Love Your Heart

 

"You wander from room to room hunting for the diamond necklace that is already around your neck."  Rumi

It all starts right here. Every action you take starts with the love you give to yourself. When you aim to grow love in the world, that love must first be grown in your own heart.

As a part of this Living Love Lifestyle, developing a daily practice of loving your own heart is step one. The love we give to those around us comes from the heart we are responsible for caring for. Loving ourselves truly is the root of where everything begins.

 

Living Love - Kitchen

Our bodies are the only true home we are given in this life. Let's practice love for them in the same way we practice love for others. 

Here you will find delicious, healthy, nutrient dense recipes, from my kitchen to yours.

Living Love - Chemical-Free Home

Once we know better, we should do better. This is my mantra for my life, for my love, and for my health.

Here you will find all of the ways that I have removed harmful chemicals from my home and my life. 

Living Love - Self Care

Each day is a new opportunity to love not just others but yourself. What are you doing today to care for your own heart?

Here you will find my favorite daily self-love and self-care practices.


E-Course - $8

USE TLC INFO - Goal sheets/ Intention setting, printable for mirror, letter, 3 self-love practices ideas - - - 1) bath salt recipe Link to YL (if not into baths, instructions for hot rice sock with lavender) + relaxing 30 min playlist for bath.  3) Define your own worth. Don't allow others expectations/opinions of you to define who you are. 4) create a personal mission statement (Nicole, look this up). 5) Forgive yourself. We humans can be so hard on ourselves. The downside of taking responsiblity for our actions is punishing ourselves too much for mistakes in learning and growing. You have to accept your humanness (the fact that you are not perfect), before you can truly love yourself. Practice being less hard on yourself when you make a mistake. Remember, there are no failures, if you have learned and grown from your mistakes; there are only lessons learned.