Simplify Your Kitchen : Declutter your Dishes


Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome…I would never believe there could be such a thing until l experiencing the symptoms. I’m been dealing with this for a little over a year now. I just always thought there was something wrong with me because I was always tired, ALWAYS. No matter how much I slept or tried to relax and have down days. Not to mention that I’ve been an emotional wreck because of this for the longest time.So what am I going to do?? I’m going to beat this thing! I’m tired of being sick and tired…I’m looking at a number of things, some of them include changing my diet, meditating and a few other things. I’ll be documenting as I go along to track progress for benefits and set backs. 

I am prepared and ready to kick this thing in the butt and move on with my life.

Creating Your Future: Writing Your Affirmation Letter


There are many times in my life when change is needed – and when I get the urge to make the bigger, scary, challenging changes – then this tip always come into practise 🙂

Writing is a very powerful tool – it helps release/create our truth and grounds us. It also helps to clarify our thoughts/inspirations, so we are not holding them within – which can have a counteracting effect by becoming confusing!

How to create this affirmation letter?

Affirmations are very positive as they re-wire your thought patterns and break through fears, which may have been stopping you from going for what you want.

When you write an affirmation letter, you are basically writing as if you are in the future and explaining what you have in your newer version of your life.

Let’s get started!

First, let’s do a visualisation meditation. Sit in a quiet place and let…

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8 Real and Powerful Ways to Motivate Yourself!

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What if our motivation was automated? What if no mater how tired, frustrated or depleted we are; we can find a way to make it happen.

How can we create systems to achieve what we want, give what we want and become who we want.

Here are 8 real and powerful ways to motivate yourself!

It’s not all about you

Help motivate someone else. Reach out to people through email, Facebook , phone or face to face. Listen closely to someone. Odds are they will bring up something they are struggling to do or get through. Give them some time, words and energy that will help them push through it.

Position yourself to win

Set yourself up for success. What are 2-3 small victories you can accomplish right now to build momentum? What is something really small, but deeply meaningful?Always focus on your outcome. When things start to appear thick…

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Happy New Year 2014!

Is it the new year already?!?! Where did the time go??? It’s been a while since I posted, I’ve been so busy with family and starting my business that the time has literally escaped from me. Well, I’m back on track and looking forward to 2014.

I hope you all had an amazing Holiday season with family and loved ones, after all, that’s what it’s all about in the end.

I’m finally getting the chance to get back on track with my weight loss and financial journey. I’ll be posting goals and updates shortly. So many changes will be made for me in the coming weeks and months and I’m really happy to be going in this new direction.

Wishing you all the best that 2014 has to offer…stay tuned!

Does Money Really Make You Happy?

This is a question that I ponder often. I think about how my life would be different if I had more money and how it will change when I do. Sure, money can fix many temporary things such as paying overdue bills, or get housing but after that is all said and done, is there still some sort of happiness?

If you’re not happy to begin with how is having money going to make you happy?

Through the different journeys in my life I’ve learned to find happiness in whatever situation I am in. I’m not saying I always do, there are some situations that are so difficult that you just can’t shake it. However, I’ve learned to make the best of things in all my situations.

Sure, having more money will make me a little happier, but it’s not the primary object that determines my happiness.

Learning to live in the moment…