“My recipe for life is not being afraid of myself, afraid of what I think or of my opinions.” ~Eartha Kitt
Sometimes when people look to improve their lives, they look for a quick fix and let me tell ya…that just ain’t gon’ work!
Think about it like this…let’s get into the mind of a chef.
When a true chef, not your local Mickey D’s burger flipper, wants to make a delicious meal, they have a recipe that they use to make the best damn meal that your taste buds have ever encountered.
They take pride in their selections of organic vegetables, grade “A” meats, succulent fruits, tantalizing herbs, etc. They know that each and every one of these ingredients will come together to make the outcome, well, SUPERB!
Why not take this same process and apply it to your life?
No matter how many psychics you go to, horoscopes you read, or signs from above that you listen to, those things or people will NOT be able to make your life a life full of joy.
You will have to be the one to make that happen! Yes, YOU!
I fully understand this and so I have my “secret sauce” that I use to make my life one full of joy and happiness. (Happiness and Joy are two different things, dontcha know).
We are our own unique individual selves, so what works for me may not work for you. I am simply showing you what it is that I do to make my joy quotient shoot straight through the roof and travel at high speeds toward the cosmos.
My recipe for life includes: Physical, Mental, Spiritual, and Emotional. It’s imperative for me to work on these daily to make a life full of joy.
Physical: Dancing, Stretching, Sex & Orgasms, Eating good food prepared for me, facials, massages, pedicures, Hugging my kids, sleep, meditate.
Mental: Reading!! Writing, setting goals, meditate, brainstorming new ideas, make lists of my strengths, take mental breaks from social media and other complicated things.
Spiritual: Meditate, cast spells/rituals, converse with the Spiritual Realm, light incense or candles, use sage to rid environment of negative energy, practice the art of forgiveness, remain open and receptive, focus on how I am connected to all, spend time in nature.
Emotional: Cry, Laugh, journal, meditate, self-care, find my passions and express them openly, celebrate my wins and learn from my losses, learn to be assertive, focus on my needs and make sure they are met.
This is a short list of what I do to make sure that I am healthy in each area of my life. Health is the true wealth and that wealth is a Joyful Life.
I believe in setting the example, and since I have shared some of mine with you…tell me: What is it that you love to do to bring more joy into your life?