Quotes, karma, and the Q’s to ask before dropping the big bucks: The August Roundup
August was all about getting clear on the fear, accounting for karma, and creating the positive feelings you want when it comes to money.
Do you account for karma? Because hard work isn’t all its cracked up to be. We bring an energetic blueprint into this life. It can trump our sweat-pouring diligence, as well as against-all-odds circumstances. It influences our reality.
I’m loving…Spark Seekers, The Good Life Project, and bliss. Spark seekers, magazine covers you want to lick, and a love letter revolution.
Questions to ask yourself before you drop the big bucks. There’s an emotion attached to every dollar you spend. Get clear on the emotional driver, and you get clear on your relationship to prosperity.
Passion over perfection. Love over politics. The Story of Mrs. Mulvey. Mrs. Mulvey, my English teacher, was on the outside of my teen drama (and there was a lot of drama back then—I left home when I was sixteen), and we rarely spoke out of class. But how she treated me quietly influenced my entire creative career.
The first thing to say to a friend in need. And for the love of God, do not tell them that there’s a gift in the lesson.
3 questions for easier living. Out of what needs to be done in your life—work, household, creativity—what do you do best?
How to deconstruct your fear: an exercise. Getting clear on what you’re scared of can instantly defuse ticking anxiety bombs and release your creative power.
Creating a positive relationship with your money: a Q&A. There are unlimited ways to create the positive feelings you want in every interaction you have with money.