To Forgive is to Love♡


Hello my loves,

This week’s Monday Morning Motivation Mail was themed around forgiveness, and because this theme is very dear to my heart this week, I have decided to write a post on it.

There’s a quote that I really love, it’s from one of my favorite movies called, “Georgia Rule” and it goes like this, “To forgive is to move forward, Georgia rule”.

I  believe that to forgive is to move forward, but also to forgive is to love. For when we don’t forgive and we hold anger within us, we are unable to fully move forward and experience all the world has to offer when we choose love. It takes just as much energy to choose to love as it does to choose to hate…its still just a choice.

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7 ways to Express & Release Emotions: For the Emotional Wreck in All of Us!


Do you have a hard time expressing yourself? Do you feel like you’re sometimes an emotional wreck and you can’t shake it? Have you ever been asked how you’re feeling and you find that you’re at a loss for words?

If you answered yes to any of those questions, then I welcome you to this fancy club for normal people. Yes you’re normal, Hallelujah!

I have had many ups and downs when it comes to expressing myself. Up until I turned 16, I always had an outlet for my emotions, and when I stopped singing and dancing, I lost the only way that I knew how to express myself. I was never great with talking about my feelings, so movement became my place of release and my go-to way of expressing myself.

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Read this now: Fire in the Heart by Deepak Chopra


In September 2015, I discovered this incredible book called Fire In the Heart by: Deepak Chopra. For many years it has been sitting on my bookshelf and for some reason, up until recently, I didn’t think much of it. Probably, because for many years, I was very focused on my book addictions such as, Harry Potter, Lord of the Rings and Twilight.

In all seriousness though, I have been a big fan of every and all self help book in existence; so it was surprising to me that I hadn’t yet covered this one.

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