I’ve been feeling a wee bit of Irish Catholic guilt about this one, as I tell my 4 and 3 year old daughters to follow their dreams, and that if they believe in themselves, that they can do anything that they set their minds to.
But what about mom? How do I model this kind of belief system for them, authentically, creatively, and with integrity, when truthfully my limiting beliefs have held me back from living my own truth?
I suppose addressing my faults publicly is not necessarily the most captivating way to start a blog, but for this thing to work, I just need to keep it real. In the spirit of the Super Bowl, it’s GAME DAY.
15 years ago, I became a High School Special Education Teacher. I am grateful for my job and I adore my students, who I consider to be gifted, from their extraordinary creativity and abundance of compassion, to their resilience and unique world view.
I publicly declare this my virtual classroom, where thoughts will become things.
In addition to this declaration, here are some affirmations as I look towards the future.
I am a published author.
I have a line of successful children’s books and songs that help kids, and adults to find happiness, through nutrition, fitness and spiritual growth.
I am a vocalist.
I hold spiritual retreats that involve people reconnecting with who they once were through music and movement.
I use my unmatched energy to create customized workouts that my clients enjoy.
What are your greatest desires? What stands between you and you living your truth?
Share your public affirmation here.
I would love to hear from you.