Aloha Olivia!!Change is always unsettling, yet you have such a great attitude, I am sure things will work out for you - the path of least resistance often leads us to where we're meant to be.Your new venture sounds just great, and focusing on health and well being and removing yourself from all the drama of LH business, can only be a good thing for your soul. What an opportunity!!Keep strong!sending you peace.xox
Wow! A long vaca in Hawaii, and then home to this big change. But as the saying goes... where one door closes another one opens... so after you get used to these changes with not working with LH and that staff, you can work on your own business and develop nice relationships with the people you meet through that. Less drama will be good!And creating more peace in your life will feel so good.Best wishes to you!!Also...you look really pretty in this O.T.V. segment! :)
Thank you, Patti! Aloha! You are absolutely right and I appreciate your support. This is an opportunity; seeing it as such creates space for good things to happen instead of dwelling in regret for good things I am letting go of. Mahalo nui loa, O xxo
Hi, Mary, Thank you so much. Change always involves so much adjustment, even "good" change, right? I appreciate your encouragement and I choose to see it this way too. You know I felt like a witch yesterday when I made that video. I liked how I looked and then when I saw the video, I thought, "Egads that hair! I LOOK like I need some TLC and self-care!!" So thanks for your kind words :) Aloha and mahalo, O xoxo
Welcome back Olivia!Such great changes going on over there! ( I say this with the full knowledge that it is painful but also with the desire to send some hopefulness your way because I know this change may not feel 'great' in the moment and yet may be the best thing that could have happened).Change is hard and can rattle a person to the core. And yet it is also a chance to shed the old and enter in a new start - a new chapter in this part of your life. I am sure you have heard this already and you have expressed it here as well. I just want you to know that I'm thinking about you and praying that it will all become clear to you in the midst of the uncertainty.P.S. I like your hair all grown out!
Welcome back, Olivia. What a transition! You seem to be taking a great attitude to this, and I'm glad you have a new opportunity to pursue too, even though the changes need to be worked through. You look so good too! So, welcome back!
Kristine,Thank you, and I can already see that this change is wonderful in lots of ways although painful. Thank you for your thoughts and prayers---I so appreciate the support. I am getting my hair "cut" today but just to trim up the wildness. I plan to keep it long :) Thanks, Kristine!Blessings and love,O
Imelda, Thanks for the welcome and the kind words. It is a small thing in the scheme of life isn't it---at least it seems so today. Peace and love, O
Olivia,what courage you have to be able to talk about this so soon, Such great advice from everyone. You may look back on this as what an opportunity it was to follow a different path. Less drama in your life will also be great for you of that I am sure.Much love,Kate
Thank you for the affirmation, Kate. You know, I couldn't NOT talk about it, because I'd have to talk AROUND it since it's such a huge giant thing in my life. It would be the Elephant in the Room or Elephant on the Blog if I didn't :) Continued healing and love, O
Olivia, sudden change is scary and painful, but Oh, my gosh, you have so much wisdom in already knowing that this is a blessing. This IS a gift. There is no doubt in my mind that this is a doorway leading away from the chaos and negativity and toward a path of more peace and positivity and wellness for you. Big hug, my friend.
Thank you for the hug and the support, Kelly. Yes, you are right. I really FEEL it more and more each day. All of that. YAY...not knowing where it leads is a bit scary, but not really if I remember to trust that the Universe is good. Blessings and safe travels, O xo
holy taledo, chica. i understand how profound this sort of shift feels. i have been trying to move through the same sort of thing these past several months (not with my husband, but with my x-biz partner and friend). it is not easy to readjust everything over night. maybe even impossible. but, yes, sometimes we have to let go of the drama to make room for something better--to be sure!hang in there. believe in your dreams. NEVER GIVE UP! you are destined for wonderful things. i'm sorry for the difficult nature of this transition (a great understatement, i'm sure)...but you are loved (times a million!). may this unexpected push lead you to something more positive.big hugs,j.
Thank you, sweet Jessie! It has indeed been a rough transition. I appreciate your support and encouragement so much. I miss you, my friend! Hugging you back from far away, O
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