I’m one of those one day at a time girls. I’m not kidding. Quite honestly it is a hard-earned way of living that I embrace with my whole heart. I don’t force solutions and I don’t believe that life has some rough constrained schedule that must be adhered to at all costs. There’s so much freedom to express, grow and love. I have come to trust in the divine flow of the universe and the interconnected nature of all things. And the real beauty is that I begin anew each day; fresh, unobstructed, full of hope.

There have been many days, recently, where living one day at a time felt too challenging for me. I was in the throes of growth and change, working through a process of acceptance and expansion that evoked a lot of vulnerability. I was unsure of myself and had several moments when slipping back into egotistical disconnect felt like it would have been a lot more comfortable. So, I went to half a day at a time! And the real kicker is that with such a subtle adjustment, I was able to transition myself mindfully, bodily and spiritually without unlatching from my heart.

This year I have come to really love myself. I’m still working on absolute trust and belief in myself completely on a daily basis. But I know, with the love it will come. And this self-love invites me into a deeper relationship each and every day with anyone with whom I come into contact. The grace of those encounters are so much a part of who I have become that I cannot fathom life without any of them. Surely that is the life of my Spirit fully manifested within the light of another.

I believe this is the way of living that the God of my understanding has always intended for me. It is such a tender acknowledgement of the lovely woman that I have become, am still becoming, always aspired to be, whatever, I am astounded by it.

Next year has so many wonderful invitations imbued within it. I can feel them percolating beneath the surface of my heart, ready to manifest when they are ready. I am merely a vessel for all this potential wonder. And I have learned that beauty and grace do not create themselves in a vacuum. I need others, many many many others and I have had the good fortune to be in the presence of so many gentle loving spirited people; all of whom help to create this beautiful messy tender expression of the life I am living. I am forever humble and grateful.

And with such strong support and love I am now realizing and creating a space for my company that will bring the funky brand of health and wellness that is livebig365 to the center (literally) of Morristown. It will be a salon that brings the community together; energized and engaged in their own respective desires to become unstuck, move forward and connect with their hearts, one day at a time……

The theme for year 2 is lovebig! In all ways, with as many people as possible.


Big Namaste!

About livebig365

Join me as I dive in to the deep end of the pool and challenge myself to live big and love big. What does that mean? In 2012 , I accepted the invitation to push myself beyond my comfort zone, at least once a day, and engaged and responded to my life, or a given situation in my life, in a way that would normally scare the hell out of me. Why did I do it it? Because it was time time to begin, and I was ready! Each day brought a new revelation, lesson, challenge, encounter, a teaching moment, that revealed to me that living big and loving big are uniquely interconnected. Welcome 2013, the year of lovebig 365. Each post was an expression of love experienced, witnessed, inspired, manifested. It didn't always make sense in the moment, and yet its sheer mystery hopefully evoked a beautiful affirmation of life and all of its shimmery brightness; broken up, lovely to behold, tender and full of purpose. 2014, jagged, bumpy, disjointed posts. 2015, silence, and plenty of growth within that silence. Manifesting 2016: The creation of a gathering place for gratitude. Join in the wavering, audacious, unequivocal fun. 2017: Reflection 2018: POWER, MAGIC, TRANSFORMATION
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