Gratitude. You’ve seen it posted on social media about a thousand times. Heard it from the mouths of spiritual gurus alike. Heck, you might have even spoken it yourself. Statements such as “I should be grateful for my job. Some people don’t have one.” – “I should be grateful for the car I drive. Some … More What is this Attitude of Gratitude anyways?
Life is never a straight line. There are lessons to be learned and insights to be gained. We stumble. We fall. It’s life. What matters is what you do when you’re down. Trust that when you fall, there is something meant for you to see. And once you see it, grab hold tight, as it … More We stumble, we fall, we fly.
Writing has brought me new insights not only in the realm of the literary world, but in my world as well. I have become acutely aware of how I live my life- how I write my story. Every comma, every period, and every exclamation point makes a statement about what will happen next. When a … More Write your own story
Have you ever heard of the phrase, “Change your thoughts, change your life” ? Easier said than done, right? We know that having a positive mindset and joyful thoughts are the keys to accessing the abundance of whatever it is we desire; Success, love, happiness, health. But why is it so difficult to change our … More Is it true? Three magical words that will change how you think.
Everything we want is available and accessible to us. By simply holding the thought and matching your vibration to that thought, an abundance of manifestation begins. Joy is the gateway to all of which is available. It’s one if the highest vibrations. Set your station to Joy and watch it unfold. -MR xo “It’s not … More Set your station to JOY
After such a long and dreadful winter – everyone has had their sights set on the beauty of spring. Literally. Take a walk outside and look up. What do you see? Sunshine, budding trees, chirping birds? Now, look down. What do you see? Mud puddles, rotting leaves, yellow grass? Interesting isn’t it? Depending on … More Shift your perspective
As a child, I used to love acrobatics and dance. Next to music, using my body to dance, stretch and twirl made me feel good. It was fun, playful and expressive. Yet, as I got older, it was like I somehow forgot and as life got busier, being playful and having fun were pushed to … More Upside down – a new perspective