Be open. Be curious. Be a kid. No, really.
Own your experience, but don’t keep repeating it.
Nurture your heart with the intention of healing.
Be trustworthy to attract the like.
Be a magnet for good.
Share good. Pay it forward.
Assume good intentions. Act intentionally good.
Talk about your faith without imposing it on others.
Lean into your weirdness.
Trust what you know: God, angels, guides, fruits and veggies, water, yoga, spices, reading, writing, research, and provable facts.
Love. Dig into love.
Witness the divine feminine, Spirit, nature, trees, and clouds.
Welcome curiosity over judgment, and a slow pace over a winning ego.
Get close to any yoga teacher named Addie who tells the truth about anger—hers, and anything or anyone who helps you evolve.
Honor yourself and your sisters, the ones next to you on the swings of life.
Pump your legs to ride for decades. Sit next to each other. Hold hands.
Laugh. Fly. Experience delight.
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“Lean into your weirdness” …. right on
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Thank you, Mandi!