Wednesday, August 17, 2011

I'm merely standing on holes in the ground...

If I fall over, they'll never know I'm found
I may leave, but I'll never go back there
I'm only stumbling on the right things that I air

Like those days on the porch of your house....

-ARTIST: Hope Sandoval


Remix your life girl!

As women, we are constantly transforming through life...whether through professional or personal waves, a truly intellectual woman swims far in order to find her better being within. 

Transformations can include going from a slow, redundant career into a creative, more energizing one...OR from merely dreaming about traveling abroad to actually doing it...ALONE! Or maybe it's realizing that always being in a relationship isn't necessary...and maybe, just maybe, it's okay to be without someone, finding yourself, perfectly happy in solitude and loving yourself!! While also trying to understand that taking chances and remixing your life is exactly what you need...

I have found that my best transformations have come from deep moments of meditation and reading books I can get lost in. I happen to really dig the words, wisdom and vision of Deepak Chopra. He's a little mainstream for me, but his ideals are righteous: LOVE FOR HUMANITY, SUSTAINABILITY, HEALTH, SELF, LIFE WITHOUT EGO OR NEGATIVITY AND ALWAYS REMAINING PRESENT!

 His book: "The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire" is a great read that I highly recommend.

Check out his blog for daily inspirations, guidance and true enlightenment!

My favorite quote on transformation-"Be Like Water" by Bruce Lee



Sunday, August 14, 2011


MOVE from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.

A close friend of mine sent this to me over 10 days ago, but I allowed myself to be too busy to watch it. After watching the MOVE video, I can not help but think, analyze and possibly re-frame my outlook on " moving forward" in life and it's relationship to the idea behind progress or progressing. I tend to look at my life as progressing if it moving forward in a upward or vertical motion- position promotion, getting a secondary degree, etc- not never really appreciating, or personally acknowledging a lateral or horizontal change as progress. Thanks Rick Mereki,Tim White & Andrew Lees for bringing this to light for me.

Enjoy and acknowledge the MOVEments in Life!!

Check out their other two videos- LEARN and EAT.

LEARN from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.

EAT from Rick Mereki on Vimeo.



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