The best investment you'll ever make in this lifetime, is to invest in yourself. If you want to live a rich and happy life, it begins within you. It can be as simple as taking a nap or as complex as learning a new language. Here's 10 ways to invest
I've gathered a list of the Top 50 best inspirational books for women. These non-religious books offer encouragement, empowerment, joy, and self love. Nothing can touch your soul like a powerful book. Every woman deserves some "me-time" and these books offer just that! You can get all these on Amazon at
As a busy woman, I find my moments of "Me Time" to be few and far between. One of my goals this year was to dedicate more time to myself. I find it difficult to do when I have mountains of responsibility at home and in my career. I'm sure
Last week, I told you about my new found inspiration to declutter my life physically, mentally, and emotionally. I'll admit, this Declutter Challenge hasn't been easy. The first few days I went through a series of ups and downs. The good news is that I've finally found my groove. It just took a
Inspiration is the first step toward decluttering your life and hopefully that inspiration comes from this post. I want to tell you all about the steps I'm taking to declutter every aspect of my life and how you can too!
My life is a constant river of reflection. Not a day passes without me reflecting on the day before. I think of situations I could have handled better and I acknowledge those that I managed well. I do all that I can to nourish every ounce of my being. A strong mind, body, & spirit
Empathy. It's something that our world lacks. It's something that children need to understand at a very young age. Empathy could would save the entire world. I was born an empath. I've always called it a blessing and a curse because it's almost as if I have no control over my own emotions. I've lived my life feeling like an outcast because of my empathy, being stigmatized as an emotional woman. Empathy is so much more than being emotional, though.
I just finished watching one of the most inspiring, honest documentaries I've ever seen. Life, Animated is about a boy with autism that couldn't speak, but found a way to communicate through animated Disney films.
It took me an incredibly long time to climb out of a hole that I dug for myself when I let others define my self worth. Sometimes changing your life means taking things one step at a time. I think it's important to work on yourself from the inside out.
"I am easy to forget" is 1 of 5 phrases that I say to myself daily. I am self-destructive and I am finally finding out what I should be telling myself. Read all of my phrases and find out if you are self-destructive too. What phrases to you say to yourself daily and what should you be saying instead?