Well, my lovelies, we are halfway through this series! I am halfway through my 31-Day writing challenge, and you are halfway through 31 Days to Raise Your Vibration. If you’re just joining us here on the blog, you can catch up on all the posts so far by clicking here.
I really want to know how it’s going so far with all of you! Have you tried any of the ideas? Which ones resonate, and which ones don’t? If you’ve put some of the tips into practice, how do you feel? This whole journey is about feeling better–not the fleeting “better” we feel when we numb out with things that aren’t good for us–but the deeper kind, the kind that sticks. There is a place inside us that is pure joy, and our goal is to learn to live there, so that all of our thoughts, feelings, beliefs and actions flow from that inner spring of bliss. Please share your thoughts about all this in the comments!
Today I want to share some of my favorite blogs with you. These are beautiful, high vibe blogs that have been very influential in my own journey.
The Tao of Dana. Dana Claudat is a feng shui consultant and expert with a smart, down-to-earth, and positive writing style. Her blog is dripping with gorgeous photos and tons of practical information about creating a beautiful, high-energy home and life. Feng shui is one of my passions, and I’ll be writing about it regularly here at S&S. But it doesn’t come easily to me! I need experts like Dana to guide me and I’ve learned so much from her. I’m currently taking one of her online courses–Cash Camp–and it’s worth every penny.
Gala Darling. Don’t you just love her name? Gala is the high priestess of radical self-love, and her blog is the first place I ever heard of that concept. I took one of her courses and learned how to make my very own Radical Self-Love Bible. She writes about self-love and empowerment, magic, beauty, travel, and creating an extraordinary, authentic life.
Deliberate Receiving. Melody Fletcher’s tagline is “Where the Law of Attraction finally makes some freakin’ sense.” Seriously, nobody explains it better than Melody. She’s hilarious, super smart, and about as far from woo-woo as you can get. In her blog posts, coaching calls and videos, she tackles the really tough, sticky questions that skeptics and intelligent people everywhere (rightfully) ask about the Law of Attraction. Her current post addresses the question “Why do children have to suffer and die?” So, yeah. She doesn’t shy away from the hard topics. I highly recommend her blog and her new book, which has 5 stars on Amazon for a reason.
Enchanting the Day. From non-woo to very woo (I love it all, and everything in between), we have Tess Whitehurst. Tess is also a feng shui consultant, but she approaches it from a magical, witchy direction. She has written several books on feng shui and natural magic and her blog is packed with tons of information on positive and magical living, going all the way back to 2010. Her book The Art of Bliss is one of my absolute favorites.
Rebecca Campbell. Rebecca’s message is simple: “Follow what lights you up and you’ll light up the world.” That’s what I’m trying to do with this blog. Anyone who is trying to do that is, by definition, a lightworker. Her terrific book Light is the New Black is a guide to answering your soul’s calling, living in alignment with your purpose and turning on your own unique light. Her beautiful blog is full of posts and videos to encourage us all to do just that.
There’s enough darkness and negativity in the world. Let’s be lights instead. I hope that this blog and the ones listed above will help inspire us to shine!
See you tomorrow for Day 16.