Insightful Reflection


“Life is like a river. With all its bends and rapid falls, one must follow the right path or you’ll lose your way to the sea.” – Albert Einstein

I have been through quite a bit of trauma in my life and have always viewed it as life’s tests. I choose to not believe that there is something bigger out there that causes harm, so instead, I view all troubles as a test of how you are going to handle it.

I have also always viewed rivers as beautiful, yet unpredictable. They can be calm and soothing. They can be fierce and intimidating. They can be still. They can be violent. They can love. They can hurt. So on and so forth. But, at the end of the day, the unpredictability follows the river’s path and ends in something that is much bigger than itself (ocean, lake, etc). The parts that do not follow the river’s path, end up stagnant, with nowhere to go.

Life is the same way. It can be beautiful, yet unpredictable. All of the same things apply. And the end result is the exact same. If we follow the path that we are intended to follow, we end up with something much bigger than ourselves, depending on the belief system. For me, this is enlightenment/awakening. Crossing over the bridge after death. Living an afterlife in paradise. For some, it could be heaven. For some it could be another life. The point is, we must follow on our true path of authenticity in order to find the sea at the end.


Impact and Empower, Creatively

The last month has been quite rough. I have so many goals that came to a screeching halt with a car accident that left me pretty banged up. Anyway, I was working on an exercise to build my mission statement. The second I had it created, intuitively, I fell in love. I have decided to create a program surrounding it at some point soon.

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Anyway, I am working on adding more services. Personal Coaching, Business Coaching, Oracle and Tarot Readings, Toe Reading, Aromatherapy, Holistic Nutrition, Health and Wellness Coaching, etc. Tons and tons of plans for 2018. There are 2 new groups created on Facebook: Holistic Healing Through Soulful Creativity and Nutrition and Mindful Eating for Long Term Health and Weight Release. Feel free to join both! We are just starting out but the more the merrier!

I think that I have also decided to add my journey to my blog as well. I will have separate folders for each post for easier searching, but I think that this is what is best for me and this journey. It makes me hold myself accountable and create better habits to make this blog an everyday thing. Plus, I’m sure that people would like to know who they’re talking to!

Haha. Anyway. That is all for tonight. Join the groups! Share them! They’ll be AMAZING!

New Beginning Belief System


My powerful words for 2018 are empowerment and intentional. 2018 is going to be a year of self discovery and spiritual awakening. I plan to document everything and at the end of the day I hope to empower people all over to be the very best that they can be, in all aspects of life. I am taking back my power and my life. I am taking back my control. And everything that I do will be done consciously and on purpose.

Now, this isn’t to say that I won’t make mistakes. I’m sure that I will make plenty of them. What this does mean is that I will not mistakenly hand over my power, confidence, or control to anyone for any reason. I am going to live my life the best way that I can, for me and as I see fit.

Tonight, my husband and I were talking (more like I was talking and he was pretending to listen) and the topic of beliefs had gotten brought up. I told him that just because we were taught to believe one thing when we were growing up, does NOT mean that it is the right thing or the only way. We must evaluate our beliefs, as adults, and change what needs to be changed in order to better serve ourselves and live our lives with intent.

More often than not, as adults, we do things because we don’t know any other way of doing it. Parenting our children comes from the way we were raised and parented. Choices we make are based on what we were taught to believe. We were pretty much programmed into the life that we live. And the reason for this is simple…

…our parents did the exact same thing that their parents did. Skate through life on belief systems that someone else taught us and told us was right. And we are now doing the same thing.


…we are skating through life on belief systems that someone else taught us and told us was right.

So just because someone said something was right makes it truth?

Hold on.

Back up.

No. No. No. No. No.

What happened to US? What happened to individuality? What happened to being our own person and living our own life and thinking for ourselves? Why do our parents values (or lack thereof) have to become ours? What if we wanted to be productive and organized but our parents completely sucked at it and felt that life should be lived by flying by the seat of our pants? What if we want to be truth seekers but our parents follow whatever the “norm” is at the time? What if we want to be spiritual but our parents view spirituality as a hoax or a sin? What if we want to be authors but our parents looked at that as merely a dream? What if we want to be our own person but our parents are living their life vicariously through us?

Bet ya never thought of that, eh? Nope. Why not? Because we were programmed to believe that these things just are. That we are the way we are because it’s in the blood. That we are not allowed to do or believe certain things because they aren’t right.

I’m sure we can all think of things that fit in each of those categories.

Well, I can tell ya right now that if I lived my life by what was in my blood line, I’d probably be either in prison on in a casket. I choose better for myself.

We have 10 days before the new year starts. I invite everyone to build their own belief system before 2018 begins. Since there are 10 days left, I’m going to choose 10 areas of life that deserve its very own belief system. Each day, we will write out what we were raised to believe on the front of one page and then what we want to believe on the back of that page. Good, bad, or indifferent. This activity takes a lot of digging and a lot of honesty, but I promise that in the end, you will truly thank yourself. I’ll even do it with you!

Day 1 – Marriage (as a whole)
Day 2 – Husband
Day 3 – Wife
Day 4 – Mother
Day 5 – Father
Day 6 – Employee
Day 7 – Employer
Day 8 – Friend
Day 9 – Member of Society
Day 10 – Yourself (as an individual)

Remember, some days have the opposite role. That is ok. Write out what you were shown as a child to believe and what you want to believe as an adult. If you are a wife, you still need a belief system on what a husband is and what a husband is not. And vice versa.

I will post mine each day and then on January 1, I will reveal what the next step is in changing your mindset and walking your own truth.

Love & Light


What If?


The most powerful question you could ever ask yourself is “what if?.” Too many people view this as a negative. “Why worry about the what ifs when the what ifs aren’t here?”


What if you could change the world?
What if you could change your life?
What if you could gain more ___________ for yourself?
What if you miss that opportunity?
What if you don’t try?

We should always ask ourselves “what if?” with everything that we do. Always.

You’ll never ever ever know where that “what if?” could possibly take you if you never ask.

I wholeheartedly encourage you to ask yourself “what if?” when it comes to anything and everything for the next week. And then record the results. How did it make you feel? Did any doors open? Did any doors close that needed to close? Reflect on the results, list your new goals, envision those new goals, and then ask yourself “what if?” one more time.

Until next time…

Just BE yourself.


A phrase that I have been on a lot lately is “just BE yourself.” Be your true authentic self. and JUST BE. I struggle with this quite often.

You see, a lot of times we stroll through life looking for validation, justification, acceptance, confirmation, etc. Why? Why do we do these things to ourselves? There will always be critics. There will always be people that do not agree with us. There will always be people that do not like us. There is nothing that we can or will ever do that will make this any different.

Plus, it just isn’t any of our business what other people think or feel. That is their business and theirs alone.

We can only do us. What we think or feel is our business. That’s it. Just us. So why continue to go through life looking toward others for validation and acceptance? Why don’t we just validate and accept ourselves? Why don’t we pay no mind to other people’s business?

I invite you to make a list of everything that you like about yourself that you fear other people do not like or agree with. I also invite you to make a list about everything you dislike about yourself because society (or even someone close to you) has taught you that it isn’t acceptable or “the norm.”

And then I invite you to make a list of all of the reasons why.

And I will see you back here tomorrow for the next step!