Sacré-Coeur, Paris.

Hi Everyone!

I am back in the States after being in France for awhile and ready to dive into some serious (ok, not too serious) blogging, writing and creating. I am feeling super energized and ready to share. Ready to share how to live—how you really want to live. Ready to gently nudge (ok, shove) you in the direction of your passions, your dreams + your happy life.  

Ready to show you how you can be, do and have anything you desire.

Here is a very quick video I shot from the Sacré-Coeur Basilica in Paris.

Your life is waiting. Your truth is waiting. Paris is waiting ( or wherever you desire to travel to!). Your health is waiting. Your success is waiting. Your love is waiting. Your happiness is waiting. 

What are you waiting for? Choose you. Choose your sacred heart. Choose your amazing life. Choose to say “YES” to what you desire.

Say hello! Share on social media! Leave a comment ( only nice ones please). Let me know what you are up to, what you want and what you are CHOOSING to do to get it.

Merci! Bisous.

Carrie Jolie Dale  ( your passionate choice strategist, author + manifesting maven) 

 

Choose You—Guilt Free

Choose You—Guilt Free

Choose you. What’s the first thing you think when you read this?

That’s selfish. I already do choose me. I am not even sure what she’s talking about. I don’t have time. I don’t need to. That’s rubbish!

Any of those ring true for you?

I thought I was choosing me, but when I really took a good look at it, I actually put everyone else before me. I would drop anything in a heartbeat for those I loved. I would put things that were my passions and soul callings to the side to help others. I was brilliant at self-sacrifice.

I thought it was selfish and uncaring it I didn’t.

I mean, they need me.  They need you too, right? I mean the dishes have to get done, the kids need driving, and the partner needs help. You have to help them. It’s your job.

Or, is it?

Let’s get really real here. Do you really need to drop everything for everyone else? How about putting what matters to you in the lead, at times? I am not suggesting dropping your responsibilities. I am just urging you to realize this is your life and you only have a certain number of days here. So . . .

Let’s make it matter.

Leave your mark. Sing. Be happy. Go skinny-dipping. Play with your kids. Write that book. Paint that painting. Play your piano. Hug more. Eat the cake—guilt free.

You can, CHOOSE YOU, and still be there for others, live your truth and be fulfilled. Be carefree and easy about it.

Peace. 

xxo

Carrie