Three awesome things just happened, as a result of making a gratitude-intention list; a 10-10 list This week I resurrected a simple, yet profound practice back into my life and I enthusiastically encourage you to try it. The resurrected practice (it was never really deceased; I had just fallen off the wagon a bit) is […]
With Pam Grout‘s permission, I share a brilliant post she wrote for Hay House, called “4 Myths About Financial Security.” My hope is that you will click above and read that post, or at the very least, click below to listen to it. I recorded it to make it easier for you to consume, because […]
Pam Grout is the amazingly awesome author of #1 NY Times Bestseller E-Squared: Nine Do-It-Yourself Energy Experiments that Prove Your Thoughts Create Your Reality, and yesterday I had the pleasure of speaking with her.
Love this gratitude quote from Neale Donald Walsch and had a first-hand illustration of it this week. “The struggle ends when the gratitude begins”
Today I am excited to share my new favorite thing. It’s called the 10-10 Exercise, takes only a few minutes and brings rather magical results. Here’s how it works Each day (first thing in thing in the morning, if possible), write down Ten things you feel grateful for and Ten things you would like to manifest […]
Today, March 23, 2012 is a very special day for me. It is a quarter of a CENTURY since I gave birth to my first little miracle, Whitney. I fully realize it is her birthday, however I feel rather entitled to celebrate as much, perhaps more than she does.
Yesterday, a friend asked how she could shake herself out of a “funky” mood. As we were discussing things she might do, I became profoundly aware of how simple this exercise is if you are prepared; and how utterly impossible it seems if you are not prepared. So here’s a way you can prepare to […]
I am currently enrolled in a Prosperity Coaches training which involves wearing a blue Abundance Activist™ bracelet, similar to a Livestrong bracelet. Every time I GIVE or RECEIVE something, I switch the bracelet to the other wrist. It may sound silly, but doing that simple action has had a dramatic effect on my awareness of […]
One of my mentors suggested that there is a difference between being thankful and being grateful. He said that being thankful is appreciating something you already have, while being grateful is appreciating something you have not yet received, but have faith is coming. Although the dictionary does not distinguish between the two, I like this […]
I remember a few years ago when my son (the one who had me bawling my eyes out in the last post!) told me his favorite holiday was Thanksgiving. Not Christmas or his Birthday, where he is showered with gifts. Not Halloween, where he is showered with candy. Thanksgiving! It made me happy then, and […]