Tag: inspiration

How to develop perserverance

Perseverance is continuing to do something in spite of obstacles or difficulties. It is one of the best qualities to have because with perseverance, success in your endeavors is almost guaranteed. To persevere we need to have faith that we actually can succeed. If we don’t believe success is possible for us, we will not

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Stop living your life on autopilot

If you find yourself doing the same routine day after day, never remembering what you did the day before, having nothing to look forward to, living your life – but never enjoying it or anything in it…you are probably living your life and the relationships in it on autopilot.   The really devastating part about living

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Money posts are boring me

I’m tired of the posts about how much money you have made this day/month/year. How much money you have made literally means nothing in my eyes. Especially when many post how much they’ve made but leave out the other details. There are people making millions who are donating for the tax breaks and not because

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Need help relaxing? Read this.

Why should you learn how to relax fast? Because stress is more than just unpleasant. It’s also dangerous. Many diseases are now known to be caused by or made worse by stress, but you can do something about it. Just try these relaxation techniques today, and use them whenever you feel that tension coming on.

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Do you believe mothering uses our masculine qualities?

I have heard people say that being in the mother role is using our masculine side to lead our children. Well, it’s normally been women without children who have made statements such as this. (No hate, just an observation) In reality, or my personal belief, it’s our feminine side because our children lead us. They

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Finding yourself again

On the surface it seems an odd idea that you could actually be anything other than who you really are. But from the time we can talk, we’re being programmed to “fit in”. We find ourselves conforming in order to please the people we love, and who love us. But sometimes that means that you

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Don’t feel guilty

This morning I found myself feeling guilty for the amount of happiness in my life currently. How ridiculous is that? I did not think I had any remnants of tall poppy syndrome left but alas I apparently do. I found myself thinking I literally have nothing that has me feeling sad right now. There is

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What is your destiny?

What did you want to do as a child? Remember how it felt to fully believe that you could be an astronaut, the President or Prime Minister, an Academy Award winning Actress, an Olympian, or if you are like myself – a makeup artist? Helen Keller made this suggestion to people as they worked towards

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The grandmother initiation

I have been trying to figure out why this feeling as a Glamma is so different to any other feeling I’ve ever felt. This Aroha truly is a love like no other. There have been moments of tears where I have had no idea what I was feeling, yet coming to realise that it’s because

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