Faith, Trust and Pixie Dust (Journal Time!)

I recently asked a coworker how she stayed sane while working so many hours.

“Faith, trust and pixie dust,” she replied.

I hadn’t realized that was from Peter Pan until a few nights ago when me and the fam were laying in bed watching it together.

I thought it was interesting that in order to fly, they simply had to think about something they loved or something they really wanted.

They didn’t have to think about how they’d get in the air, or even about flying at all.

By focusing on something wonderful, they allowed it to happen.

Same goes for us in real land.

Pleasant thoughts raise our vibration.

They make us feel good.

And when we feel good, we are flying.

It reminds me of the old Emerson quote,

“Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.”

It’s true.

You won’t accomplish much if you’re not excited about the outcome.

When you are excited and hopeful, the universe will provide the pixie dust.

No questions asked.

(And I’m not talking about the drug)


So for today, write a list of 10 words that make you feel good.

When you’re done, read them out loud, taking note of the word that makes you feel your absolute best.

Make it your theme word for the day.

Let’s say your word is spectacular. Find ways to incorporate the word itself into your day. Jump at the opportunity to use it in sentences.

Deliberately do things that will make you feel spectacular.

Or say, “I am spectacular!  Better recognize.”


You already are.

You don’t even have to try.


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