Going through a rough patch right now? Me too…

It’s been a few months since I’ve sat down to write. I’ve been going through some very uncomfortable but necessary growth and change for the past few months which I know you can relate to if you’re alive!

My 82 year old aunt who lived alone across the country fell and became unable to take care of herself.

My mom and I spent some unforeseen time and money this summer traveling to help her get back to the East coast where we live. I’m so grateful we were able to help her, and there is still a long road ahead.

There are other challenges we are handling now as well, but I’m not complaining. Life is always what we make of it.

It’s comforting to know that you, like me, are always ebbing and flowing with your self-love and self-care practices in order to feel more love (which leads to better and better health) every day, both toward yourself and the world regardless of what is going on in our lives.

Sometimes life throws things at us that seem insurmountable, but I’ve learned that even in the face of circumstances that scare the hell out of me me, that make me cry and feel like I’ll never see the other side, defaulting to my practices of self-love supports my knowing that I’ve gotten through MANY seemingly insurmountable experiences in my life so far, and this one is no different.

I just have to keep moving – just keep taking the next small step no matter how much I want to hide under the covers.

Five minutes of journaling here, ten minutes of meditation there, keeping myself hydrated, going outside, putting my feet in the grass and feeling the sun on my face.

These are just a tiny fraction of the multitude of self-love practices that we all have to choose from to keep ourselves grounded.

Thank you for your willingness to join me in practice and “love yourself to health” in order to spread more love to your family, friends, and into the world.

What I will be teaching and sharing moving forward will be even more dialed in to practicing love which undoubtedly and unequivocally affects every aspect of your health positively.

Love is a necessary daily practice just like brushing your teeth, and is the foundation of all wellness – mind, body, and spirit.

Through many years of my own experience and guiding thousands of others through the transformative experience of living into love, I’ve found that the wide variety of ways we can choose to practice self-love each day truly dictates our quality of our lives and the quality of our relationships, and small changes in your daily self-love practices will absolutely cause massive positive outcomes in all areas of your life.

The level of health and happiness we feel every day is directly proportional to the amount of self-love we are willing to practice.

Practicing love is a skill, a habit like any other. There is no perfect, only practice.

So, with that in mind, let’s choose to be more loving this week, both toward ourselves and others, because you deserve it and the world needs as much love as it can get.

Love, Daniele 🙂

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