Happiness, Gratitude and Surprises

Ever since I took my Wealth Dynamics test ages ago now and discovered that my profile, Creator, is 50% introvert, I’ve been exploring that part of me. It explained such a lot. It explained why I love people but when faced with them in certain ways like parties and workshops and events, I found those events and those people absolutely exhausting and totally draining, enough to start to boycott them completely. No became my answer to every invitation. I thought there was something wrong with me. I knew my 50% extrovert very well, she’s quite sociable, she’s often the life and soul […]

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Planning Your 2018: Podcast Ep 163

Today’s radio show is about planning your 2018. What combination of goals and intentions do you/will you use for your planning? Nicola’s got a nifty system involving 7 words which, typically, she adapts to nine! And I’m still working my way through resources by Michael Neill, Janet Conner, Moorea Seal, Hare in the Moon Astrology, TUT and Anuschka Rees’s Your Year in Review, 50 questions which might help. Nicola liked the idea of those and so I sent her the link as she said it might give her something to do on her return flight from the UK to Greece. […]

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Julia Elmore: Be Creative Daily

Today’s blog guest is beloved Julia Elmore, artist and creator, who has made my gorgeous Abundance videos and is the genie on the 30 Day Challenge. Here she is in her own words. My name is Julia Elmore. I am drawn to all things colourful, unusual and uplifting. As an artist, mentor, mother and seeker, I help women of school aged children live more joyful lives through creativity and gratitude. I find inspiration everywhere and I am often to be found, where I am in my element, making beach art with whatever the tide has left behind. I launched my […]

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AbundanceFest: How to Get More Abundance into Your Life

Today I am very excited to let you know about AbundanceFest, my own personal JM summer festival minus the music and the mud! My clients in Club 100 are coming for their annual summer party on Saturday 9th August and my party planner, Lady Penelope, persuaded me to go for a marquee, just in case the Great British Weather lets us down, or maybe just to keep the sun off the freckly ones. She’s an Aussie you see, that might explain her encouragement towards tentage. Doesn’t she know about us Brits and our brave propensity for a rainy BBQ? Either way, […]

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Gratitude: Everything Starts There

I left a vital piece off my long post about skintness and scarcity yesterday – Gratitude. Where was my head at? What on earth was I thinking? A daily gratitude habit/hobby/practice is essential for abundance. Every day, at some point, begin or end (or both) with Gratitude. List everything for which you are grateful. If you are worried about money, these things might be hard to find, perhaps. But once you go looking for them, you realise you are awash with abundance and you have so much to be grateful for. Do you remember that thing we used to do […]

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Sunday Gratitudes

The things I am grateful for today, this Sunday, are: A lie-in. No need to rush out of bed today, a lazy Sunday start for me. My bed is comfortable and comforting, supportive, relaxing, restorative and I have some cool crisp white linen from The White Company. I am grateful for my tall bed which I have to get up into. A morning latte in bed, delivered courtesy of my own Nespresso machine, the best present I have given to myself in three years. Indriya are my favourite capsules, since you ask. I am grateful for the luxurious coffee. Mitsy, […]

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Daylight And Birdsong: The Joys Of Working At Home

I’ve worked at home, on and off, for most of my working life and I like it like that, but I haven’t taken much time until recently to notice why and to express my appreciation and count my blessings. Some of the benefits are immediately obvious and I don’t want to overplay them but they do include how efficient it is that everything can be delivered and people can come and go and do the things that need doing around here which allow me to keep working. I can exchange pleasantries with those performing simple everyday tasks which keep the […]

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Gratitude Sunday: Three Things I’m Grateful For Today

I’m back from my holidays today and counting my blessings as a way of dealing with a slight reluctance to surrender the freedom and fantasy of holiday-world into the reality of my more than wonderful normal life. So here goes…three things I am grateful for today: A lovely relaxing holiday in The Cotswolds and a travelling companion who, despite coping with her own grief at the recent loss of a parent, was good company and generally patient in the face of my foibles and the poorliness which cost me about 1.5 days of our week together. Holidays are quite a […]

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Avalanches Of Abundance: The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Dr Joseph Murphy

I am grateful to Peggy McColl who shared this excerpt taken from The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Dr. Joseph Murphy in her ezine this week: Money is a symbol Money is a symbol of exchange. It means to you not only freedom from want, but beauty, luxury, abundance, and refinement. It is merely a symbol of the economic health of the nation. When your blood is circulating freely in your body, you are healthy. When money is circulating freely in your life, you are economically healthy. When people begin to hoard money, to put it away in tin […]

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Chuffed: I Must Be Doing Something Right

As a Creator, I think of myself as someone who doesn’t much care for feedback. I don’t really ask other people what they think of my ideas, I just crack on. But I don’t mind telling you its been lonely and testing at times over the last 18 months while I withdrew from work and took a long, long breather. Then came the time when it was obvious I would re-emerge without really knowing how I wanted to be with my clients again. Except 100% authentically, which is always a brave and somewhat risky position to adopt and which also […]

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