Accountability Tip 69 – Stay Connected

Accountability Tip 69: Stay Connected

Our Accountability Tip this week is committing to staying connected to family. We encourage you to take whatever moments you can and make them memorable. You may not be able to visit that special someone in person but make a phone call, a video chat or face time. It is not how much but the quality of time you spend.


Sunflower Field

We live about 140 miles from our parents. Sometimes it is difficult to coordinate our schedules and make the trip. But, our commitment has been for my sister and I to go at least once monthly even if it’s only a one-day turn around.
Today was the day, so off we went, road trip to Indiana. Sometimes our families go and sometimes we travel alone. Today we brought my husband so he could drive back another vehicle.

We met our father in a neighboring town and he said he had something for us to see. We ended up taking the back roads back to the house and we came upon fields of the most beautiful sunflowers you ever imagined. Row after row, these gorgeous flowers were stretching their sunflower faces towards the sun. It was amazing to see my dad and sister taking pictures, laughing and enjoying these beautiful sunflowers. Yes, one mysteriously made it to the car and continued our journey with us. Dad laughed and said I was going to get you the flower, but your sister brought the whole stem. The flower is almost as tall as her, chuckling as he got back into the car. This story I am sure will be told in many variations for a long time.

We finally made it to the house where my mom had prepared a feast fit for queens. All I can say is “there is no place like home.” My mom shows love through her cooking, and despite going through a rough year with her health; she has managed to hold on to her “A” game as it pertains to the magic that comes from her kitchen. Truly “it was all good.”

We did a few chores and before we knew it the time had come to depart. We loaded up our cars, said our goodbyes and headed home with joy in our heart, contentment and memories. It might not have been the most weather perfect day and it wasn’t a prime weekend but we were creating great memories.

So commit to visiting your family and friends on a regular basis. Although it takes time, but it is time well spent enjoying the people you love.
Much love, many blessings…Namaste!!! Sheila

Transformation Quote: Fall Equinox

Transformation Quote: Fall Equinox

Spring passes and one remember one’s innocence.

Summer passes and one remembers one’s exuberance.

Autumn passes and one remembers one’s reverence.

Winter passes and one remembers one’s perseverance.”

Transformation Quote

Transformation Quote

Transformation Quote 27: Fall Equinox


Transformation Quotes: I believe

Transformation Quotes will change your life. Each day read positive words and affirmations to strengthen your spirit. ” I believe in the sun even when it is not shining. I believe in love even when feeling it not. I believe in God even when he is silent.” Jewish Prayer

Transformation Quote 25: Jewish Prayer


Catch Hell, Don’t Hold It

Accountability Tip 67 – Catch hell, don’t hold it

The lyrics “Catch Hell, Don’t Hold It” by Ron Kenoly is the title of this weeks post.

This week ‘s challenge is a call to action; walk by faith, standing in fear and sinking in despair is not an option. Everyday we face challenges that test our resolve. Situations and circumstances can and will paralyze us with fear if we allow it.It is our charge to awaken the awesome power of faith that lies within us. Faith is action, it is fluid, it requires movement even if that movement is simply imagining and believing a more positive outcome. Believing for your highest good or better.

The lyrics of a song by Ron Kenoly say, “if you catch hell don’t hold it and when you are going through hell don’t stop.” This song reminds me that fear will come my way but it is important to release it and keep moving away from its clutches.

We were all encouraged, by this years National Little League World Series winners. Chicago’s Jackie Robinson West Southside’s; proved that when you put fear aside and believe, you can achieve a dream of a lifetime. Practice after practice, game after game and win after win led them to be heralded as National Champions. They touch the heart of their city, state and nation impacting little league organizations everywhere.

What fear is holding you back from your next accomplishment? Who is not receiving your help? Where are you not going? Who are you not loving? What are you not giving? Who and what are you not standing up and protecting?

Make your list. Find a book, friend or professional organization to help you overcome these fears. Send us questions here at Dr. SheLution we know a little about a lot things, maybe we can help or direct you. Remember fears paralyze end dreams; however reaching out for help makes your aspirations endless.

Choose to move ahead in faith believing that you make a difference. Your faith move today may make the difference in your living tomorrow.


Much love, Many blessings…Namaste!!! Sheila

I Love You

Accountability Tip 66 – I Love You
A few years ago while reading some books by Louise Hay we learned about mirror work. This is where you look at yourself in the mirror and you say to yourself “I love you.” This simple act when repeated day after day opens you up to the vulnerable feelings and thoughts you have about yourself. Initially you may feel embarrassed or downright silly. But, if you have any hope of truly loving someone or anything else it starts with you. You will learn that it is okay to accept and give yourself love. This process will eventually cause you to really see you. Your thoughts and words about yourself will become more kind and loving.

Marianne Williams said, in a quote made famous by Nelson Mandela,

“Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We are all meant to shine, as children do. We were born to make manifest the glory of God that is within us; its in everyone. And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.”

Well there you go. Our thought for you today is love yourself, know yourself and walk in that truth. YOU, the awesome, magnificent, living, breathing expression of a loving God love yourself.
Much love, many blessings…Namaste!!! Sheila