I believe life is short, but the days are long if you’re not happy with what you’re doing or if you’re uncomfortable in your own skin.
I believe we hold more power over our paths than we typically imagine. Our original circumstances are certainly out of our control, but if we ask the right questions of ourselves, we often find that opportunities to ignite change are plentiful.
I believe laughter and food are both medicine.
I believe that our breathing can be an amazing instrument of change.
When I wake up in the morning, my very first thought is how grateful I am for my health and how excited I am to be spending my day doing what I love. It breaks my heart knowing some people feel nothing but dread from the moment their alarm goes off until their head hits the pillow again.
I believe we often get in our own way, unintentionally, and that the power of human connection can be a magnificent force in helping us shift our perspective.
I believe in my mantra “To know even one life has breathed easier because you’ve lived- this is to have succeeded” (Ralph Waldo Emerson) and hope to help you breathe easier.
I couldn't find a way to incorporate my assistant, Buster, into my manifesto so I'm sharing a photo of him with me to make my introduction complete! (It may not look like it in this photo but I swear he loves me too.)