50+ Fearless Feminine Power

Aging Authentically and Powerfully

I have been thinking a lot lately about what aging authentically means. In my mission to help Baby Boomer Women defy ageism, I am particularly interested in helping each woman create her life powerfully-from the inside out. How we think about our age is much more important than a number. We can choose to think about our age from a place of innate power and possibility or weakness and limitation. Which perception will create your reality? Do you limit yourself by buying in to what it is expected of you at “your age”? If so-cut it out!!! Who made up that rule anyways? Don’t allow a youth obsessed culture to rent space in your head and heart. Don’t let it define who you are. When you look at how precious every day is, as life becomes shorter, start to embrace each moment and know that you can create the life you want.   Defy the naysayers. Stop playing victim to a number. Create your most amazing memories. Look fear in the face and do the things you have always wanted to do. Embrace your badass self fully. Spread love around. Focus on all of the things that you can do. Do more of the things that you are passionate about and less of the things you “should do”. Be intentional. When each of us owns our authentic power we become comfortable in our own skin and we live our lives fully. Age doesn’t matter. In fact we embrace our age wholeheartedly. We understand that our age has given us so much. Our litmus test for what is true becomes...

Money Magnetism Mindset

The more I learn about money consciousness the more I understand how important our mindset plays a part in whether we attract or repel money. Simply put, what you think about money will determine how much money you will attract. When you are stuck in a mindset of scarcity and lack you will attract more of that in your life. This is simple law of attraction. You will attract what you focus on. So the solution is to shift your focus. Here are 3 powerful ways to start looking at money differently: 1) Change your money story. We all have money stories based on how we perceived the world from a young age. Our stories are what we automatically default to when it comes to our perception of reality around money. Here are some of the things we tell ourselves: Money doesn’t grow on trees Money is at the root of all evil Rich people are scrooges The rich get richer and the poor get poorer I have to work really hard to make alot of money Money makes the world go round The government always has their hand in my pocket In order to change your reality you have to challenge your default perceptions. Ask yourself if believing these thoughts (that are NOT reality) are serving your highest good or not. Then reframe all thoughts that are no longer serving you. So for instance if you reframe the thought “I have to work really hard to make a lot of money” to “How can I work really smart to make alot of money? “, your possibilities will open...

Creating Your Life With Your Whole Heart

The older that I get the more important I believe that it is to live my life full out because even if I am lucky enough to live another 40 years (yup-that would make me 99) I realize how much more precious my time is here on Earth. And I don’t want to squander it by playing small anymore. Been there, done┬áthat and it is borrrring!!! I would much rather embrace life, take chances, enjoy the journey, let go of attachment to the outcome, express my unique spirit in the world, stand in my power, share the best parts of me. What about you? Do you feel that way? I was just listening to an interview with Brene Brown and she touched on this very subject. She calls it living with whole heartedness and she talks about the opposite of this which is living with half heartedness: Half heartedness is when you say to yourself “I won’t put my whole heart into something and I will hedge my bets, so that if I fail I won’t be as hurt”. Brene Brown This of course, is not true. It is fear based thinking-allowing our fear to determine our destiny. It is the stuff that regrets are made of. It also makes us feel as though we somehow robbed ourselves of our own magnificence because we will always wonder…… “What if I would have put my whole heart and soul into something. What might have been? Who might I have become?” Fear of failure is a passion killer and it stops us from owning our magnificence. Of course no one likes...