Mami's Back!

I am finally home!  I made it back in record time though I could've done better had FHP not been all over the place.  Didn't they know I had to get back home to blog? Sheesh! Unfortunately, the laundry did not magically fold itself while I was gone and for some strange reason, food gnomes did not refill my refrigerator.  I am not sure how I feel about this.

There is so much to digest after a great day at Bloggy Bootcamp!  I am excited and ready to hit the ground running.  The best part about it was meeting some of the great bloggers I interact with day to day via social media.  They really exist!  And I do too!  I had the privilege of meeting an amazing group of women that (surprise, surprise) are interested in one another's success.  I was most impressed by the good vibes in the room and the genuine feeling of camaraderie.  I cannot wait for next year.  Not sure how I will make it but, I have my eyes set on Vegas!

My big lesson from the conference?  I can do this!  And not only can I do this but, there's help out there if I need it.  Nothing like knowing that you are not alone!

When I got home and checked my email, I found my Daily Reflection from Babyfit (I know I'm not pregnant but I really like their little inspirations so I never unsubscribed).  I thought it was interesting because when I'm doing my dream coaching thing (more on this later) I always start with that question below.  As you all know, I do not believe in coincidences and so, I take this as a sign that I am on the right path.

Far away in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead. - Louisa May Alcott

What would you do if you knew you wouldn't fail? What would you do if you knew you could not fail? What kind of person would you be? What would at typical day look like? There's a reason that star-gazing provokes the most powerful dreams. They're right there for the taking, yet you can't touch them. Their distance only feeds an ability to inspire. Dreams may seem out of reach, but that's not the point of dreams. They're there to be felt, not touched or dissected. What a star is made of is meaningless to a moonlit dreamer. The epic possibilities are what's important. The payoff is not so much in the destination as it is in the journey. By following your dreams, you make their beauty a part of who you are. Your life begins to shine. You become a better person. By chasing that star, you've already captured its magic.

To my fellow bloggers that I met at Bootcamp, thank you for your presence, your energy and your enthusiasm.  To my readers, what would YOU do if you knew you could not fail?