Category: befree

10 inspirational quotes I love

There are tons of inspirational quotes out there. My favorites combine heart and hustle, mind and soul. And help us remember how much of our life is up to us–that we are powerful, creative, authors of our life story. 10 inspirational quotes I love 1. Respect her hustle. 2. You have two choices: you can…

Dec 23, 2015 · Read More · Comment

They said it couldn’t be done. I did it.

Pouring my Heart in I had a book—this beautiful, heart-warming, touching children’s book. (Not the one I’m currently wrapping up.) I wrote this book and poured my heart into it. It was everything I wished for kids to experience and be immersed in. But, I had no agent. No contacts. No history of working with…

Dec 9, 2015 · Read More · Comment

Think you have to pick one thing? Try this instead.

Brilliant People Some of the most brilliant people I know have at least five talents. They are great at more than one thing. They love more than one thing. Most importantly: they want to do more than one thing. You know why they don’t? They think they can’t. They think they need to have one…

Nov 10, 2015 · Read More · Comment

celebrating Maya Angelou: I Rise

Still I Rise by Maya Angelou You may write me down in history With your bitter, twisted lies, You may trod me in the very dirt But still, like dust, I’ll rise. Does my sassiness upset you? Why are you beset with gloom? ‘Cause I walk like I’ve got oil wells Pumping in my living…

May 28, 2014 · Read More · Comment

what does being free mean to you? walking to the rhythm of my own heartbeat

What does being free mean to you? ‘Being free is living fully alive, having the courage to be present to and open to the abundance life has to offer to me: its pain and wonder, its deepest longings and all its greatest joys. Being free is walking in this world to the rhythm of my…

May 8, 2014 · Read More · Comment

what does being free mean to you? accepting and loving myself

What does being free mean to you? ‘Being free means being able to accept and love myself so that I can extend the same to others.’ Anna, yoga teacher and change agent, Curvy Yoga. The LibreFree Project. Featuring dancers, artists, writers, designers, teachers. Lawyers. Philanthropists. Dreamers and doers. People who inspire us to live free….

May 1, 2014 · Read More · Comment

what does being free mean to you? living wow and loving completely

What does being free mean to you? ‘Living WOW and loving completely.’ Lorie, coach, Master SPARK Creator and Lead Facilitator for the SPARK Essentials Women’s Program, Spark Creations. Introducing the LibreFree Project. Featuring dancers, artists, writers, designers, teachers. Lawyers. Philanthropists. Dreamers and doers. People who inspire us. It’s the way they live, the way they…

Apr 17, 2014 · Read More · Comment

what does being free mean to you? unlimited

What does being free mean to you? ‘My thought of freedom is not achieved yet. I am not certain I will ever have it. Because freedom for me has many dimension and forms.’ Yared, artist Introducing the LibreFree Project. Featuring dancers, artists, writers, designers, teachers. Lawyers. Philanthropists. Dreamers and doers. People who inspire us. It’s…

Apr 10, 2014 · Read More · Comment

what does being free mean to you? honesty and confidence

What does being free mean to you? Ultimately I guess being free is feeling truly ‘whole’. A place of honestly and confidently being exactly who you are. In turn, releasing the desire or thought that you can help others achieve the same or anything else in particular in their lives–just as no one else is…

Apr 3, 2014 · Read More · Comment (2)

what does being free mean to you? flying

What does being free mean to you? ‘I am transformed like a bird in a blue sky.’ Irene, retired French teacher, world traveler, part-time Paris resident, yoga student. Introducing the LibreFree Project. Featuring dancers, artists, writers, designers, teachers. Lawyers. Philanthropists. Dreamers and doers. People who inspire us. It’s the way they live, the way they…

Mar 27, 2014 · Read More · Comment
1 2