I have so much to be thankful for I hardly know where to begin or end, but instead of forcing my gratitude list down your throat (don’t tempt me, I’ll do it!) I thought I’d unpack some of the myths (a polite word for bullshit) over the years, and throw in some truths… so you can enjoy the real magic of gratitude. Continue reading
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This year has been a real exploration of the depths of feeling love can bring up. Lots of tears. Lots of gratitude. Really difficult, but worth it. When your heart is breaking in a million pieces, that’s when life purpose becomes your life saver. Continue reading
Today is all about gratitude. If you can come up with anything worthy of a little love and appreciation in your life, I invite you to give yourself the gift of gratitude. It’s good for you and the life you want to create. Continue reading
Gratitude Challenge: I think Jacqueline Hadden nominated me a few weeks ago, and I was soooo busy getting married and honeymooning (still am) that I didn’t get around to *formally* participating.
1) Fairy Tale Wedding at Bled Castle — I’m so thankful for my fairytale wedding at Bled Castle, on top of the mountain (official photos and videos coming soon), with the sparkling lake below (and we had sunshine!!!!)… Continue reading
I am floating on gratitude. I LOVE my man. I accomplished everything I wanted to with my money goddesses: each one has a personal and fantabulous Money Honey, a ridiculously wonderful collection of goddess portraits, a community of sister goddesses who have their back, and they’re on their divinely aligned goddess business path. Oh. And I’m in Bali. How wonderful life is! Continue reading
Today I turn 46, and I shot a personal message.
No selling. No promoting. Just speaking from the heart.
Thank you. Continue reading
You are under no obligation to say “thank you” when suffering. And yet it can be comforting to say “thank you” for whatever you can–your talent to heal, your ability to think, speak, move, see, etc. But I think it’s cruel to tell someone in pain that they “should” be grateful for anything. Choose what works for you, darling Continue reading