Intention 11.19 (Thanksgiving Week)


Here is your Intention for the week!

As a member of the Radiant & Abundant Community, I am committed to serving you on your wellness journey in as many ways as I can!Use these intentions each week to help you find focus on your wellness and kickstart your week with a driven and motivated mindset. 

Begin each week in a positive way.

This week's intention is to help you ease stress, worry, and anxiety during this holiday season. Simply be present! I know there is a lot of planning involved in creating a beautiful Thanksgiving day with family and friends, but it shouldn’t cause you stress or anxiety.

I have been struggling with this the past week as family members have been reaching out to plan a day that over a week away. With my own to do list growing I have had to practice being patient and present. I know that I feel better when I get things done rather than talking about it in circles or planning it for weeks. So this week my intention is to be PRESENT. In effort to stop worrying about what is to come or what needs to be done in the days ahead.

The last thing I want is for these weekly intentions to get lost in your inbox.

To help prevent that, I have made downloadable PDFs of each intention for you!

Save them to your desktop.
Put them on your phone.
Add them to your journal or planner.
Tape them to your bathroom mirror or your front door.

Put them somewhere you will see them frequently throughout the week this will make it easier for you to keep this weeks intention in mind.


I would love to hear about your experience with intentions or even better some intentions you have set for yourself! 

I want to continue to serve you in the best way possible, please let me know how else I can help you achieve your goals.

Please reply to this email with your story!

Have a wonderful week!

Love & Gratitude,


“Unease, anxiety, tension, stress, worry — all forms of fear — are cause by too much future, and not enough presence. Guilt, regret, resentment, grievances, sadness, bitterness, and all forms of non-forgiveness are caused by too much past, and not enough presence.” - Eckhart Tolle