Gratitude is a recipe for miracles

When we choose gratitude we choose life! We experience the full meaning of a life well lived.

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The secret to a grateful heart

As National Gratitiude month comes to a close I wanted to remind of you of something. The secret of having it all, is knowing you already do! I have spoken a lot this month of living in the moment, gratitude, and self love. All ingredients for a great life recipe.  But for this recipe you…

You lift me up

Continuing on with National Gratitude month I reached out to you! I asked and you delivered!  Look what some of our Fabulous Fighters and Friends had to say about their gratitude and what it means to them.  Carrie Wu: “Being thankful for everything and everyone in my life ❤️ and spreading love and kindness!” Michelle Tolson:…

Going to Gratitude – How and Why

It is National Gratitude Month, the month within which we give thanks.  The practice of “going to gratitude” should not just be reserved for November however, gratitude is a beneficial skill and tool that we can use to create a more positive attitude and outlook on life.  It isn’t just woo-woo mumbo jumbo either, this…

Scan Away

    For the month of October I am bringing you a behind the scenes look into my everyday life.  This past Friday I had my full scan which included blood work, PET scan, a CT scan and a Breast MRI.  These tests are performed every month with the PET scan performed every three months….

Thank you very much

It can be difficult to find the silver lining in a situation, but when we practice, express and focus on gratitude, we improve our mood, our health and our outlook on life.  Here are some of the benefits: Improved physical, emotional, and social well-being Greater optimism and happiness, Improved feelings of connection in times of…

Anything for YOU

Let faith be your compass, for what we can not see with our eyes we feel with our heart.  My heart is overwhelmed with sadness after a dear friends passing this week. The overwhelming pain is a combination of the shock of what happened and the ache for what never will be. I keep rereading…