I wish I had known this when I was a kid. Most of the people I know when I was a kid attributed happiness to some external factor. Like it’s a state that will happen only after certain conditions (either self-imposed or imposed by the people around you) have been met. Read More
Just like the image says, “Take care of your body. It’s the only place you have to live.” Our body is not like a car that we could replace anytime it gets worn out and broken. We are stuck with one and only one body, so the earlier we start taking care of it, the better for us. How would you like to be doing and enjoying the things you did when you are still very young? I know I’d like to…
Just like I tell my kids, your body is like a temple. Read More
One of the things I’ve learned from a lot of empowerment books I’ve read is the importance of the relationship you have with yourself. How much do you love yourself? The more you have love for yourself, the more love you are capable of loving others. How you treat yourself will be the extent of how you will get treated by others. If you keep looking for love from other people and you keep getting disappointed, it’s time to have an internal check. Read More
It’s here! Finally! After almost a year of waiting, my very first app is finally completed. It has been a very good learning experience for me, being totally unfamiliar with the iPhone app development. Read More
Children often struggle with self-doubts which gets in the way in their ability to achieve things. Inspiring kids to be their best helps them overcome their self-doubts and instill positive values in them that helps them succeed in life.
Here are some ways of inspiring kids to be their best:
Acknowledge their strengths and good behaviors no matter how small. Receiving praise and ecouragement motivates them to achieve more.
Believe in them. Read More
My 5th children’s book, Wealthy Me! A Book of Wealthy Affirmations for Little Stars has finally launched. Written to promote positive self talk to kids, Wealthy Me! instills awareness to children that life is infinitely abundant in terms of love, light, friends, nature, resources, energy, wealth, and many other things. Read More
Join the event that’s been celebrated every year since 1915 — American Humane Association’s Be Kind to Animals Week®. In this annual tradition, we commemorate the role animals play in our lives, promote ways to continue to treat them humanely, and encourage others, especially children, to do the same.
Ways to Celebrate Be Kind to Animals Week
Adopt a pet from a shelter or rescue
Every year, an estimated 3. Read More
It’s time for women to rise up and reshape the world!
If you know that in your bones but haven’t been feeling like you’ve yet got the inspiration, allies, and skills to play your perfect role, the great news is that 40 truly inspiring women – from Marianne Williamson to Lucy Liu and Lisa Nichols – are ready to serve you.
They are helping us to see how we can step into powerful leadership in a way that is impactful, soulful, and fulfilling. Read More
Last week has been an exciting week with the launch of my 4th children’s book – Grateful Me! A Book of Grateful Affirmations for Little Stars. Written to promote positive self talk to kids, Grateful Me! encourages children to live in the moment by enjoying and appreciating what they have and what life has to offer. Teaching kids to be thankful gets them to focus their energy on the things that makes them happy, therefore uplifting and empowering them to be more positive in life. Read More
Scooped by Cherrie Dejolde Bautista on Scoop.it – Empowered Lifestyle
Steve Siebold, author of “How Rich People Think,” spent nearly three decades interviewing millionaires around the world to find out what separates them from everyone else. It had little to do with money itself, he told Business Insider. It was about their mentality. ”[The middle class] tells people to be happy with what they have,” he said. Read More