All posts tagged: Love

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Almond Butter Maple Granola Bars + Faith and Miracles

Hi Friends! Today, I have a miraculous story to share with you! It might just be my most powerful post yet, because the story is also accompanied with these Almond Butter Maple Granola Bars! Yay! If you follow me on the Wellness to Go Facebook page, you may have noticed on Saturday night that I posted about having clumsily spilled water onto my mac laptop and how it immediately shut down. My laptop, that had all of my work, and files, and photos, on it had died. After recovering from the shock and tears and the panic of wiping my laptop as dry as I could, I tried reviving it but it wouldn’t turn on. Little did I know that this event held a spiritual lesson for me to learn within the next few days. So the next day, I took my laptop to the technician, and he opened the cover of the bottom of my laptop and told me to leave it open and standing to dry near a heater over the weekend. He …

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How to LOVE your work without letting in RUN YOUR LIFE

I was typing away and editing the photos for the Maple Almond Butter Granola Bars on Thursday night, which was scheduled for the usual Saturday recipe post. Unfortunately the writing and editing did not last long. My clumsy self accidentally tipped the open water bottle that was next to me and the water spilled all over my keyboard. Within a fraction of a second my laptop shut down. I was mortified. I panicked and I think hyperventilated as I desperately wiped the water in between the A G H K I S P J K keyboard keys and felt tears welling up.  I tried pressing the on button again, but of course my laptop that had been faithfully with me for the past 7 or 8 years or so just died. You might think it’s funny how attached I am to my mac laptop, but it has been through A LOT with me. It was there when I made my first unpublished fantasy novel entitled Metamorphosis way back when I was in high school, it’s been there with me through all of the late nights …

On setting goals and going after them

Nature’s teachings in telling us to let go I’m going to share a little story today about something i did when I was a kid. Something you might not know about me is that during my primary years at school, I had a chance of living in California between grades 2 -4. For a part of my stay there, I had lived in this small quiet town of Temecula. When it was Spring / Summer, I used to take this path way that went through a wide landscape of greenery. In the corners of the path there would these thick bushes of dandelions bursting up from the grounds. On the days that it was windy, I used to stop and see how the wind would blow across the bush and some of the thin long leaves would detach from the dandelion and get carried, scattered by the wind. I had a thought once and asked myself, ‘Hmm, where do these dandelions seedlings go?’ On some days when I was feeling rather playful, I would crouch …