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It’s up to us to break generational curses. When they say, ‘It runs in the family,’ you tell them, ‘This is where it runs out.’

Choose people who choose you.

Learn to differentiate between the sound of your intuition guiding you and your traumas misleading you.

Your beliefs don’t make you a better person. Your behavior does.

It’s the small habits. How you spend your mornings. How you talk to yourself. What you read and what you watch. Who you share your energy with. Who has access to you. That will change your life.

You are being presented with two choices: evolve or repeat.

You can’t change the people around you, but you can change the people you choose to be around.

Pick your battles. Nope. That’s too many battles. Put some battles back. Pick fewer battles.

Sometimes deciding who you are is deciding who you’ll never be again.

Look at your daily habits and ask yourself if they are causing you to evolve or revolve. Are you moving forward, or just moving in circles?

We can’t always choose the music life plays for us, but we can choose how we dance to it.

If I waited until I had all my ducks in a row, I’d never get across the street. Sometimes you just have to gather up what you’ve got and make a run for it.

In this life we are all just walking up the mountain, and we can sing as we climb or we can complain about our sore feet. Whichever we choose, we still gotta do the hike. I decided a long time ago singing made a lot more sense.

When things change inside you, things change around you.

Kindness is choosing love over hate, light over darkness, compassion over judgment.

No matter what you do, someone won’t be pleased. Someone will think your choices are wrong. And someone will tell you what should do instead. No matter which path you take, someone will seem to be doing better. Someone will have more than you. And someone else’s life may look more impressive on paper. If you’re being true to yourself, none of that will matter because you’ll have something more satisfying than approval and the illusion of “success”: a life that feels right for you, based on your own wants, needs, values, and priorities.

In the end, people will judge you anyway. So don’t live your life impressing others. Live your life impressing yourself.

It can feel scary to make a big decision knowing that the future is uncertain, but we can’t panic and obsess our way to clarity. Sometimes we simply need to get out of our head and give our heart some space to find the answer.

It’s okay to say no to things that drain you. Show up to what really matters.

Don’t judge people for the choices they make when you don’t know the options they had to choose from.