Emerge Unstoppable in 2011!

Emerge Unstoppable in 2011! That's my mission this year. Join me as I blog about life during divorce, raising a three year old, and the fight to live one's dream of being a writer, a graphic designer, a prayerfully a success at it all.

Tuesday, August 23, 2011


Yesterday I clued you in on what I want to do with my life, a challenge set forth by W. Gary Gore in his book, Navigating Change. Here is what I said: 

I want to be a positive example of a mother, a friend, a leader (in that order). I want to empower and inspire the people in my life and those who I reach, to be their best selves. I want to experience ultimate joy, selflessness, wealth, success and security for both myself and my daughter through my actions (after all that is all I can control). I want to enjoy the benefit of spiritual peace and abundance.

I think what I want to do with my life sounds fair, certainly reasonable, and very doable. But then he asks why this is important to know. Well...

I may be jumping of the same cliff all of his students have before me, but I think it's important to know this so I can point myself in the direction of what I want and start my journey.

Here I go...

My Current Daily Reading List:
  • Simple Abundance – A Daybook of Comfort and Joy by Sarah Ban Breathnach (AM)
  • Navigating Change by W. Gary Gore (AM)
  • The 9 Steps to Financial Freedom by Suze Orman (AM)
  • Praying Our Goodbyes by Joyce Rupp (PM)
  • Think: Straight Talk for Women to Stay Smart in a Dumbed-Down World by Lisa Bloom (PM)
  • Audio: Lord of the Flies written and read by William Golding (PM)

I encourage you to pick up a life-changing book today


  1. Great reading list. For financials, I also recommend Sound Mind Investing. We've followed their newsletter and recommendations for years!
    I just started Organizing from the Inside Out by Morganstern.

  2. Thanks for the additions to the list Debbie. I will check them out. Thanks for stopping by. I hope you have a terrific day! - Lindy

  3. Great list! I think you are on a very good path.

  4. Thanks Tami. I appreciate your support. - Lindy