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We’re All Works in Progress

A few weeks ago I was introduced to my new favorite word: Flawsome.

Flawsome (adj.) An individual who embraces their “flaws” and knows they’re awesome regardless.

Most of us are pretty hard on ourselves and tend to focus on what we perceive to be bad, wrong or unwanted more than what’s good, right and wanted.

It doesn’t matter how amazing we already are, how much we have accomplished or how many areas of our lives are wonderful, it’s almost as if we’re hard-wired to dwell on what we perceive to be flaws.

You Don’t Have to See the Whole Staircase

When we think about what we want we can’t help but light up. We become giddy like a kid on Christmas jumping out of bed and racing to see what Santa brought.

When we think about what we want we feel excited, amazing and happy.

What Would You Attempt To Do If You Knew You Could Not Fail?

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I love the story about the man who prayed to God to win the lottery.

Each day this man prayed, “God, please let me win the lottery. Please, God, please let me win the lottery.” This went on for days, weeks then months.

Finally, one day while praying, God answered back.

The Rule of Five to Get to Where You Want to Be

Setting-Intentions

So many people come to me not being where they want to be and feeling frustrated, defeated, depleted and all kinds of negative emotions.

Today, I want to share with you the best (and most easy and relaxed) way I know how to get to where you want to be: The Rule of Five.

10 Daily Musts to be Good to Ourselves

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No matter what’s on our to-do list, the most important thing we can accomplish in any day is being good to ourselves.

This doesn’t mean we have to spend hours at a spa or big bucks on a fancy dinner. (How fantastic though if you can!) I’m talking about simple things we can all do that will make a huge difference in our days and lives.

Trust Something Better’s in Store

On the eve of my birthday I have a tradition of watching the sunset by myself.

Sometimes I journal, take inventory of the past year and set goals. Other times, I simply watch the sun fall and say goodbye to the year.

I always do it somewhere with a spectacular view and I always take a picture.