My Miracle Morning

Good morning everyone! In my last post, I talked about the book The Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod, and I focused on the concept of a Level 10 life. Today, I’m going to take another part of the book and break it down. The Miracle Morning is essentially an hour (or however long you want… Continue reading My Miracle Morning

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Motivational Monday “Don’t Tear Down other People’s Buildings…”

Happy Monday, y’all! (Sorry, I'm actually posting this on Tuesday AM, because I forgot to hit post yesterday... OOPS!)  Today I thought I’d bring back Motivational Monday because of something I saw in a YouTube video the other day. I watch Amy Landino (or AmyTV), who is an entrepreneur, motivational speaker, author, and creator. She… Continue reading Motivational Monday “Don’t Tear Down other People’s Buildings…”

Motivational Monday: Celebrating our Commanders-in-Chief

Hi, all! It’s President’s Day here in the US, so I decided on a Motivational Monday post featuring the words of wisdom of some of our past commanders-in-chief.Without any ado whatsoever, here they are... “The harder the conflict, the greater the triumph.”- George Washington This should be my potty training mantra. “If your actions inspire… Continue reading Motivational Monday: Celebrating our Commanders-in-Chief

“I don’t expect a perfect work:” Wisdom from Alexander Hamilton

Hello all! Today is January 11, which makes it the birthday of one of the most well-known characters on Broadway: Alexander Hamilton. I kid, I literally know nothing about the play. I’m not huge on American History, either, but there’s one quote that resonates with me, especially at the beginning of the year when we’re… Continue reading “I don’t expect a perfect work:” Wisdom from Alexander Hamilton

Happy Birthday, Roald Dahl: Motivation from the King of Children’s Literature

That's right, the author of some of our favorite childhood stories would have been 102 years old today! So in honor of his birthday, I'll share some parenting motivation from the always loved and ever-wise Willy Wonka. Yes, work is important. Of course motherhood is hard (my kid chews wires and tried to play with her… Continue reading Happy Birthday, Roald Dahl: Motivation from the King of Children’s Literature