Category: personal development

Law of Attraction: Use Your Imagination for Good

Worrying is using your imagination to create something you don’t want. — Abraham Lately my morning routine consists of coffee, cereal, fruit and listening to Abraham. If you’re unfamiliar with the Law of Attraction, Esther Hicks, and Abraham then I highly recommend you read one of their books […]

And the Envelope Please . . .

It is time for my announcement! Though maybe you won’t think it’s as big as I made it out to be the other day, I am still very excited about it! I alluded to all of the recent changes in my life in that post which have allowed […]

Change is in the Air

I’m bringing my site back to what it was originally intended, a place where I can share my creativity, try new forms of writing, challenge myself to create new works of fiction, and really just focus on life as a creative human being … my life as a writer.

Changing Momentum

Last week’s challenge started off brilliantly. I literally had the best day of my life on Monday. I’m not kidding. It was the best day ever! I felt so happy, so high on adrenaline, so enthusiastic and full of life, and best of all … so damn productive! […]

Day 1: Ask, Believe, Receive

I am doing it! Yesterday I planned my week through Thursday and this morning I am checking things off the list. I woke at 5 am right on schedule, took my vitamins, enjoyed a healthy breakfast of banana steel cut oats with a frozen power fruit blend of […]

A Workweek Challenge

If you have a Fitbit you know about the various challenges they offer. Every week my sister challenges me to the Workweek Hustle to see who can get the most steps over the course of the five day workweek. And every week in recent history I haven’t even […]

My Friday Morning Rampage

I love my life. I love everything about it. I love that I live in a beautiful rural part of the country where I can watch deer grazing, fish leaping, squirrels running, moose lumbering, and birds pecking. I love that I can hear the swoosh of the wind […]

Learning to Fly … Again!

By 2008 I had evolved to a really good place. I was happy and healthy. I loved my work, my family, my home, my friends, my affiliations and life in general. I was strong mentally and emotionally and because I was actively exercising and improving my health I […]