Physical Health

The Health Benefits of Changing Your Life

The Health Benefits of Changing Your Life

This was the moment I got serious about doing my work. This is the moment I was willing to invest whatever amount of time, energy or resources I needed to heal myself. I found a new counselor, started attending mindfulness and meditation retreats, changed my diet, ended relationships, stopped lying to myself and started telling the whole truth (even if it hurt people’s feelings), journaled, prayed, and cried. After months of hard work, things started to change. As a matter of fact, things changed drastically. Change occurred in every area of my life. I had hopeful and positive thoughts, I felt better, and I connected to the God within myself.

Removing the Weeds

Removing the Weeds

Get out of the weeds! Staying angry about the past will negatively affect your life. Weed the shoulda, coulda, woulda’s from your emotional garden. If you want to grow the emotional flowers of love, acceptance, joy, peace, and abundance you must pull the weeds of anger, disappointment, and judgement from your life. Weeding is hard work. Gordon B. Hinckley reminds us, “Without hard work nothing grows but the weeds.”

B. Well Celebrates One Year!

B. Well Celebrates One Year!

Thank you for your love, light, references, positivity, and all the opportunities you send to B. Well.I am amazed and humbled. I am grateful. Thank you for trusting us to serve you. Here's to the manifestation of a vision! Here we GROW!

Thoughts on Independence

Thoughts on Independence

Relationships should be symbiotic. We are all created to give, and to receive. To care, and to be cared for. To love, and to be loved. It is not powerful to not need anything from anyone. You cannot create relationships if you have no needs. You cannot create love without having a need for it.