There’s something about a train track that makes me think of the endless possibilities in our lives. It’s as simple as choosing the possibility you want and making every day count because every single day is a gift from our Heavenly Father and we don’t know how many He is going to give us!
This past year and a half has been a wonderfully intense time of personal growth for me. I have made the tiniest changes (some huge) to my mindset and as hullabaloo as it might sound I honestly feel transformed. The clarity and relief that my heart feels can’t even be described! This has taken a lot of self focus and while in many ways that has required selfishness, the journey I am on is ultimately not for “me”. I want to fix what once was the inner destruction of my mind so that I ultimately can forget entirely about myself and be there for others in a way I never really could be before. Because if you can’t help yourself you really can’t help others (as much as you may want to).
Did you know that your mind controls your every day and the life that we personally live? To accomplish anything you MUST tackle your mind first. If you cannot imagine or visualise something you will not be able to do it. And most important of all, if you do not believe it in your heart it will never be a truth in your life.
This sunshine yellow midi skirt was purchased in the Spring and as much as I love it, I haven’t had the chance to wear it much. It was perfect for a Sunny Sunday and as cheesy as it sounds the color of it actually brought me joy. Yellow to me represents happiness, it’s such a bright and cheery color! As you probably already know fashion is a BIG passion in my life but I am even more passionate about women ~in particular~ who are struggling to love themselves. My WHY is the driving force behind this blog because it took 27 years of my life to truly appreciate the woman that God made me to be and I want to help and encourage all women to do exactly the same thing!
I can’t express the honor I feel to whomever drops in to my humble little blog. Thanks a million times over! And thank you for listening to a few of my thoughts, XO, Emmarie.