Day 15 of Celebrate You!

by | Aug 15, 2014 | 2014 Celebrate You!, Behind the Scenes, Celebrate You!

Celebrate You! Daily Quote:

"If we are ever to enjoy life, now is the time, not tomorrow or next year...Today should always be our most wonderful day." ~ Thomas Dreier

“If we are ever to enjoy life, now is the time, not tomorrow or next year…
Today should always be our most wonderful day.”
~ Thomas Dreier

Yesterday, Day 14 of the 31-Day Celebrate You! Challenge, I celebrated the gifts of guidance.

At noon, I attended a weekly virtual meeting, like I always do. To help with the dynamics of the group, I had agreed in advance to step up and share something that was relevant to the topic. I had no idea I would end up being guided through a process that was so profound it left me exhausted and in tears. But how cathartic! I now have added a smaller version of that process to my morning routine.

Later, I had an intuitive body and health scan … something I had won in the latest giveaway I entered (I’m up to three prizes won in that giveaway!). It was quite eye-opening.

Since I started this Celebrate You! challenge this month, I’ve begun attracting unique and enlightening experiences. And, since we are at the half-way, two-week mark, that makes sense. I’ve noticed with my previous Celebrate You! experiences and with my clients that patterns start to emerge at the two-week mark.

pineappleAlso yesterday, I bought a pineapple. I haven’t purchased a fresh pineapple in about 20 years … I don’t even know how to tell if it is ripe, let alone cut into it appropriately. Of course, that’s what YouTube is for, right?!

But something told me to buy it. I love pineapple, but often have to avoid it because the acid level hurts my mouth. However, if I incorporate it into one of my morning smoothies, I’ll be just fine. My mouth is watering writing this — can’t wait to bite into some fresh pineapple!

How did you celebrate you yesterday? Are you starting to notice a pattern of blessings or lessons yet? Maybe your income has increased? Please share in a comment below and/or in the Facebook group.

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