Have you ever said “I wish I would have ____” (fill in the blank)? My Mom and I would scrapbook together. She’d tell me family stories of relatives long passed and show me pictures of them. I wish I would have written those stories down or recorded them. I did build a family tree and I do have warm memories of spending scrapbook time with my Mom.
Let's learn from our mistakes and the "I wish I would haves" in life, they are there to teach and remind us. Start becoming aware of the “I wish” times, find ways to learn from them and do the wishes we can.
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Mom’s Alzheimer’s was progressing and it was rare she was with us. Then one day I could see a spark of Mom life in her eyes come alive. She spoke with clarity to me and then the light left. This was the last Mother, Daughter moment with her as she was before Alzheimer’s took over. I’m thankful for this last glimpse of my Mom.
We never know what is coming, embrace the moments and gifts of others.
Often we put others before ourselves. Let’s give ourselves the gift of self-care & self-love. What’s one self-care, self-love thing you can do for yourself this coming week?
It’s awesome to have special people in our lives. Think about some people you are grateful for and why.
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This guide explore ways to dial down turmoil, explore options and start moving forward, empowering women to greater confidence and joy.
Take a breath in and out, Tap on side of hand - Karate chop point
Say this 2 times out loud: Even though I feel emotional turmoil, I love and accept myself as I am
Say this 1 time out loud: Even though I feel emotional turmoil, I choose to let it flow out of my body and love & accept myself as I am
Tap on each round point and say This emotional turmoil and take a breath and move to the next round point until you’ve tapped on all of them
Alternate between phrases below while tapping on each round point. Remember to take a breath in and out before moving to the next point, tap on the top of the head and say out loud the first reminder phrase, take a breath, move to inner eye brow, tap on it and say second reminder phrase. Continue alternating phrases and tapping through all the round points:
This emotional turmoil
Choosing to let it flow out of my body and peace and joy are flowing in
Take a few deep breathes. If you feel the need to do more rounds of tapping repeat until you feel better.
Way to go on tapping!
When we are going through difficult times or just need time with a friend or family member reach out.
My Hubby was away and I reached out to my brother to hang out, he made sure to set time a side to come have lunch with me. We had an awesome time!
I am excited to share a picture of a book cover I'm creating for a book I’ve been writing and will publish this year. It’s exciting to see it come together and be closer to publishing!
It’s National Relaxation Day, take some time to:
When you were young what did you want to be?
Even when I was young, I wanted to assist people, by being a nurse.
Let's pursue our dreams, we can do it!
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Her book: 10 Simple Things You Can Do Now To Profoundly Change the World, is a great read. It's about changing the world by changing ourselves.
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Relaxation is a key to epic joy. Here are somethings I do to relax:
Look For Awesome Bliss – 3 Tips for more awesome bliss
Tapping & Breathing
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