5 Power-Packed Ways to BE Extraordinary NOW!

5 Power-Packed Ways to BE Extraordinary NOWIn a perfectly ordinary day “the extraordinary” happens every time. BE The Extraordinary NOW. ~Z

We are each extraordinary in our own special way! We are…we really are!

When we become open to our own extraordinary abilities and embrace them, we will have reignited that powerhouse within our-self to become the best and happiest versions of our-self.

But HOW?? hmm…that is the question that has been asked a million times over..by extraordinary people in hiding. Continue reading “5 Power-Packed Ways to BE Extraordinary NOW!”

Simplify and Forgive Yourself for True Emotional Healing

Simplify and Forgive Yourself for True Emotional Healing“Healing takes courage, and we all have courage, even if we have to dig a little to find it.” ~ Tori Amos 

I am not one of those people who plan their every move. I just cant live that way. I prefer going with the flow or rather going with my heart.

In doing so, sometimes I make mistakes.

I never said I was perfect, nor do I aspire to be perfect.

But, somehow we have all been hardwired to be that way.. isn’t it?

From the time you think you start to understand or comprehend life, we are fed the perfectionism myth. The perfect look, the perfect body, the perfect scores in academics, the perfect set of friends. …Anything remotely less than perfect is just not acceptable.

I grew up in a time when if you didn’t have the right look, the perfect high marks in academics, you were considered a lost cause. Its only when I grew up {Ok maybe I do refuse to still actually grow up ;) } , did I realize that Its not how much you score, or how perfect everything in you or around you is that matters…. What matters is just already right there…its our own true self. IN fulfilling the qualms of society and its perfectionism attitude we do often forget what we truly are. We are living lives we are supposed to, but not lives we want to. Continue reading “Simplify and Forgive Yourself for True Emotional Healing”

The Acquisition Trap:Less is More

Think of a person who associates the acquisition of jewelry with pleasure. She loves it all – rings, necklaces, and bracelets. She has a large jewelry collection, but she never seems to wear much of it. Many of it is crammed into the back of her closet drawers or stuffed into cloth/silk baggies and lost in the bottom of her closet, where they’ll probably never see the light of day again. Continue reading “The Acquisition Trap:Less is More”