1. How Can I Make More Money? Wrong Question.

    What an interesting question. It’s run through my mind a hudreed thousand times. A question that’s been put on repeat. I’m always looking to attract more wealth. But through all my questioning, I had a huge realization.   That question, “How can I make more money?” is hurting me.   It’s hurting me because I ask it with the belief that my current wealth status isn’t good eno…Read More

  2. Don’t Judge Others Journeys, Or You Will Become Misaligned

    Judgment is a drug that a lot of us are addicted to. There’s a voice in our head that is continuously on, and we don’t know how to turn it off. IT’s always judging. It’s judging ourselves, it’s judging others, it’s the legal system of our minds. Because of our past experiences, and other people’s opinions that we’ve picked up over time, we’ve created this voice in our head that i…Read More

  3. A Guide So Simple To Changing Your Self It’s Not Much Of A Guide At All

    You are in relationship to everything. You have relationships with people, objects, and experiences. Your entire perspective is based on your relationships. The one relationship that will change all other relationships is your relationship with Self. When I say Self, I’m referring to that higher consciousnesses within us. I’m talking about the Universe. I’m talking about God. The relationshi…Read More

  4. Reframe One Question And See How It Changes Your Relationship With The Universe

    What will this guide do for you? Simple. It will have you reframe a question that you constantly ask yourself. “Why” me? “Why” did this happen? “Why?” You’re taught that asking “why” helps us get to the bottom of what’s going on. But in reality, all it causes is defensiveness and justification. When you ask, “why?” What you’re really asking is for a justification that mak…Read More

  5. How Life Coaching Changed My Life

    Life coaching changed my life. Two years ago, when I was just graduating college. I had no idea what I wanted to do in this world. All I knew is that I wanted to make money, not just to pay the bills, but to make sure I could live. I have cystic fibrosis, and because of that I wanted to be able to make enough money to afford health insurance, so I could afford all of my medications. But knowing th…Read More

  6. Working Hard By: Bobby Foster

    Don’t believe the hype: Working hard isn’t where it’s at. Everywhere you look, there’s a narrative that working hard will get you to where you want to be. “No pain, no gain.” This is a lie. Working hard just to be productive will only lead you to a life of working hard always waiting for the next reward to show up. There’s no fulfillment in that. No lasting happiness. Trust me, I wou…Read More

  7. Healing Not Concealing By: Brittany Ray

    I am not here to talk about my illness, and frankly, I don’t like to. My therapist would say it’s because “I have yet to accept it.” She’s right. I’d rather pretend it doesn’t exist. Maybe if I avoid it enough, it’ll just disappear. But to understand my healing journey, I need to briefly fill you in on my story. I was diagnosed with mild Ulcerative Colitis in 2014. For 3 years, I t…Read More

  8. Lessons through CF By:Cynthia Thomas

    Twenty-eight years ago, I was born with a life-threatening disease called, Cystic Fibrosis. The first decade of my life was no different than what you might envision for a child. My preteens, that was a different story. Hospital stays every other month, weeks of IV infusions, and my absence from the real world became a part of my life. I don’t believe it was ever a conscious choice but lying bec…Read More

  9. The “E” Word By:Maria Jackson

    My journey with epilepsy has been a long one.  The twenty years that I have spent with this condition have been educational, pragmatically and emotionally.  Epilepsy’s unpredictability ensures that I am always prepared to make a rapid exit when in public.  I am eternally conscious that mere seconds (and a few misfiring neurons) are all that separate a fun evening, from a highly charged medic…Read More

  10. Fuel your soul By:Merete Graham

    Imagine having no title. No career and no education. No hobbies to fill up your time. No social life. Just you. Stripped naked of all that we see around us in today’s society.   Can you imagine that?   I’m one of those who doesn’t have to imagine because this is my life. Amongst many others around the world, I’m one of those who live a life with chronic illness. When chronic illness ente…Read More