Tag: self love

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Never break a promise to yourself

Ouch, this one hits home because I HAVE broken promises to myself. Yet, I don’t want to beat myself up, rather, moving forward I choose to practice the self-love I teach to myself. 

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Leave the past behind…..

Living in the past keeps us from creating the life we truly crave. We cannot become who we want by holding on to who we are.

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We can’t become who we want to be by holding on to who we are

“We can not become who we want to be by holding on to who we are” ~Jena Harris

Last week we spoke about balance, and the topic was

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Balance is not something you find, It’s something you create

“Sometimes when I am feeling tense about something to honor me I just punch the air and it always makes me laugh especially when I do it in front of a mirror.  It gives a good release in the body so you can shift your energies.” ~Tally Hayden

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Abandon Unhealthy Addictions, You Are Not Alone

Addictions today are much broader than just alcohol and drugs. With the world we live in and how we have access to anything imaginable, usually very quickly too, we have new addictions rising and no one talking about them.

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Beauty is a CHOICE

I want to invite you to explore the idea that Beauty is a choice. Your first reaction may be to reject that, since society has us conditioned to think that we have to be a certain weight, height, eye color

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#Fearless Living

The smell of crisp, damp air fills your nostrils and you can hear the leaves and shrubbery crunching under your feet with every step you take. You take a deep breath….

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You Are Supported Through This Time

Do you have moments of time where you can get so frustrated where you feel like you don’t have any control of your time and schedule?

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Take Time Today To Appreciate Yourself

“The deepest principle in human nature is the craving to be appreciated”

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The More Validation I Need, The Less Discernment I Have

You were validated the moment you came into this world, stop seeking validation.

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“Life is not measured by the breaths we take but by the moments that take our breath away”

How do you define those moments that take your breath away? 

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Living In Fear To Living Without Fear

“Fear; what is fear Mami” my almost three year olds asks me. I take a deep breath as I am thinking oh, no where do I begin. The first words that come out of me is, “Fear does not exist; it is something that we create”. But obviously he has heard this word and has used it in several contexts that demonstrate he is in fear base moment. When he first began to say, “Tengo miedo (I am afraid)” my response was, “Don’t be afraid; you are not alone. God and the Angels are with you”. But, when he asked me what fear was I really had to pause for a moment. 

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