CHOOSE A LIFE THAT ROCKS YOUR SOCKS OFF! GET ON THE LIST!


Why I stopped chasing happy . . .

Because it’s so (bleeping) exhausting, that is why.      Happiness-Hands1

Some people are just born rosy,  doesn’t it seem that way?

I stared to feel like being happy was a lot of work rather than just a by product of a great life.

Then I realized that my definition of happy was all messed up and wrong (and that societies is in general).

What you can learn from the not-so-rosy times . . .

“A certain darkness is needed to see the stars.”

I love  this quote and at the same time, it triggers me a bit.

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What the quote means to me, is that we need a bit of darkness (pain, struggle, challenges) in order to see the light (the good stuff)

There is that part of me that doesn’t want to think that we need to feel pain and go into the darkness, in order to see the light and to experience the beauty of life.

What I use to feel unstoppable + radiant

This is gonna be short + sweet.alive1

People ask me all the time what I use to take care of myself—supplements, exercise, skin care  products + other things.

The funny thing is, that I will share these things with people and then they don’t follow through or use them.

So, my advice is if you want it work, you gotta work it. In other words, if you want to SEE and FEEL the results, you gotta commit.

I AM ON A MISSION . . .

I AM ON A MISSION . . .i-am-ready-now

To show people how simple and painless is can be to manifest what they want in life. To feel beautiful, happy, healthy, abundant and free. I am here to be the spiritual spokeswoman for a little word, with big possibility—choice.

 Yes, that’s right, choice.

Birthed, Blossoming + Beyond

Thanks to everyone who played a part in the birth of my first book, The 2 Choices. I am happy to say, the book hit #1 on Amazon in a self-help category.  02

I always felt that hitting number one was the goal and that I would somehow feel like ” I made it” or ” I did it!”

The Launch + The Butterflies . . .

“We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.”

—Maya Angelou

Wow, did this Maya Angelou quote jump out at me today!

Not that I am equating myself to a butterfly, because I still have my moments when I feel like I am still in the caterpillar stage (and that’s not such a bad thing!)

But today is the birth of my first book and it has me a bit reflective (and nervous!)

Freaking out about something? Do this instead . . .

Freaking out isn’t an energy or vibration that you want to hold onto for very long.

Freaking out can be:                Picture 2

  • Obsessing about a future event.
  • Not letting go of a negative past event.
  • Reacting to situations or people in a less than savory way (you are being a reactive meany pants)
  • Letting your thoughts and feelings rule you.

The 7 day countdown . . .

Holy smokes people, The 2 Choices will be available next week. Yippee!  Yahoo! Woohoo!  Heck yah!  About time!         Dale_TwoChoices_prf5a_blue

The process of writing this book was a step into more of the truth of who I am—not just me, Carrie Jolie Dale, but ME— the soul who came here to experience the fullness, the beauty and the true splendor of life.

Just because someone knows how to say “namaste,” meditates and reads spiritual books—doesn’t mean we give them their ghandi badge and that they somehow radiate white light out of their crown chakra and never have a bad day again.

spiritmerkabahBeing spiritual doesn’t mean you don’t have shitty days, swear, digress and experience contrast or negative things in your life.  It doesn’t mean you don’t eat some junk food every now and then or maybe react in a less than stellar way to a challenging situation.

I know meditation is a 10 letter word, but for many of us (who abhor sitting still for long) it’s more like a 4 letter word.

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I tried for YEARS to fall in love with meditation. I tried to find inner peace, harmony and tranquility with this simple little practice.

And I  just felt predominately bored, irritated, anoyed and frustrated from doing it.