Heal Your Abundance Blocks

Stop Feeling "Not Enough" & Live a Full, Rich Life

Receive as Much as You Give & Build a Legacy of Love

Quiet Your Inner Critic!

Feel your heart ignited and your mind calmed with my free 5 minute guided meditation:

Latest From Lisa

Stop Feeling Not Enough as a Mom

How many of you self-critical moms are looking for more confidence and patience? I am with you! I think too often we as moms go on social media or chat with friends with the intention of feeling seen, heard, validated, and "enough", but we end up comparing ourselves,...

Discover Your Dominant “Clair”

How do you process energy and intuitive nudges? The more you understand how you connect to your intuition, the easier it is to recognize thoughts of "lack" and "not enough" when they pop up. It also becomes much easier to build your trust in a supportive, abundant,...

Journal Prompts for Clarity

Are you struggling to find clarity on what really matters to you? Confusion, comparison, and pressure from others can leave you feeling stressed, uncertain, and frustrated. This is especially common with sensitive, spiritual women, particularly those who are here to...

Build Better Boundaries Now

In this week's nudge, I am referencing my book Opening Up, chapter 17, page 76 and teaching you an easy way to build better boundaries. As spiritual, self-critical mom, you are likely very generous with your nurturing energy. Healing others lights you up, and it feels...

Socialize With Me!

A challenge I can get behind!
π‘Ύπ’Šπ’•π’‰ 𝒂𝒍𝒍 𝒕𝒉𝒆 π’π’†π’ˆπ’‚π’•π’Šπ’—π’Šπ’•π’š 𝒐𝒖𝒕 𝒕𝒉𝒆𝒓𝒆, 𝒍𝒆𝒕'𝒔 𝒅𝒐 π’”π’π’Žπ’†π’•π’‰π’Šπ’π’ˆ π’‘π’π’”π’Šπ’•π’Šπ’—π’†!
Share your black and white pic in the comments below, feel free to tag the other beautiful ladies you love, and let's see those resilient, smiling faces!
You are loved πŸ’™

Today marks five years since my dad passed away, so we had a little "re-birthday" party for him. We also included my grandpa Bill, dad's dad, whose birthday was Jan. 4th.
These girls definitely lift my spirits on days like this and I know my dad would just love them.
How do you celebrate or honour those you've lost? Any special traditions? πŸ’™

My dad's favourite NHL team was the Detroit Red Wings. When he was dying, I told him he better send me signs and we agreed that red birds would be one of them.
Last week I joined an online tutorial and painted this beauty. He doesn't look nearly as realistic as the one the teacher painted, but I like how he looks mischevious and playful. πŸ™‚
I hung this in Autumn's room, as Zoey already has an owl painting (Grandpa Owl/Al).
What do you think?
Now both of my girls have painting to remind them of their Grandpa, who always watched over them.
What are the most common angel signs your loved ones send you?

#angels #angelsigns #signsfromheaven #departedlovedones #gonebutnotforgotten #grief #spiritualhealing

This season is not always easy, and this year has touched all of us with challenges and grief.
I am hoping that - even if your heart is breaking or you are struggling - you can find the simple moments of joy and peace. πŸ’™
Sending you love, faith, and wishes for a lighter and brighter 2021. πŸ’Œ
Love, Lisa

A beautiful angel from an angel of a mother. πŸ’œ
If you've read my second book, "Leap!" you know that today is usually a hard day for me, but not this year.
This year, we are shifting to celebration, happy remembrance, and anticipation for all the new that is unfolding in the world.
This angel is the perfect sign of hope, beauty, and grace.
What signs of hope have lifted you up this season?
Sending you big love as we head into an extremely powerful solstice. πŸ’™

We made an activity jar this weekend to help me stay sane in the cold and lonely weeks ahead.
Check out my latest blog (link in bio) for the simple steps to create your own!

These two were sooo excited that the bows on their toy presents matched.
Seriously, the amount of joy they had over these plastic bows was incomprehensible for me! 🀯
It reminded me that, even though we are in lockdown and this year has been a total shitshow, there is a lot of joy to be found in the simple things. πŸ’—
So, in the hopes of tapping into that joy and giving my kids a truly magical Christmas, I am going to be detoxing from social media for a while and likely not on here as much in the weeks ahead.
Taking care of my mental health and tapping into just an ounce of that silly, simple joy is my goal.
Wish me luck!
And happy holidays to all of you beautiful peeps! πŸŽ„
Hang in there - the winter solstice will bring a lifting of some of the heavy energies we have been feeling. πŸ’™

Current mood. ...

Last month of the year and my goal is to simply survive it.
And that's okay. πŸ’™

Sending warm hugs to all of you as we navigate this intense full moon. πŸ’™
Hang in there beauties! πŸ’—

One month until Christmas!
My three books can be wrapped with a personalized note and sent directly to those you love!
Ebook and audiobook versions are also available.
Comment below or message me for details! πŸ’™

My sweet angels πŸ’— ...

Who are you remembering this Christmas? ...

Caption this! πŸ’™ ...

Join me in sending some peace-filled energy to the US today and for the days ahead.

Choose your battles!
This is a reminder to let the little shit go and focus your attention on the big priorities.
Today, that means Halloween candy for breakfast, relaxing after a tiring time change, and letting the girls make a mess as they play.
What battles are you surrendering to today?

As if my kids won't be sugared up and crazy enough, 2020 hands us the second full moon of October tomorrow night. β €
Batten down the hatches! πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈπŸ€·β€β™€οΈπŸ™πŸŽƒ

There is so much to be thankful for.
Despite the challenges of raising kids while living in a pandemic, there is so much beauty around us.
May your plates and cups overflow today!
What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving?

*REDISCOVERING MYSELF* We have been off the grid for the last two weeks, enjoying time as a family and taking a trip to the mountains. Kyle and I had a couple nights sans kids and it was amazing!
I honestly forgot how nice it is to miss my girls, to have someone else cook and clean, and to escape the day to day monotony of motherhood.
This photo is at Vermillion Lakes, with the gorgeous view of Mount Rundle, where we spread my dad's ashes over 4 years ago.
I wanted a photo with all four of us as I feel my dad's energy pushing me to embrace my little family even more and to let go of the sadness and identity crisis that his death and my daughters' births has brought on.
Becoming a mom can really shake up your sense of self, and I have had the additional pain of grief weighing me down. This break has helped me let go of some of that heaviness, and given me the courage to really start asking the tough questions about what truly matters to me as I move forward? What do I want to create? What do I want to do with this one precious life? What legacy do I want to leave for my girls?
I'm determined to tackle these questions and share that journey with you beautiful souls. I know a lot of you are experiencing that same sense of "lost", especially if you have littles.
Let's take the time to rediscover ourselves together, one day and one question at a time.
Sending you big love
πŸ’™ Lisa

Reach Out

Your Details

Let me know how to get back to you.

Why are you reaching out?

Please let me know so I can better assist you.

How can we help?

Feel free to ask a question or simply leave a comment.