Bitter or Better?

If you continuously compete with others, you become bitter. But if you continuously compete with yourself you become BETTER. — Unknown

The Best Things In Life

The best things in life are free. It is important never to lose sight of that. So look around you. Wherever you see friendship, loyalty, laughter and love…there is your treasure. — Neale Donald Walsch


We’re EXCITED about this one folks! Emily Croy Barker‘s THE THINKING WOMAN’S GUIDE TO REAL MAGIC hits bookshelves on Thursday, August 1. Read my review below!     You can’t go wrong with this book! “Barker provides an unexpectedly exotic elixir to soothe life’s disappointments, a delicious nostrum borne of wishes and possibility. The fantastic

The Chain

“When you hate something, you chain yourself to it.” — Dr. Steve Maraboli Recommended Book: What they think: “Great reading to give you some positive thoughts. It’s not a miracle in a book but reading it will put you in a great state of mind and make you smile.” Paperback                 Kindle Edition

Don’t Get Discouraged!

Do your thing. Do it every day. Do it unapologetically. Don’t be discouraged by criticism. You probably already know what they’re going to say. Pay no mind to the fear of failure. It’s far more valuable than success. Take ownership, take chances and have fun. And no matter what, don’t ever stop doing your thing.

Step Back And Give Them Space

Sometimes you have to love people and give them the space and time to get their minds right before you let them back into your life. — Unknown  

Out of Suffering

Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars. — Kahlil Gibran  

Someone Who Is Truly In Love

I love you without knowing how, or when, or from where. I love you simply, without problems or pride: I love you in this way because I do not know any other way of loving but this, in which there is no I or you, so intimate that your hand upon my chest is my

What Truly Defines You

Never define yourself by your relationship status, your income or your looks. It’s your generosity, kindness and compassion that counts. — Brigitte Nicole