Mag's Blog - Love and Learn — giving thanks

Graduating and Yesterday's Milestone

In the midst of the hustle, I sit down today to appreciate milestones. My niece Emma is graduating high school this week and I am, oh so very, proud of her. And of my big sister Kara, who has been working so hard, for so long, to make a great life for her and her girls. You guys rock. But wait, wasn't Emma just a two year old, riding next to me in the Mocko Mobile falling in love with horses out the car window?  Sometimes life moves so fast that you forget how many important steps it took to...


#HopeProject

Hope Bags. "It's what's on the inside that counts! Fill this Hope Bag with keepsakes of hopes, dreams, wishes, memories and anything you hold dear. Hope Bags make wonderful gifts for your loved ones and their special occasions- a baby shower, brides, to remember a loved one, a friend needing inspiration or care, or for your own child to open one day. As you fill your Hope Bag, you will be reminded and inspired by whats inside.  It's MagSoul's mission to have this #HopeProject touch hearts and inspire souls, when they need hope the most. Each bag comes with a...


A label-less Day

Margaret Chaney

Comments 1 Tags conscious, conscious living, giving thanks, labels

Woman. Sister. Mother. Friend. Accountant. Waitress. Gullible. Loving. Funny. Sassy. Religious. Sweet. Pathetic. Self-Righteous. Bi*$h. Flirt. (or the next word after that). Pitiable. Loser. Winner.  What labels do you wear everyday? What have you labeled someone else today? Labels follow us consciously and unconsciously. Sometimes we don't even know something we don't want to be, until we have already found a way to overcome it. Sometimes we label someone before taking the moment to realize our bad behavior. Women seem to be the worst and meanest, at labeling each other.  I remember when I was a "teen mom". Oh my...


November- A thankful state of consciousness

Margaret Chaney

Comments 1 Tags get real, giving thanks, november giving, soulful, thankful

So the last few days I have been thinking, as I watched my social media friends posts for each day of thanks, that I should do the same. This coincides with the 2 year anniversary of my being in North Carolina. Wow, really two years? The first went by so fast, and the second so slow. And then I thought, "Crap, I am already on day 4, and what are the chances I will post each day?!". Lazy? Probably. (Overwhelmed--um always!) But seeing as I was on my new morning hour walk, I felt justified in my lack of lazy,...