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*A Spiritual Journey*

Welcome to my journey, enjoy your stay.

Sharing experiences along my trails and positive spirituality.

Our moments in life are unique and we can all learn from each other. Connecting with others is my therapy. I will be sharing with you what I'm discovering along my journey as a mother and spiritual being, and hope to inspire your journey as well.

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Enjoy Your Moments

Dec 1, 2016

There are many days that I feel like I'm living the same day over and over again. Like the movie Ground Hog Day. I love that movie.

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This movie is a great reminder that when we change our actions in our daily routines, we can get different outcomes and experiences. We can learn to…

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Hilarious Things I Said Before I Had Kids & What I'm Thankful for

Nov 22, 2016

I've said many unrealistic things before I became a parent, but the three that stand out the most are the ones that make me laugh the most. There is plenty of evidence around my house showing that things have not gone exactly as planned.

Things I've said:

 

1) I will never give my kids jun…

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Why I love Social Media And My Favorites Right Now

Nov 17, 2016

I love Twitter! and I have tweeps that I have been connecting with since 2013. Way before blogging was even a thought for me. I originally joined twitter to find others just as obsessed with the housewives on Bravo as I was at the time. Little did I know that I would be forming long lasting friendsh…

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Memories of Heaven by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer and Dee Garnes

Oct 30, 2016

Memories of Heaven was thought provoking and an eye opener. It made me aware of miraculous things easy to miss in our daily lives. This book is filled with stories of children remembering things they experienced in heaven,  before they were born. Some children even remember previous lives. There…

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Living In The Moment

Oct 3, 2016

Living in the moment is easier said than done for me. I need to constantly remind myself not think about what I need to do later, tomorrow, next week, next month, or next year. You know what I mean.  As human beings we can get really carried away with the hows, whys, what ifs and when!

Here a…

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September School Issues

Sep 28, 2016

September has been quite a whirlwind! The weeks have just flown by and I can't believe it's almost over. The weather cooled down this past weekend and we closed our pool :( 

The end of the summer season is always sad for me. I have been missing the lazy days of summer.

 

We have ev…

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Enjoying the Last Days of Summer

Aug 30, 2016

Our summer is ending soon and I'm optimistic, but I will miss sleeping in during the week. Sometimes I wish I was able to do homeschooling just so I can make up my own schedule and have more freedom. Then I remember that my kids would rather go to school and I have to go to work. 

There will …

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New Read* How to Hear Your Angels by Doreen Virtue*

Aug 15, 2016

Doreen Virtue's book, "How to Hear Your Angels" was uplifting, encouraging, and an eye opener. Not only does it encourage us to ask our angels for help,  but it also emphasizes how we are all deserving of this help, and outlines the steps we can take to receive it.

I love how she explains all th…

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*The Magic of Bees and Butterflies*

Jul 26, 2016

Bees took over my porch this summer.  These wonderful creatures decided to make their home in the planter on my porch!

Here is my beautiful plant way before the takeover.

I have been awful at keeping any plants alive in the past, so this plant is a miracle :)

A few weeks ago it became…

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My Favorite Summer Pics

Jul 13, 2016

I love summer for many reasons. Of course, one of the reasons is I get to sleep in! Yes, that alone is blissful enough for this sleepy head.

One of my other favorite things is I get to see a sea of pictures across all social media of everyone's  summer pics having fun and being carefree. So  nice…

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