What if you…..
Allowed yourself to be happy
Started a new workout routine
Told someone you appreciate them
Were true to yourself
Started eating healthier
Saved more money
Let someone go ahead of you in line
Were a better listener
Treated yourself
Were more responsible
Forgave someone who wronged you
Kept your promise
Said no
Were less judgmental
Loss your freedom
Helped the homeless
Volunteered your time
Tried harder
Fought for a cause
Were less stressed
Said yes
Followed your dreams
Prayed for forgiveness
Played more
Challenged yourself
Forgave yourself
Were more confident
Showed up
Were selfless
What if you were the solution?

What if…. How would your life be different?

Live life with no regrets


What does it mean to truly forgive? Is forgiveness a conscious choice or an emotional choice? Or does it matter.
The act of forgiveness doesn’t come easy for most. I’m sure we can all recall a time or two when someone has wronged us. Betrayal hurts, no matter how big or small the act, how far back this experience took place, or whether it’s a family member or a friend.

Think back on a time when someone betrayed, offended, or cheated you. How did you react to this? How did it make you feel? Did it consume part of your life? Having feelings of anger or rage are normal. However, if you’re holding onto these emotions for weeks, months or even years, your letting someone else dictate your happiness and control your emotional well-being.

Your probably shaking your head (No) as your reading this, thinking that if you’re not in contact with that person or have little to no interaction with them, how could they possibly have a hold over your emotion or even your life.

OK. Let’s evaluate this. Since having been betrayed, have you discussed the incident with someone other than the person you have the issue with? Have you had thoughts of that person? Are you waiting for the other person to apologize?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then your emotions and your life functions around the other persons actions. If you answered yes that your waiting for the other person to apologize. don’t  hold your breath. Maybe they feel they don’t owe you an apology or there is a great chance they’re not aware that they’ve wronged you. How could that be , you say.

Well, think about a time when you’ve been accused of hurting a friend or family. When it was brought to your attention, you were caught off guard. SO, the time and energy you put into being upset, unhappy or loosing sleep, is your loss, literally

Heres your red flag🚩. Forgiveness does not excuse the behavior, it prevent the behavior from destroying your heart and emotions. There is power in forgiveness.
The other person doesn’t need to know you forgave them, remember, this is about you, not them.

Some of you are reading this and rolling your 👀, and thinking, “oh they need to know” so they can apologize, That would have been my exact reaction a few years back.
Forgiveness is not a feeling. It’s a choice. A choice to gain back control over your life. As I’m writing this, there are a few people i need to forgive, so that I can move on.

Remember, Live life with no regrets

Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice. Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you. Ephesians 4:31-32 NIV

What’s Your Next Chapter?

Oh how times flies when you make new years resolution that you can’t stick to. I can’t believe it’s already February, and i have yet to start my yoga class as i had planned, not a resolution but a new chapter in my life. Ok. Chapter one didn’t work out. So, are you just going to give up? You can always rewrite a chapter, or, you can simply flip the page and start a new chapter. I realize that, breaking my life up into chapters, makes it an easier read for me. I like the idea of knowing whats coming next.

When writing your story, be it a fairy tale or novel, each chapter would represent one month. So you would end up with 12 chapters. If you’re a really great author, you might write your book in one or two settings. However. if your like me, you’ll write a few chapters at a time, as not to get overwhelmed, going back to jot down notes as it come to you. Remember, this is your story and you should write it as you see fit for you. Not all of us will be successful author the first time around. It takes practice to organize what works best in what chapter and to live out that chapter.

If you are one of the millions who did set a new years resolution, and it didn’t jump off as you had expected. No worries 😱. Pull out a pen and a pad and start writing your next chapter. What would your chapter be titled?

Strive to be successful, it looks good on you.

` Live life with no regrets.