Why Manifesting Is Hard

I remember when I first started learning about the Law of Attraction and Manifestation. It all sounded easy, yet I wasn’t getting any results. I couldn’t figure out why manifesting was so hard! Then it dawned on me.

They're Just Words

When I first began learning about the law of attraction and how to manifest, I didn't get it right away. The whole process seemed confusing & the words were very aloof and "whoo whoo." It felt like everything I was reading was using a lot of words to say nothing at all. All the lessons were lost on me. It was so discouraging.

Does It Make You Feel Good?

I've been asked how I manage to always keep my cool and stay aligned with my higher self.

For the record, I don't. I'm human. I don't always get it right.

But it's easier for me to bounce back on the happy wagon because I am guided by one simple question…

Your Highest Self

You know that silent, still voice of reason that lives at the core of your being?

That voice that you tend to ignore & then kick yourself for not listening to when something blows up in your face?

That is the voice of…

Silence Your Inner Bully

While chasing your dreams, are you struggling with feeling ridiculous or coming up with some other form of inner resistance?

I lovingly call this my Inner Bully. Find out how to shut it up once & for all!

Believe Before You See

I'll believe it when I see it.

Is this a statement you can identify with? 

If yes, you're not alone. Most of society thinks this way. For the longest time, it was my own way of thinking too.  

Unfortunately, this statement has the power to block everything you most desire in life from coming to you.

What've I Got To Lose?

I remember the moment I became a believer so clearly.

I was in my bedroom, reading yet another book that discussed the law of attraction.

I'd been dabbling with this new age, spirituality concept for about 6 months by now but still rolled my eyes at most of what I read. I criticized the concepts as fast as I was reading them and doubted most of the results I read.

"Oh, they must just be really lucky" or "that's totally staged and not possible."

My Declaration & Clarification

I always get a little tripped up when someone says "so tell me, what are these emails & posts I keep seeing all about anyway?"

"Mindfulness for Busy Ladies" just wasn't completely cutting it for me - nor was it 100% clear. 

Today, the light bulb went off. 

I believe in the Law of Attraction - the belief that the power of your thoughts, feelings & words play a significant role in creating your current and future life. 

Moving forward, what I share will be based on this idea.

In order for it successfully work for you, there are a couple of theories and philosophies you need to start practicing ASAP…

Do You Suffer From This Syndrome?

The other night a family member was rushed to the hospital. Matt & I volunteered to go to their house & pack an overnight bag. We were in & out in under 10 minutes.

The next morning I had a text from my relative (female): 

"So sorry the house was a mess"


1) It was spotless. There might have been a dish in the sink & a sweater draped over a chair.
2) Like that would even be noticed at a time like this!?
3) Daaaamn - we are hard on ourselves!

We hold ourselves to the highest of expectations.

Have you ever walked into a man's garage & have him say " sorry it's a mess?"

Hell no!

Only Be Responsible For You

I used to be a chronic complainer. Nothing would ever go right, somebody was always being a jerk & life wasn’t fair. Ever.

Here’s what my life looked like at the time:

  • I was in massive debt, behind on almost every payment, & avoiding daily phone calls from collection agencies. I was convinced at any minute they were going to show up and repo my car.

  • I had this on-again-off-again relationship on the go. It was reaching it’s 2-year anniversary.

  • I quit my job & I lived in my uncle’s basement

What I’ve come to learn is that all the energy I spent complaining, only trained my brain to find more things to complain about!

It wasn’t necessarily that so many things in my life were terrible, I had just conditioned myself to only see the crappy parts.