Saturday, January 31, 2015

A New Life

This is a sweet note that I received from a friend and reader, Virginia - 

I moved to Oregon from California to start a new life.  With no family and friends in the area, no job, and the constant "grey" of the Pacific Northwest in the winter - it has been a challenge.

I read an article about your program from the California publication - Law of Attraction.  I have been giving away a dollar a day for a month now and it has changed my life.  It's really not about the money.  It's about gratitude.  All I needed was to be able to "give back" to the universe in some way for all the blessings in my life.  Thank you.  

I bless the dollar and the individual who locates it prior to dropping it off.  Today I tucked the dollar inside one of those free apartment listing/magazine stands.  May the blessings be!

Awesome... thank you Virginia!!

Saturday, January 17, 2015


I was wondering this morning...

Did Give Away A Dollar A Day bring me the abundance that I was asking for, through God and through the Universe?  Or, was it the other way around?  Did it open me up to the abundant flow that was already there all along?

My heart knows the answer.  It was the later.

So i
nstead of asking for God to bring you more of what it is that you desire, know that it is already there for you. Your job is to open up to it, to step forward into it, and to come to that which has already been given to you!

Try this as an affirmation or statement of intention:  I open up to receive and take in the ____ that is already flowing in my life right now!

Complete your intention with what it is that you desire right now.  Is it love?  Is it prosperity?  Is it peace?  Is it joy?

Open up to it.  It is here for you, right now.



Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Giving Away in Greece

We just got back from our vacation in Greece. It was wonderful!!

I did give away a few Euros here and there, but this one was a little extra. We left a tip in one of our hotels, with a 5 euro bill, and a note saying, "efharisto poli". That means "thank you" in Greek.

I hope it really meant something for the cleaning crew that took care of our room!