Short little post to say hello; I am back; sorry I have been gone… I am getting inspired again
Spent the day “organizing” my life and figuring out ways to be more productive and live my best life ever. Got a little prompt to get back into writing when I decided to visit Zen Habits today. This post about writing daily made my heart sing.
I have started doing daily meditations again and I am thoroughly enjoying the results. I feel more calm, relaxed and focused. I also feel so much more connected and FULL (of joy, love, etc). It is absolutely fabulous!! I have missed it SO MUCH!! Not even sure how I began forgetting to do it.
Ever since I started doing it more religiously, I have been seeing a lot of my favorite spiritual numbers – synchronicity EVERYWHERE- and it has reminded me how tapped in, tuned in and turned on I have been. I cannot even begin to describe the winks from The Universe I have been seeing and how open I am to receiving them.
I continue to remind myself that one of the things I would like to do more often is write (especially here) and get back into doing some arts and crafts. I need some creative outlets to focus all this creative energy that has been building up. I am thinking about taking a drawing or painting class or maybe even get into sewing. I would love to find something I can do one night a week to let my creative juices flow.
I have been reading and watching a lot of things that inspire me. For example, I am loving most of the projects that Oprah has been working on such as Super Soul Sunday’s on OWN. So much good stuff going on there!! I also love her Master Class program and Lifeclass of course!!
I have also been reading books and articles that The Universe have been bringing to me based on what I have been meditating on. I will be sure to start writing reviews more often of them.
And to end this unorganized post… Here are a couple things that I have been enjoying lately:
♥ Leonie’s Business Goddess E-Course
♥ Jenny Blake’s How Can I Love My Fear
♥ Gala Darling’s Things I Love Thursday
Thank you SO MUCH for visiting my website, subscribing to my feed, sharing what I write (or share) etc. I love you. Namaste.
One thing that I love, love, loooove about the holiday season via the web are all the great things I find on my Google Reader and via all the amazing blogs and websites I adore. All the lovely ideas, amazing pictures, crafts, DIY, tips, tricks, deals, etc. getS me so excited for the season full of magic.
Here are some that I am currently lovin:
*LB at Everyday-Dreamer.com has a lovely project called Letters to Love. It reminded me to start writing letters again. I love to write letters and I especially LOVE making cards. One Christmas I attempted to make handmade cards for as many people as I could – I even customized them to make them personal for each individual that got one. I wish I had the time to make one for everyone.
*SimpleMom.net gives you ideas on how to Plan Your Peaceful Christmas. I really love how she gives a new step every week! This is something practically anyone can master and adjust to their preferences and use again and again every year!! I am already setting up a reminder on my google calendar for next year!!
*Barberryandlace.com has a super cool DIY that shows you how to make your own scratch tickets. I think these would make great stocking stuffers or used for contests to win prizes at a holiday party for people of just about any age.
*Doniree shares some beautiful pictures of Fall in Portland/South Park Blocks. Here is my comment I left on her page about the lovely pictures of leaves she took:
This is soooo gorgeous. I grew up in Hawaii so I never got to experience genuine season changes. Well when I went to Georgia to visit family members they thought I was crazy for snapping so many pictures of the leaves. I tried to explain that the only time leaves change color in Hawaii is when they turn brown to die… HA!! These leaves still beat the amateur pictures I got even though I ended up living in Georgia for about 3 years before returning home.
Thank you so very much for sharing this with your readers.