What are we imitating?

I asked my tribe to share with me what was going on with them this past week. Through the responses that I got back, I made some amazing connections to people that are on my email list, that I had never had the honor of actually meeting.

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Who’s truth are you speaking?

As we walk our path in life as women and mothers, there is always something that pushes us to growing, evolving, learning and connecting. Through these experience hopefully we are learning more of who WE are authentically and what we truly desire in our lives. But sometimes on the journey we begin to speak someone else’s truth. This is fine to do while we are learning about something, but we need to consistently reflect to make sure that it is in true alignment with our own authentic vision for ourselves.

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Is your world filled with Magical wonder?

Magical Monday!
The Mundane to Magical card for the week is Explore!
Take time to explore what nature and life have to offer. Step into life with an open heart, really seeing all the beauty and wonder there is to explore. An open heart, an open mind and a willing spirit will take any mundane experience and transform it into a magical awakening.

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Speaking from the Heart

Do you ever feel like
* no matter how much you try to take care of yourself
* put into practice the things you see in others blogs and Facebook posts
change your life for the better
You feel stuck?

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Allowing life to happen…

This time of year, seems to create lots of hustle and bustle. I went to the mall for the first time in 8 years and found myself feeling overwhelmed and wanting to run. But then I looked at my children. It was so exciting for them! My mom bought my daughter an outfit for her birthday present and she ran around the store so excited to have something that she got to pick out! The simplicity of the moment got to me. It doesn’t matter where you are as long as you create the simplicity, peace and joy in the moment.

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‘Tis the season to Encourage!

Throughout this week as I have been preparing for the Thriving through the holiday Workshop, I have had this word on my mind a lot. How do I encourage the women in my tribe, without adding any guilt, judgment or the feeling of having to add more to their already full plate?

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