A Well Curated Life graphic

A Well-Curated Life

Our universe is so abundant. It provides us with many wonders. From beauty and mystery, to life and beyond, the options and the opportunities are breathtaking. My mind’s eye wanders to the specific and exquisite palette of my own life, as I thoroughly survey the building blocks of my malleable perspective. I love the feeling…

Apology to my liver

Apology to my Liver

Dear Liver, I owe you an apology. I never really knew just how much I was neglecting you. Now, some would say that “hey, I didn’t know I was hurting you” is a pretty crappy way to craft an apology, but I hope you will overlook form for function here. All I ask is that…

Small vase of flowers art photo by Vickie Flaugher

Small Means Close

Was chatting with my sweet friend Amanda tonight about my recent decision to embrace incremental. In terms of Abe vibration, when something feels like the next logical step, it means you can see it happening, that it is believable to you, that you can easily allow it. It’s small, no big deal. no trouble to…

Abraham Hicks

Abraham Hicks – My Energy Mentor

Abraham Hicks is my energy mentor. I enjoy their teachings and have benefited greatly from learning how to manage my own point of attraction. The basic idea is you get what you feel – that the energy you put out is what forms your reality. Thoughts become things and the best way to know what…

Signs that amuse me

Saying What You Mean

Signs fascinate me. I especially love the ones that don’t make sense. I mean, you can piece together what the person meant to say, but what they actually said is not quite that. For example, a sign we’ve all seen: “Keep this door closed at all times”. At ALL times? Isn’t that called a wall,…

Change

Quantum Leaps are Overrated

Been contemplating change lately. It’s the turn of the year, so it seems a good time for a review. I am not so much the resolution type, but I do like to celebrate my successes and decide what I’d like to focus on in the coming year. Right now, I am considering the path of…

Diane Warren

Diane Warren – Songwriting Legend

In Kleon’s book, Steal Like An Artist, identifying your artistic lineage is a recommended activity. Zero in on the people who inspire you, who color your artistic sensibilities, and then study them. Learn what they do, how they do it, and in general get inside their minds and hearts to incorporate some piece of their…