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Understanding how to change your life is about the little, decisions you make each and every day.
Are you one of those people who spend  time wishing they could change their life but not taking the actionable steps to create the small daily habits to effect change?
For example, if you want to understand how to change your life to be healthier, you must make the right decisions every day on what you eat or doing your exercise. Contact me if you have questions or would like more information about a business that help change your life in a big way!
Star Diamond Beachbody Coach, loves the healthy lifestyle and helping others achieve their dreams. Beachbody Challenge Pack Sale May 2016Summer is right around the corner and you have time to get in shape for it! If you turn your attention, your awareness, and efforting inward, the rewards are beyond what you can think up, and much quicker, instant even!  It is what Jesus meant when he said,”Seek first the Kingdom of Heaven and all else shall be added to your life.”  Life responds to you at your highest Self! We really don’t need to change our mind.  As a matter of fact if we could turn off the thinking mind whenever we pleased, and just be present in this moment as the All That There Is, we would be in touch with the Omnipotence, the unconditional Love, the unbridled Joy of the Universe! Your thoughts tell you who you are – thoughts you’ve collected from your parents, your teachers, childhood friends, boyfriends, girlfriends, siblings, spouses, your church, your work, your bosses, your employees… These collected thoughts are not even the truth, not remotely! And if in another moment you find yourself gossiping about an officemate or rolling your eyes at your parent (and your 50), then let it go and remember who you are again in this moment.  The Kingdom of Heaven is always available right where you are NOW.  When would you see it?  When you get the promotion?  The new pair of shoes?  Buy the bigger home?  The faster car? The Peace that passes human understanding may not be understandable, but it is Attainable right now.  The only thing you need to do is be here NOW! We are all aware of the benefits that come from manifesting genuine appreciation and gratitude. Yes, sometimes finding the good in a situation can seem like looking for the proverbial needle in a haystack. Regardless of where we are, or what we may be doing, there is always something in our life worthy of your gratitude. This may or may not be your natural tendency, but with practice all of us can certainly develop the gratitude habit.
Have you ever been around someone who never has a bad word to say about anyone or anything? So the first thing we can do is to seek out friends and associates whose tendency is toward gratitude and positive thinking. Now that we’ve surrounded ourselves with a more positive group of people, what should we do next? We want to develop the habit of searching for, and discovering, something to appreciate about every person, situation, or experience we encounter. Popular opinion and the nightly news seem to have combined to paint a very negative picture. It is far too easy to adopt the perspective of the majority when you are surrounded by negativity, but in this case it’s not a very healthy option.

When the natural state of balance is disrupted, something always happens to correct the situation.
If you push yourself too hard, for too long, while ignoring your health and the need for rest, what will happen?
If you find yourself in this situation, could you appreciate the fact that you are now getting some much-needed rest? Regardless of the situation you find yourself in, asking the right questions, or making the right statements, can help you discover some hidden reason for gratitude.
If you cultivate the habit of focusing on the positive, your level of gratitude will increase.
Each week I babysit two little munchkins that I met during my stint at a local daycare as the youngest child's teacher.
I often try to read Oh, The Places You'll Go to them, because there are so many amazing pieces of advice in that book. Reading this nearly nine years after hearing it in my high school English class really has an impact on me since I know more now than I did then. Kelsey is a passionate vegan living in Houston, Texas, spreading the word about the benefits of eating a healthy, plant-based diet.
My goal with The Little Red Journal is to share all that I've learned on my journey in life, including plant-based nutrition, financial savviness and debt payoff, minimalism, and parenthood. Each week I babysit two little munchkins that I met during my stint at a local daycare as the youngest child's teacher.
A couple of weeks into my lifestyle change , I met up with a close friend who was shocked by my surge of energy and healthy glow. For a few weeks now, my husband and I have held many discussions concerning minimalism and what are goals and dreams are. These little decisions you make daily add up over the days, weeks, months and years to shape the life you are in right now!
Yet, the benefits of being in a state of genuine gratitude in spite of what’s going on around us are worth investigating. The challenge is to train ourselves to automatically search for reasons to manifest gratitude and appreciation.
At the same time, to the degree possible, we want to avoid spending too much time with those who like to dwell on the dark side.
To keep a positive perspective, you need to learn to think for yourself, and avoid letting others do it for you. As you find more and more reasons to appreciate every aspect of your life, you will become a magnet for attracting positive energy. We've got our routine down really well and when it's time to settle in for the night, I read them each a few books. My high school English teacher read this to us at the end of our junior year, and I didn't fully get it until just recently. Seuss quotes [infographic created by Mamiverse] that I'm sure many of you can glean some inspiration from.

She's also a minimalist enthusiast, a self-proclaimed financial guru of her household, and founder of The Little Red Journal. Fantasy is a necessary ingredient in living, it's a way of looking at life through the wrong end of a telescope.
Even if the situation you are in seems to be 99% negative, could you locate that one percent that is worthy of your gratitude?
Most of the time, they don’t even see the gravel and sand because they are searching for the sparkle.
That means you need to find ways of limiting your exposure to those who influence your thinking in a negative direction. And that positive energy flowing into your life will give you even more cause for genuine gratitude. It's generic enough to apply it to any situation, but there are a few sentences that really stand out to me. Then I learned it's really what you make of it, and that all depends on how much effort you'd like to put into it.
After switching to a vegan diet for health reasons in February 2012, I found that word to be amazingly inspirational.
When it feels like your very way of life is being threatened, can you still have an attitude of gratitude? We can actually train ourselves to search for, discover, and focus on legitimate reasons for gratitude.
They’re looking for that tiny, little fragment of gold, and they are so focused that their mind filters out everything else.
Seuss books are always scattered on their bookshelves and I often reach for those when it's time for their stories. While reading this recently, I began to think about how much it really applied to my life, where I've been and where I'm headed.
Although I've learned many valuable lessons since entering "adulthood", these books are something we should all read, no matter what our age, from time to time.
The actual quote is, "Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. The youngest likes to read Green Eggs and Ham, Left Foot, Right Foot, and The Cat in the Hat.
It's not." This will be my next tattoo, and it applies to so many different aspects of my life.
I pride myself in being different, and that's why there's a little red bird on The Little Red Journal logo.

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