Is Today the Day?

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A new week is upon us. Are you greeting it with excitement or dread? It seems a lot of people go into their Monday’s missing the weekend that just passed and already looking for the weekend to come. Now don’t get me wrong, I love weekends as well, but I have come to appreciate each day for what it brings. I start my mornings off in appreciation and I end my day in appreciation. Some days there is so much to appreciate that I’m giddy with excitement. Other days I have to dig a little deeper to remind myself that yes, even in contrast, there are many things to appreciate about the day.  How will you move through your day?

Moving forward into your day, I encourage you to play the what if game….

What if today is the day that I receive some really good news?

What if today is the day I get that promotion I’ve been dreaming about?

What if today is the day I meet the man or woman of my dreams?

What if today is the day I find something that I thought was lost forever?

What if today is the day you truly felt forgiveness in your heart and felt forgiven?

What if today is the day I hear I’ve been accepted into college?

What if today is the day…. (fill in the blank with something you are dreaming about)?

Today could very well be that day that you receive the magical and miraculous news you’ve been dreaming about.  Get excited about it. Ask for it. Plan for it. Be grateful for it. The more you can stay in a space of wonder and imagination, the more possibilities of you receiving sweet messages to remind you that indeed…today IS that day. It IS the day right here and now, so spend as much of it as possible in a place of knowing you deserve a daily dose of magic and miracles.

Until next time, today is precious – just like you. x


I expect magic and miracles to show up today.

Words to Live By:

“Yesterday’s the past, tomorrow’s the future, but today is a gift. That’s why it’s called the present.”  ~ Bil Keane

“Yesterday is but today’s memory, and tomorrow is today’s dream.” ~ Khalil Gibran

“One of the most tragic things I know about human nature is that all of us tend to put off living. We are all dreaming of some magical rose garden over the horizon instead of enjoying the roses that are blooming outside our windows today.” ~ Dale Carnegie


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