I choose to and only see the positive in everything, and I am grateful it stems from my amazing grandmother who recently passed away at 101 years old. Also my mother trusts her gut and goes with the flow, and I am so blessed to have that same 100% trust. Today I was scheduled to chaperone a trip, and then it got postponed, so I had time to babysit for the cutest nephew in town, take a Yoga class, agree to Doula a client for the second time around, and pick up my little guy from camp because he was upset. He told me that his favorite counselor was leaving today, and he was crying and very sad, I am so happy I was close by.
I found this article interesting about habits of millionaires, and some of them are just basic healthy everyday things, https://jewishhomela.com/2017/07/20/torah-musings-ten-habits-of-self-made-millionaires-torah-in-disguise/. My confidence comes from a wonderful family, supporting yet independent upbringing, as well as truly knowing, trusting, and never doubting myself. Sure I make mistakes, but I own up to them, face them head on, and move forward. It feels so good to know what I want and especially what I do not want.
Success feels good.
Doing what your love feels good.
People loving what you do feels good.
Being 100% your true self feels good,
Gratitude to all the blessings in our lives keeps us present, balanced, and happy.
Below is an amazing man, asking mind blowing question, and the answers are divine.
If you could go back to your younger self and give him/ her one piece of advice, what would it be?
-Stop putting up with so much abuse and thinking you deserve it.
-Be the best you can be, try your best to do the right thing and be a good person, if people don’t like you for being you it’s their problem, not yours.
House of Reiki