Thank you so much Diffusing the Tension for reading and reviewing my new book Life IS Beautiful! I appreciate you!
Admittedly, I’m naturally pessimistic. Constant joyful optimistic can grate on me, because it makes me wonder- what’s the catch?For that reason, I should not enjoy Jacqueline Pirtle’s self help books. She’s everything I’m not (in my own biased by depression perspective). But damn it, I really really do.
We’re on an incredible journey! I love how she talks about the journey we’re on! “Your physical body – your host to make this wild ride of a life possible – is a masterpiece living the energetically guided masterplan, by serving the physical journey that is put in motion by your energetic essence.” (JP, Life IS Beautiful)
I am very honored to be part of this incredibly dear-to-my-heart documentary that addresses such an important subject: Your child, your parenthood, and all the emotions that come with it. Please watch it!
Spread the holiday cheer by giving amazing gifts to the special HER in your life. All my books, 365 Days of Happiness, Life IS Beautiful, What it Means to BE a Woman, and Parenting Through the Eyes of Lollipops, are spectacular gifts to give her. They are listen…
This wonderful gift guide will give you plenty ideas for putting a smile on someone’s face. All my books, 365 Days of Happiness, Life IS Beautiful, What it Means to BE a Woman, and Parenting Through the Eyes of Lollipops are listed. They are beautiful gifts to give!
I also loved it when she says “…women are not here in this physical life to impress or bless anyone besides themselves…” while addressing the stigmas and expectations often put upon women. This is also where gos on to talk about the poop in her title.
True happiness is when you care about how you feel and make feeling good a priority.
By connecting to your inner you – that is always wanting you to be happy and guiding you to your happiness – you don’t base your happiness on anything else but yourself, you claim responsibility for your own happiness, and you step into being in charge of how you feel and how you want to feel.
This erases the exhausting job of changing anything outside of you and sets you free to be and live happily anywhere at any time.
It’s something that we all are longing to experience and quite frankly, came here to enjoy.
Carry around a notebook or use a notes app so you can jot down everything from school pick-up times to the last time you nursed, says Jacqueline Pirtle, holistic practitioner and author of Parenting Through the Eyes of Lollipops.
Another good reason to keep that notebook close: when you write down everything that’s on your mind, you’re getting those thoughts out of your head and onto the paper. They’re not your full focus anymore, yet you won’t forget those ideas or concerns, Pirtle says.