Thank full 🌟

The world would be a dreadful place without creative people…

Could you even imagine life without art

The thought alone makes me tremble…

Could you be the next William Shakespeare, Steven Spielberg, or J.K. Rowling

You have so much power hiding in your uniqueness…

  1. You have an authority problem🤔

Creative types don’t always get along well with management because they would rather march to
the beat of their own drum…

  1. You have a hard time relating with certain people🤦‍♀️

Most people have a strong desire to fit in, but you
want to change certain ideas to ones of yours…

  1. You like to solve problems💁‍♀️

While most people are running and hiding from problems, you purposely seek them because you love nothing more than a fresh new challenge…

  1. You are your own worst critic🙋‍♀️

You wrote a blog many months ago and thought it
was wonderful at the time you published it. But then you read it again later and wonder, “What the hell was
I thinking?” You then identify approximately a thousand ways it could have been better and kick yourself for being so foolish

  1. You ask lots of questions😳

A stagnant mind devoid of curiosity doesn’t have the capacity to create…

  1. You carry a notebook everywhere you go🙌

Because how else can you remember all those brilliant ideas that strike you on the fly right ✅

  1. You find beauty in the ordinary🌺

Creatives live in the present and are in constant awe
of the world around them…

  1. You are numb to rejection🤷‍♀️

Let’s face it: it’s a hard world out there. If becoming a writer or actor or artist was easy, a lot more people would do it. Getting that dreaded rejection letter stinks at first, but eventually you become able to just shrug it off and go on to the next one…

  1. You understand the power of atmosphere😁

There is a reason some authors travel to a rustic cabin or sandy beach to write their novels. Some atmospheres are more conducive to creativity than others. Maybe you like to pack up your laptop and go to a coffee shop, downtown bench, or under a tree at the park. Whatever the case may be, you know the locations that boost your creative juices…

  1. You are a people-watcher🥰

Why do people watch TV when real life is infinitely more interesting…

Remember you are in total control in all that happens
in your life🤗

Some being lessons for your next life chapter…

So keep going you got this


Sense of Security 🌟

One reason we’re so focused on wealth acquisition is the need to feel secure. We believe that if we have a large amount of money in the bank, we’ll be protected from lack, pain, difficulty, and struggle. In a limited sense, this is true. However, security is simply a state of mind!

It’s not the money itself that makes us feel secure; we believe that adequate financial reserves protect us from bad experiences.

If we look logically at this concept, we realize that having a lot of money really can’t protect us from anything, except perhaps surprising expenses. Still, a fat bank account doesn’t guarantee we’ll never experience anything negative. There will always be car accidents, terror attacks, illness, job loss, troublesome relationships, and more. Having a lot of money won’t matter when we find ourselves in those situations because they are completely out of our control.

The only true security we have is what we can create in our minds. There is true security in believing in ourselves, in having the confidence to overcome challenges, in our spiritual beliefs, and in doing our small part to make this world a better place.

Imagine living your life with the unshakable belief that you have what it takes to succeed, no matter what else is happening around you? Imagine never feeling frightened by outside influences again. Imagine knowing that even if the worst-case scenario were to happen, you could easily and quickly pull yourself up by the bootstraps and do what needed to be done to get back on track.


Believing in our ability to handle whatever comes our way is much more effective than trying to guard against potential negative experiences. That’s the best kind of security because it empowers us to feel in control of our lives – if not every situation, at least the outcome of the bigger picture.


Past Challenges ~

Letting go of past traumas is a little more challenging because they are often buried deep in our subconscious minds. But buried or not, they can still wreak havoc on our level of happiness.

One of the most powerful techniques I’ve learned for releasing old baggage is to relive painful experiences. It doesn’t sound like much fun (and in fact, it isn’t) but it is freeing. If you stop to think about it, much of our emotional baggage is “buried” simply because we didn’t allow ourselves to work through it the first time around. We squelched down the feelings and tried to ignore them, and there they still lie, festering. If we unearth the painful memories and work through them like we could have done when they originally happened, we can release them and achieve closure.

To bring one’s self to a frame of mind and to the proper energy to accomplish things that require plain hard work continuously is the one big battle that everyone has. When this battle is won for all time, then everything is easy. – Thomas A. Buckner

This is a simple process you can undertake on your own, but if you’ve had very large, life-altering traumas, you may want to consult a counselor or therapist to help you work through them. While the process is simple, it can be emotionally overwhelming, and having a trained professional as a guide can provide invaluable support.

Once you’ve worked through your emotional blockages, you may also want to examine the underlying beliefs that formed because of them.

For example, an abusive childhood might result in a deep-seated belief that you’re not worthy of being loved. Working through painful memories can be freeing, but it won’t automatically change your underlying beliefs about your worthiness as a human being. You could still find yourself avoiding intimacy and sabotaging your efforts to create a fulfilling life.

The good news is that once you identify your limiting beliefs, you can begin changing them with a little conscious focus.