that you can decide at any given moment.

The key is to live your truth consistently. It’s not a one time deal! So if you believe in yourself and trust your gut you can go places you only imagined.

“All of our dreams can come true—if we have the courage to pursue them.”~Walt Disney

What Would Love Do?
April 4, 2012

Does love keep you staying small—telling you that you can’t [fill in the blank].

Does love keep you debilitated in fear invoking self-doubt—telling you not to pursue your dreams?

Does love insist you wait for the perfect time or enough money?

Does love sacrifice your needs and neglect nurturing yourself by putting others first?

Does love constantly replay “your story” about the past—blaming others for life’s troubles and why you are unable to move forward?

Does love want to control or manipulate a certain outcome?

There is no right or wrong answer. It’s a version of love—one with conditions that has you living in victimhood rather than victoriously. If you want the true answer to what love would do—trust your gut!

“Follow your bliss and the universe will open doors where there were only walls.”~Joseph Campbell

December 17, 2011

In grade school I was taught my timetable of multiplication, division, addition and subtraction. But I’ve create a new system called simplication.

Simplication involves:

  • adding value to your life;
  • subtracting whatever is bringing you down;
  • multiplying all of the goodness in your life;
  • dividing your time wisely by maintaining a healthy balance.

The total should equal peace of mind.


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