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Morning all…Let’s make this a wonderful week full of appreciation and deep gratitude for all that we have.   It is such a joy to be able to look at what is right and what is working in our lives as opposed to what is wrong and what is not working.  Remember, Law of Attraction is like a boomerang..what you focus on or what you are giving out is what comes back to you.  So, wouldn’t you love joy and appreciation and happiness and ease and effortlessness and non-drama and non-trauma to come back to you.  Try feeling Like you won the Lottery.  That feels wonderful..and, as the song says, “Leave Your Worries On the Doorstep,”  Life can be so sweet on the Sunny Side of the Street.

Big Hugs,

Christine Marie

p.s.  Put on your calenadar the Clutterfly Effect Weekend starting on Friday May 17th with an AMPED UP AMP IT UP! and then we are doing a clearing the clutter weekend.  It’s a celebration for our release of our book “The Clutterfly Effect-Tweek Your Way to Total Transformation by Decluttering Your Life.”  There will be contests, prizes, and much fun:)

A little bit of this and a little bit of that and The Clutterfly Effect Festival !!!

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Hello Lovelies,

The promise of spring is truly in the air!  The greens couldn’t be more vivid.  It’s good to be alive.

I was counseling a woman last week who was overburdened by her debt.  It was the first thing on her mind in the morning and it was the last thing on her mind before she went to sleep.  Now, that is some bookends one can do without!

However, she has been doing so much better and making real progress.  She said in session last week that she no longer has the cravings or the need to buy.  She stated that she’s beginning to love nature and she would rather be in nature than in a mall!    I consider that real movement and real healing.  Rejoice!

There is nothing more prosperous than nature.  Try counting blades of grass or leaves on the tree.  The flow of the river is extremely powerful.  I love the birds that gather round our birdfeeder every morning.  They’re not worried where their next meal is coming from.  Nature is plentiful and nature can be enough.

Join us in May for our Cluttterfly Effect Festival..May 17th, 18th and 19th, 20th and then the Launch of our book The Clutterfly Effect on the 21st!!  Talk about fun!  Prizes, Bonuses, Gifts, Spring Cleaning and plenty of rock and roll! More to come on that..

We have two awesome interviews this week with authors Linda Binns and Jacqueline Richards.  We chat about energy and money and debt and prosperity…you can hear them at bbsradio.com. on Life With the Girlfriends..

Have an amazng week

Christine Marie

I Guarantee You’ll Like These Odds..

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This week on Life With The Girlfriends, Julie and I chatted about a chapter in our new book that’s being released this month. (finally)..The Clutterfly Effect.   This chapter is called the goal-den hour.  It’s a short-ish chapter but it is one of the most powerful.

The goal-den hour is based on the idea that one hour of interior or spiritual work is equal to ten hours of exterior work.  Deepak Chopra speaks to this idea.  Dr. Wayne Dyer talks about this.  Tony Robbins call this time his hour of power.  We call it our bookends to our day.  Whatever you may call it, know that it is important to your goals and overall well-being, as well.

I’m not a gambler but I love these odds.  One hour of interior or spiritual work is equal to ten hours of exterior work.  I heard Oprah talk about this in terms of alignment.  Getting into alignment with your goals and dreams and well-being is absolutely important.  So many of us spend time daily going in the opposite direction.  We have negative thoughts, we spend time fantasizing worse case scenarios, instead of spending that time getting into alignment.

So what’s in the goal-den hour?  Here are some ideas.  Inspirational and motivational reading.  Harlequin Romance novels don’t count ;o)..What about journaling?  Not a diary of your day’s activities, but a journal of what is going on spiritually and emotionally with you and the drection you are headed.  Affirmations are really great inside the goal-den hour.  Affirmations in the right direction.  How many times during the day do we affirm, “I’m such a loser-I can’t do anything right!”  Switch it to, “Every day in every way I’m gettng better and better.”  Or, whatever works for you.  Visualizations are awesome.  How about a visualization where you meet your awesome future self?  She lays it all out for you on how you gotto your dream and goals!

There’s plenty of fun and inspiring things that can go inside your goal-den hour.  Appreciation and gratitude work is important.  Remember, what we appreciate, appreciates.  How about some forgiveness work?  I know a couple who prays for an hour before bedtime.  Whatever works for you.

Get inside the goal-den hour and see how it can begin working for you.  One hour of interior work is equal to ten hours of exterior work.  I guarantee you will like those odds!!

Also, we had a wonderful interview with Sandy Alemian.  She is the author of the book “What was God Thinking?”  Sandy shares in her book, not only her challenges, but those of so many, around the themes of loss, relationships, finances, fear, truth and self-esteem.  She shares her life on these pages, and lets God lovingly bring her back to a place where fear doesn’t exist.

 

Christine Marie

author of The Clutterfly Effect

co-host of Life WIth The Girlfriends

The Little Shop Said Closed for Remodeling

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My husband had to pick up some papers in Freeport this week.  I made the drive with him because I wanted to stop at one of my favorite candle stores.  As I approached the store, I saw a big red sign that said “closed.”  My heart sank.  Then I saw the rest of the sign.  It said, “Closed for Remodeling.”

I was instantly relieved.  Freeport has been hard hit by the economy and I thought my little hand made candle shop had been hit as well.  However, it was just closed for remodeling.  It’s not a no from the universe–it’s a not now.

It’s not a bad idea to consider being closed for remodeling in our own lives.  Taking some time off to rethink, re-imagine, refocus what’s going on in our lives, can be a really good thing.  In business, it’s good to take inventory.  You get to see what you have, what your missing, and what you’d like to have.

In your personal life, it may be time to be closed for remodeling for a while.  Maybe you want to change directions, revise your course or just do some major or minor interior or exterior decoration.  Everyone gets a chance to reinvent themselves.  Switch the decor up a wee bit.  Prepare for an upgrade.

With spring finally here, it may be an awesome idea for you and me to do a little remodeling.  It could be some physical remodeling.  It could be the remodeling of our business.  It could be the remodeling of our dreams.

Sometimes our dreams get stale.  It may be time to dust them off or shake them up or even grow them up.  Either way, this spring let’s consider being closed a bit for remodeling–or at the very least a really good spring cleaning.

xoxo

Christine Marie

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