I am a self-proclaimed expert in the art of self-love and self-care. I have gone from abusing myself in many ways to falling madly in love with myself on so many levels. Self-love is such a personal thing that it is almost impossible for me to tell someone exactly how to love themselves, however, I… Continue reading Ways to Honor Yourself
"Every day we are born again" - Buddha Over time and by creating daily KeyStone Habits you can learn to transform your life into the one you deserve. For this, I like to use the term - stepping stones. Every little step you take brings you one step closer to your new and healthy life. With stepping… Continue reading How do you start your day?
But I am putting them into practice now! So, better late than not at all. I could share a long story about why these are critical exercises but I don't feel that is necessary. We all have our story and my hope here is to provide guidance to those who need it. So here we go.... Embrace… Continue reading Things I wish I did years ago…
Life is busy. Let's face it, managing home, work, and family obligations is overwhelming and feels endless. We tirelessly manage to get through the day by ticking the boxes of our "to do" list until we eventually crawl into bed only to do it all over again the next day. This type of lifestyle can… Continue reading Grounding exercises to ease anxiety and the stress of daily life
I read a fabulous post on one of my favorite online yogi and mindfulness publications -The Elephant Journal. It was about rejection and how much we fear it. It is so true, we hang on to things that are bad for us, out of fear. We don't go after the things we want because of… Continue reading 7 days of rejection challenge
Via Daily Post: Premature I know this may be a bit premature but I think I am in love. His name is Luke and he is beautiful. Soft blonde hair, brown eyes and he has the most beautiful and kindest soul. I never thought I could love again, but sure enough...the Universe brought me Luke.… Continue reading Daily Post: Premature
Via Daily Post: Skewed Maybe I am a bit skewed and that is quite alright in my opinion. Being skewed is not a bad thing when you have been through hell and back. It gives me the ability to be vigilant and have heightened awareness so that I never go back to a situation such… Continue reading Daily Post: Skewed
I read a fantastic article the other day that really resonated with me. The writer was referencing how a lot of us have a difficult time living in the calm, therefore we [subconsciously] create our own drama just so we feel something. Sometimes, life can be too calm and in that calmness, for those of who… Continue reading Learning to live in the calm
via daily post: Tantrum Ahhh, this word immediately brought me back to my ex-husband and his behavioral issues. I would tell him, deep down you truly are a 9 year old and I would always refer to his outbursts as "tantrums". Ever seen a grown man throw a tantrum? its awful. There really is nothing… Continue reading Daily Post: Tantrum
Your purpose in life can be as simple or as complicated as you require it to be. You don't need to aspire to be Beyonce or the Dahli Lama to have a meaningful life purpose. The only thing you need it to do is fulfill yourself on all levels but mostly your soul level. Your… Continue reading Journey to Discovering Your Purpose
We have all dated that person, the one that is never quite ready for a commitment (with you). They drive you to the brink of insanity and then pull you back in igniting passion that you never knew you had inside you. They keep you on your toes, waiting with baited breath for every text,… Continue reading What if you are the emotionally unavailable one?