Category Archives: Mindset

You Are Capable Of Amazing Things

Night sky, outline of trees, and the words "I have the power to manifest my dreams" in white font against the stars in the sky.

There’s a lot of negativity right now — online, in your social circles, in the news. And all that negativity can erode optimism and drive. You can’t control the things around you; you can only control your response to outside events. Your response determines your outcome. When others are being negative, look for the positive in the situation. Keep taking inspired action to reach your goals. Make an effort to complete one task a day that will inch you closer to whatever you’re trying to achieve.

Believe in yourself. Don’t listen to the naysayers. You have the power to manifest your dreams.

Mid-December Round Up

December has been a crazy month, trying to finish up the last of my orders, while attempting to wrap up business tasks ahead of the end of the year. I’ve abbreviated my morning practice to allow for some much needed sleep — moving my gratitude journaling and affirmations to the end of the day, and using the early morning to write out my main goals, and set intentions for the day.

Image of out of focus lights, with the words, "I am so grateful I have the power to manifest my dreams" written over the image.

More than anything, I’m thankful for new and return customers, and for all of the support of my online community. As this is year is winding down, I’m looking forward to 2022 and new opportunities and possibilities. I think now more than ever I’m ready to pull out all the stops, and get to the next level with my business, and reach all of my personal goals. I’m looking forward to helping others reach their goals as well. 💙

Moving Past Overwhelm

I sat down at my desk today, and where I’ve been organized and chugging along at a good pace lately, this morning I felt anxious, and uncertain where to start. My to-do list(s) are getting longer. Lately I don’t have a lot of easy items, and I keep trying to finish things, only to end up with more action items in addition to what I’m trying to accomplish, while more tasks pile up. So much of the time we get to a place of overwhelm: long to-do lists, work demands, family commitments, outside stressors. The more there is, the more procrastination sets in, and doubt, and then panic. Continue reading