A few months ago, I learned about Hal Elrod’s philosophy of “Can’t Change it!” He has been through some hellish times and each time he is given bad or difficult news, he gives himself five minutes to react and then he accepts his new normal. Continue reading
When you get caught between the moon and New York City
I grew up in suburbia, with a few years, here and there spent in the country. I have always preferred what I considered ‘city-living’; always stated things like “I am a city girl”. I never really understood just how different living in the city was from suburban life. Continue reading
Yesterday, as I spiraled down my tunnel of self-doubt, I reached out and asked some of my author friends their secrets to actually writing. I received a lot of really good advice, but the key one was ‘just do it’. Continue reading
Still, haven’t found what I’m looking for…
You would think that by now I would know what I want to do with my life. At the very least, I should have some well-defined hobbies. Truth is, I lose interest, quickly, in things that excite me. I’m not entirely sure that I lose interest as much as I get frustrated with trying to figure out what direction I want to go in. Continue reading
I have so many thoughts and ideas that run through my head, it is almost maddening…yet I cannot seem to sit down long enough to get the ideas on paper. I have started two books, I have written and deleted at least a hundred posts, I have no shortage of ideas. So why am I unable to communicate these ideas to others? Continue reading
I have read many articles and books on self-improvement. I have gleaned lots of knowledge, most of which I have either completely forgotten or have filed away for another time. This book is different. It was exactly what I needed to get me going in the right direction.
After finding this book, I got involved with the Facebook Community, which led me to the next book, The Miracle Equation, which I am currently reading. This has been huge for me. I am making changes that I have long thought about but used excuses as to why not to follow-through. I have had the privilege of being part of Hal’s first live training, and most importantly, I feel amazing.
I am starting to understand why it is so hard to change our behavior, and realizing that the only thing that is truly preventing me from having the life I really want, one filled with not only happiness but great health, is me.
It does not matter if you read one book, or a thousand, if you do not apply the information you have learned, you have done nothing but obtain knowledge. I highly encourage you to read this book, and then reread it, and implement the information you learn. There is a 30-day challenge at the end…what do you have to lose?!
What if you do not want to buy the book – okay, start the Miracle Morning “Crash Course“. It is free. You get 2 chapters of the book, there is a video training and audio training. It will get you started.
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I am struggling with the direction I am wanting to move in. I am trying to write a book, and it is extremely overwhelming. I do realize that part of the reason it is so overwhelming, at this point, is because I have never done anything like this. Continue reading
I thought that the loss of my mom was the reason I had no desire to write, and it was to a large degree. Continue reading
A year ago today I said “good-bye” to my mother. At first, I felt like it was not real, like I was walking around in an alternate universe. I felt the pain, but I kept it pushed down. For a few months I thought I had it all under control. That is until I realized that I was sleeping more than normal, and that is saying a lot for me. I would wake up after 10 hours of sleep, have my coffee and be ready to nap. Naps were usually three to five hours long, and I would be ready for bed before 10:00 pm. I started noticing how easily I was crying. Continue reading
and I have had just about all the bliss I can take. Continue reading