I'm currently in Maryland and staying with a friend just north of DC to explore the area. I recently learned that sometimes you just have to change your plans. Watch the video to learn more.
I don't think it's natural for people to be with each other 24 hours a day which is what my 13 year old son and I have been doing for almost 4 months. So we've decided to make a HUGE change of plans.
He is flying home to Houston for a couple weeks which frees me up to hang out with friends and my spiritual peeps. I'm super excited!
The lesson for today is that yes, we make plans, but we also get to be fluid. Life is plastic. If you open up to other possibilities and aren't so stringent about where you have to be, you get to experience so much more.
I now get to join a friend who's officiating a wedding. I'm also going to a workshop to study dragons. I get to learn something new, and it's exciting.
So when things are...
I had the honor to go visit Walden Pond outside of Concord, Massachusetts. This is where Thoreau stayed for 2 years, 2 months and 2 days to write his book Walden. This book is his life of contemplation of connecting to nature and showing the importance of truly who we are. Watch the video to learn more.
Today, I feel blessed. I got to walk the pond and meditate with the chipmunks and squirrels. It was absolutely fantastic! I also got to see his 10 x 15 square foot home.
So what do you want to contemplate today?
How can you cherish and love nature? What can you do for the Earth to show that you love it?
P.S.- I'm so excited because Noland and I just drove 2.5 hours just to go to the Ben and Jerry's factory tour. That's 5 hours of driving just for this 30 minute tour. But this place is amazing! I'm so excited to be here!
Henry Ford also said, "Whether you think you can or you think you can't, you're right."
Recently, I was in Dearborn, Michigan at the Henry Ford Museum. Here are some awesome inspirations that I got while I was there. Watch the video to learn more.
There are a few things I know I CAN do. I know I can drive this RV all over the country. I know I can also choose to change my mindset.
There are a lot of things we CAN do. Sometimes, we just need to give ourselves more credit.
What is something you can choose to do today?
This morning I realized I never told you my black tank poop story. It's a good one. Watch the video to learn more.
I had to dump my black tank for the very first time, which is where all the poop and pee is stored. I took it to a Flying J. because they have dump stations. What I didn't realize is there are four little pegs to match up on your hose, not three. I only did three, and I opened up the tank.
Everything came spilling out. It went all into my gloves and was completely disgusting!
So what's the point of the story? Sometimes we get poop on our hands. It's disgusting, but we learn from it. We promise ourselves to do it differently next time.
As my mama always said, "You repeat a lesson until it's learned." What is a lesson you have recently learned? Share it with me on Facebook.
Today, I'm so excited to introduce you to Laura Petrie of The Art Farm Women's Retreat in Paducah, KY, and show you the barn that she designed herself. Laura is truly someone who knows about creating with a passion. Watch the video to learn more.
She also has cottages and yurts on the land that you can stay in. But this is a creative space for women to come and use different kinds of mediums to create art that they love to make a life that they love, and to camp out and have a really good time.
She created her amazing barn from the foundation up. This is just a little bit of the land that women get to experience while they're here.
She created the lesbian film festival known as Cinema Systers Film Festival. Then, she took it one step further and decided to make it a women's retreat. The land is now open for women to camp, RV, and enjoy nature.
I asked her, "So why do you feel like it's your calling to do this for women?"
Her value of...
How much is too much? I do say that anything is possible, and we can manifest everything that we would love to come into our lives. But it does take work. Watch the video to learn more.
You're given intuitive pulls, and then you decide where you're going to take them.
This is what I've learned on this trip. I'm wanting to pack it all in. There are so many things to do in the United States that it's not going to happen. So I really had to pare it down and decide what was most important.
What are my priorities? What do I want to spend the most percentage of my time doing?
So when you're going through your day and you're feeling scattered because too much is going on, think about how are you prioritizing things in your life. Think about how much time you are giving to what you...
Today I want to talk about slowing down and divine intervention. Watch this video to learn more.
If you've been watching my blog, then you know I was supposed to be leaving Lubbock on Sunday to head to the wolf sanctuary in Colorado, but my truck had to be put in the shop. The part that is needed to fix my truck is on backorder, and it still hasn't come in. So I've decided to take off.
I could have left this morning at 6 AM, but divine intervention happened. My best friend from junior high, Tiffany, reached out and asked if I was going to be in Lubbock. She doesn't live here, so I decided not to leave today. I am waiting until tomorrow so I can see my oldest friend. This also means that I get to see my favorite aunt and uncle.
Let this be a lesson to us to slow down. Don't be in a hurry. There is such a thing as divine intervention.
When we get in a hurry, we don't think clearly. There's probably something going on that we need...
Welcome to my closet. Last week, I talked about how when you clear out, it makes space for more to come in. I've been working on clearing out my cloths, and letting go of the attachment to material things that I often don't use or need.
I'm moving into an RV and that space is small. So I'm giving myself the opportunity to make room for more wonderful things in my life. What I have cleared out of this closet is just the beginning.
It's been a process that has taken several weeks. I do a little bit, take a break, and then come back and do a little bit more. You don't have to do it all in one day. What can you release today so you can bring even more abundance into your life?