Fiercely Free Friday

How many of you take time to nurture your emotional, physical, mental, and spiritual well-being? Do you realize nurturing ourselves is essential to living a happy, healthy, and abundant life? When you may have neglected yourself, consider what you thought and felt. It is necessary to realize that there are consequences when you forget to pause and take time out for you.


To make room for a level of peace that inspires requires that our minds are free of all unwanted anxiety. We must free our minds of clutter for God's perfect peace to take residence in our lives. Decluttering our mental spaces is an absolute Godsend in that it empowers you to get rid of even the residue of things that weigh you down and consume your time and energy. Making intentional room for peace enables you to use time wisely to embrace the life God desires for us entirely.


To find greater peace, there is value in knowing when to engage and when to disengage. When we take moments to pause, we are empowered to see the path that can help us to reclaim a productive life. Finding greater peace allows us to spend our time on the things that matter most to us while dismantling the lie that taking time to pause will diminish our productivity. My Sisters, commit to nurturing yourself and to honoring who you are to find a greater level of peace.


Fiercely Free Spiritual Wellness Affirmation

'I give myself permission to be more productive and peaceful, creating a practice of meaningful moments by making room for peace that inspires.'


6 Spiritual Wellness Ingredients

  1. Set limits.

  2. Take pause moments.

  3. Declutter your mind.

  4. Accept and let go.

  5. Be intentional with Me-Time moments.

  6. Focus on one thing at a time!

Call to Action

Based on your body's story, be honest about what brings you peace that empowers you to purposely integrate one of the fierce Spiritual Wellness ingredients that nurture your MIND, BODY, and SPIRIT.



'Join the 'Me-Time Movement!'

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