GoddessLife Blog Article

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  • GoddessLife Prescriptions for Radical Self Care Guidebook

    How to make everyday a GoddessLife – free & easy ways to turn the turn the ordinary into extraordinary, the faded into fabulous and the dreary into darling!

    I must confess that my eyes do not always see the world through glittery-cupcake-flavored-rose-colored glasses. Honestly, it’s difficult to feel like a Goddess when I am overworked, down with the flu or filing my taxes. And there isn’t an actual place to file my grievances, such as, “Why can’t I sleep on a bed crafted from real cotton candy?” or “Pay for my groceries with smiles???” But I do find it liberating to know that it’s absolutely my prerogative to cry into my pillow every night or find my sparkly bootstraps and start pulling. The awareness that my happiness and outlook on life depends utterly, solely and completely on little ole moi is unbelievably empowering.

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  • Treat yourself to a delicious, fun and fabulous class you always wanted to take!

    Sign-up for a class you’ve always wanted to take

    While I was at my favorite coffee shop this morning, I read an inspirational story about a woman who simultaneously turned 100 years old, graduated college and crossed the last thing off her bucket list. A bucket list is the 100 things you want to do before you “kick the bucket”. Her story and my second cup motivated me to want to write my own list. However, the copious amount of different things that I desire to do and accomplish in my lifetime flooded my mind all at once and I nearly imploded. I mindlessly grabbed a Community Center class schedule from a stack of newspapers and magazines and thumbed through the classes that ranged from photography to massage to knitting. I noticed that I kept thinking page after page, I’ve always wanted to learn that. But then my mind resisted with the typical excuses: I don’t have time (it will get in the way of procrastinating), I will be terrible at it (and everyone will laugh at me) and its too extravagant to take a class that serves only one silly purpose (because I want to).

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  • Tips to Surviving a Break-Up

    I’ve been on both sides of a break up. I’ve been dumped, cheated on, neglected, ripped-off, lied to and longed for someone to change. I also have been unavailable, a total dork, immature, angry, stupid, possessed by PMS and completely rude. I’ve been in relationships that endured years and infatuations that lasted 10 minutes. The fact remains the same, regardless of the circumstances: Break-ups. Are. Painful.

    Goddess knows I don’t have all the answers, but these are my Top-10 ways I have survived a break-up.

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