I believe, as humans, that we can elevate our energy and our abilities when we're in the presence of others who draw us upwards into our own unique and peaceful fulfillment.
... being unsure about the direction my life has been going is made more complicated because it's is in an arena of life surrounding my own home. Bloody hell.
Homes is what I do for a living. How can the Real Estate Agent be indecisive and unsure about where she lives?
Too many options paralyze, because the mere presence of numerous options distract you from pursuing the centered goals you have in your heart. The noise of too much open possibility will pull you away from being able to listen to our voice of reason, to your deepest desires, to the answers of your burning questions.
So many of us choose our path out of fear disguised as practicality. What we really want seems impossibly out of reach and ridiculous to expect. So, we never dare to ask the universe for it.
What's better, showing up reluctantly or not showing up at all?
Overcoming paralysis after homeownership hard times.
"Online searching feels terrible, it is so restrictive and the information feels incomplete."
I hate data entry. I avoid it when I shouldn’t, take frequent breaks and invite distractions when I force myself to pound data into the cloud.
The power of your words and your gratefulness expressed is more impactful than anything else you will do at this exact moment. Find someone to say thank you to. A deep, meaningful thank you. Right now.
Since Valentines Day of this year I have had nine (9) separate, unrelated individuals reach out to me hoping to pick my brain about becoming a Realtor. Nine.
And if I ever make a magazine spread one day I'll know that I had "made" it long before the editors ever decided it for me.
Stoked to be typing up my very first blog post on the newly (and as of today unofficially launched) site!!! Feels amazing to be able to do after months and months (and even years and years) of preparation, hard work and determination.