“I don’t know about you, but I usually don’t get along with other women. Most of my friends are guys—Women create too much drama.”
Having a place for everything makes it easier to put things away in an exact place and in turn, find things when you need them most.
Rather than comparing ourselves to others, what if we were are able to access the dreams and visions of what kind of life we really want to create, who we really want to be, and the world we want to live in?
If we always gave in to the monkey mind who says, “I don’t wanna” or “how will you ever do that?” we would never get anywhere in life.
Most people don’t have a pre-existing passion that they can identify and follow. Watch the video>
In the past couple of days, I had the pleasure of chatting with two artist friends who have been in the field of graphic design and illustration for many years. Eric and Lynn. Lynn started her career working as an illustrator for fashion catalogues, then moved into art direction for a large toy company and travelled the world. Now, she … Read More
“Claiming your 20s is one of the simplest, yet most transformative things you can do for your work, for love, for your happiness, maybe even for the world.” — Meg Jay PhD
The voice constantly asking “am I doing this right?” doesn’t stop throughout life. This is what I have learned so far.
As soon as you start being true to your soul and your unique self, your life falls into place. The journey to figuring all that out is the journey of overcoming self-doubt.
Optimism is really a way of life or a path; and if you fall off of it, it can be like a downward spiral. Our lives are not written in the stars; I really believe that we manifest our own lives and that which we focus on, no matter if it is good or bad, becomes a reality. That’s why … Read More