For those with flexible minds!

These are my thoughts of love and light! I hope you enjoy them!

Tuesday, October 25, 2016


It has been quite a while since I have posted here. Having 2 children in 2 yrs has kept me extremely busy. After several years of diaper changes, breastfeeding, sleepless nights and everything else- I have found a few moments to jot down some words.  
I am a mom. A title I wasn't sure I would ever bear. But here I am a mom of 2. Before having my children I was very confident in myself, my beliefs and how to go about my days. Once the kids came along I found myself in a ball of confusion & uncertainty. Parenthood is hard but motherhood is harder. Our hormones go through tennis matches daily from the second we become pregnant. Our bodies change unrecognizably! My first born was 10 pounds 5 ounces. My second was estimated to be just as big....I am 5 feet tall, never more than 120 pounds, how do you think my body handled that! The physical changes are drastic and reality even more! These 2 souls are now part of my every breathe. Beautiful right? And terrifying at the same time! I can not fuck up! I can not have an 'off' day! Do you know what kind of pressure that is?! It sucks! 
I am re-teaching myself to let go. To accept and let go. As my husband says, "keep it simple" stop trying too hard and overcomplicating! I have a tendency to do this because I want the best for my kids. Every parent wants the best and we can literally drive ourselves crazy trying to achieve that!
To all you parents out there: I feel you, I get it! And to all you moms out there: I KNOW! I UNDERSTAND! 

Now that the children are older-our youngest will be 2 in December. I have started to take care of me again. I make time to exercise, read, write and do all the things that make me happy and make me feel like me again. These things also help me be a better mom and wife. 
Setting yourself aside is difficult when its constant. I can feel myself get frustrated inside when its becoming too much. Important to do something before you feel you want to explode. 
Being a mom is a tough job. Hardest thing I've ever had to do. I hate disciplining, correcting and constantly having to hear my voice saying this or that. But we are raising human beings- we were chosen to do this job so we must give it our 1000%! 

I am learning so much on this journey and I hope and pray I am doing a good job! For all moms out there know that you are never alone. There are plenty of us who feel, think and do the very same as you. So on the days you fed your kids hot dogs & chips and you feel like the biggest failure....remind yourself that you did amazing the other 360 days this year and go do something for you.

My next me task is setting up a vision board. Been 4 yrs since I had one up. What are you going to do for yourself today?

Friday, October 18, 2013

What My 6 week old taught me

At 37 I became a first time mom! A true blessing indeed!
Such tiny beings bring with them such great teachings! Here is some of what my son has taught me so far:
-Learn to listen to your gut and trust your instinct! You are right 99.9% of the time!
-Patience is without a doubt a major necessity! Learn to practice it!
-Love heals, nurtures and is undoubtably felt without saying one word.
-Life is truly a gift and a miracle! We must remember to give thanks for it!
-Count your blessings everyday!
Pretty smart for someone only a few weeks old;)!

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Count Your Blessings Before They Hatch!

Easiest way to get out of a slump is to think about all the wonderful things you have right now in your life you can be grateful for. If you do so, especially if you take the time to write them down, you will find yourself feeling better rather quickly. Not to mention that by doing such a simple activity you open up the door to receiving more good from this ever giving universe.
Why not give thanks for the things that are yet to arrive? Yes! As though you already had them. Have you ever tried? Why not make it part of your thinking for the next month or so and see what unfolds?
Yes! I say count your blessings before they hatch ;) !

Tuesday, July 30, 2013

Your Monsters

We humans can easily lose control as easily as we can become control freaks. We have a super tool, the mind. If we could learn to use this tool wisely/properly, we could create wonderful things for ourselves and those around us. Literally create a world we love living in. On the other hand we can also use it to create the scariest, most fearful, panicky life we could ever imagine. The difference lays in the choices we make each and every second of each minute, of each hour, of each day.

Your thoughts, do you filter them and look at where they are coming from and why? You do realize that your thoughts become your reactions and actions which in turn become your reality right?

If we go to the basis of our thinking. If we pay attention there and begin in that space, to transform, adjust and rearrange- we can literally transform our life.

Next time you are complaining about life, take a look inside and revert back to the initial thoughts that started that pattern and switch it!

If our life sucks, then we are doing plenty to help it suck. It is up to us to deal with our monsters.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

What sound are you sending out?

If  people could use as much of their time and energy to dream instead of using it to complain, they would have an easier time attracting what they truly want present in their lives.

Oh yes, I know we all love to start stirring the pot about this and that and go on and on about all the things that are 'wrong' with this and that. But doing this attracts more of the exact things we complain about, even though we may feel it's harmless.

What we say, resonates a 'sound' into the universe and that 'sounds' goes out to call upon similar 'sounding' things and those things come rushing into our reality.

What sound are you sending out?