All in Transformation

Drama Queen.

I was once labeled a drama queen. Okay, if I’m being honest, it was more than once - and not in the queen-who-wears-the-crown-because-she-was-voted-on kind of way. In college, an acquaintance bluntly told me I loved drama. I was literally appalled.

Be Present.

By constantly being in your head you miss out on the here and now. You lose out on the precious moments you’ve been given today. So, how do you remain present when you’re busy working, carpooling, and planning for the future? Here are 6 ways to get out of your head and come back to the present moment. 

Tidying Up.

Marie Kondo has become the organizational guru with the launch of her new Netflix series. So I jumped on the bandwagon this past week to see what all the hype was about. I immediately loved this show not only because I purged everything when I chose to travel the world and it felt SO freeing, but also because it brings about 4 important points for living the life you crave.

Manifesting.

As an avid visionary, I know firsthand the power of writing goals, envisioning your future and taking daily/weekly/monthly steps to get there. I love to use my imagination. It’s vivid, wild, and so easily accessible to me, which is why vision boards are my jam. It’s almost laughable when I look back and realize that EVER. SINGLE. THING. on my boards has come to fruition in one way or another. 

Simply Me.

Over two years ago, I found myself stuck. I’d been divorced over a year and still couldn’t find my way in this new world. I distinctly remember NOT remembering who I was anymore. I’d been part of a “we” for so long that I didn’t remember what it was like to be ME. Simply me. 

The Real Gift.

To me, the Christmas season is the most wonderful time of year. As I sit here, I’ve got a fire roaring in the fireplace where my stockings are neatly hung, and the smell of balsam fir lingers in the air as the lights on my tree twinkle at me. It’s blissful. Why then, did this season previously give me so much anxiety?