Welcome to my brand new blog, Live Your Abundant Life.
I am so excited at this opportunity to share my life and infuse in all my readers the desire and enthusiasm to live life abundantly.
I began this journey to re-claim my life and to find joy in every moment, no matter how taxing or mundane, 9 years ago. I had just experienced my fourth consecutive miscarriage and was so lost and in such pain that I wasn’t so sure life was worth living anymore. But at my darkest and lowest point, I decided instead to accept an offer to live, but not just exist, but actually to thrive and have a life that was profusely overflowing with all the good things – an abundance of health, peace, joy, contentment (I’m still working on that
one), love, purpose, and fulfillment.
Today, I’m a mother of five healthy, gifted and energetic children. I am also CEO of my own success strategies company, an attorney, speaker, columnist, life coach and author of Live Your Abundant Life: Encouragement and Strategies to Live a Meaningful and Fulfilled Life. Get more information at https://www.ayaeneli.com.
Through this blog I intend to empower and equip others to create and live lives of purpose and fulfillment. No matter what challenges and obstacles we face, we all still have a choice to live with a sense of abundance or one of scarcity. Our choices will ultimately determine the quality and (in some cases) quantity of our lives.
I believe we should strive for abundance in all areas of our lives: not just some. Can you imagine driving a brand new Bentley that had two great tires and two doughnuts? What a bumpy and unrewarding ride that would be. By the same token, we should aim for abundance in all areas of our lives – relationships, spirituality, health, finances, career, etc.
Look out for practical strategies for creating and living your abundant life even as I share hilarious stories of my own life. Trust me; with five children ages 22 months to 12 years, I have much fodder. I invite you to follow me on twitter @AyaEneli.
Till the next time, ponder the words of wisdom from my 4-year-old son who after listening to Beyonce’s latest hit, Run the World (Girls) said, “If girls want to run the world, they better run really fast.”
I would love to hear your feedback.