Today’s Guidance, December 27, 2018

Debrah Rose Guidance

Today’s Guidance comes from Whispers of Healing Oracle Cards by Angela Hartfield. Card Illustrations by Josephine Wall. Interpretation by Debrah Rose


Forward Movement


Have you noticed? You have been moving forward. Even when you are feeling stuck, feeling as if nothing has changed, change is occurring.


You are always divinely supported in your life, you are always moving forward along your soul’s path. Sometimes movement is small, and other times it will be huge jumps forward. Embrace the process, trusting that no matter what you face, you are always moving forward.


When you work with your higher self, angels, and guides, they will assist you along your path. Listen to your intuition, follow through, and you will find forward movement through grace and ease.



As always, take what resonates with you and discard what does not.



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Me And My Belle



“The French are true romantics. They feel the only difference between a man of forty and one of seventy is thirty years of experience.” – Maurice Chevalier

Are there some things that every woman “should” experience by age 40?

I think by age 40 you should certainly have some ‘life experience’ and some fabulous memories to look back on. The following list is some of the things I think a woman in her 40’s should know, should have and should have done in her life so far!


  1. Should have kissed someone so intensely and powerfully that it will forever define ‘passion’ for her.
  2. Learned to make one difficult recipe and to make it well
  3. Awareness of any genetic illnesses that might manifest so that you choose the appropriate lifestyle to prevent that from happening.
  4. Learned to have…

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Me And My Belle



How fast did 2018 go by? Does that fill you with a certain type of panic? Well instead of worrying about 2019 this is a great time to think ahead about your goals for next year. How are you going to push yourself harder next year and realise the goals you’ve set for yourself? Here are a few ideas of goals every woman should set themselves next year. Start now and you’ll be well on the way to becoming your best self in 2019.


If you want to achieve anything this year, you need to become more disciplined. That means start giving yourself strict deadlines and sticking to them. Get your 2019 diary & begin with monthly overview and mark all your important dates and deadlines.


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PROTECT OUR WINTERS ~ $1 for $1 Match When You Donate To Protect Our Winters

via $1 for $1 Match When You Donate To Protect Our Winters

Protect Our Winters (POW) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit. Founded by professional snowboarder Jeremy Jones in 2007, POW turns passionate outdoor people into effective climate advocates. POW leads a community of athletes, thought pioneers and forward-thinking business leaders to affect systemic political solutions to climate change.

The past decade has been the warmest on record. 2016 was the  hottest year ever recorded and 2017 is already on track top it. Meanwhile, the northern hemisphere has already lost a million square miles of spring snowpack since 1970—an area three times the size of Texas.  Snow levels are rising in elevation and winters are shorter. Climate change is already  affecting winter.

By 2007, pro snowboarder Jeremy Jones found that more and more resorts he’d always counted on for good riding were closed due to lack of snow. Something was clearly going on, and he felt the need to act. But he couldn’t find any organizations focused on mobilizing the snowsports community on climate—there was a gap between the impacts that climate change was already having on our mountains, and any organized action being taken to address it. And so Jeremy founded Protect Our Winters.

Soon afterwards, we brought on other concerned pro athletes, individuals, resorts and winter sports companies. Since then, Protect Our Winters has grown from a kernel of an idea into a worldwide network of over 130,000 supporters – a social movement on climate, designed to activate a passionate community and create the political will for meaningful action by state and federal policymakers.

And, while POW’s earliest supporters were renowned athletes and respected corporations, the movement quickly grew to include the wider outdoor sports community  as their playgrounds and livelihoods also depend on healthy winters.

This was the perfect group to give a national voice to outdoor sports, an industry that supports 7.6 million+ jobs and creates $887 billion in economic revenue. While the fossil fuel lobby may outspend environmentalists 20-1 in Washington, we share a passion that crosses party lines, a unique perspective that de-politicizes any climate discussion, and an industry with an economic impact that can’t be ignored.

Our key formula for engaging 60 million+ outdoor sports enthusiasts globally: relevance and authenticity. Though we can dress up for meetings, in the end we are pro athletes, dirtbags and diehards; for us, winter is not just a passion, but a way of life.

Right now, we have the luxury of worrying about how climate change might impact the outdoor industry. Right now, we get to help dictate the outcome rather than react to a foregone conclusion. If we sit on our hands for the next two decades, we won’t be worried about powder days, tourism or having fun. We’ll be worried about the stability of our environment, our jobs and our economy.

We All Need Winter.

Today’s Guidance, December 18, 2018

Debrah Rose Guidance

Today’s Guidance comes from Whispers of Healing Oracle Cards by Angela Hartfield. Card Illustrations by Josephine Wall. Interpretation by Debrah Rose


Get Clear


When you feel stuck, in a rut, or your life is not what you would wish it to be, it is time to get clear on what it is you truly desire. Your desires will change over the course of your life experiences and being clear on what it is you want now is an important step in moving towards them.


Writing, talking with your angels/guides, or trusted counselor/advisor are all ways that can assist you in gaining clarity about what it is you truly want out of the situation.


Before setting an intention and taking the appropriate next step, having clarity is the key that will assist you in taking the right course of action.



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“Put a grain of boldness into everything you do.”

Art of Quotation

“Put a grain of boldness into everything you do.”

Baltasar Gracian, Spanish, writer, cleric

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“Everything you desire is outside your comfort zone – otherwise, you would already have it.”

Art of Quotation

“Everything you desire is outside your comfort zone – otherwise, you would already have it.”

Zan Perrion, writer

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Good News Tuesday: Bee Vaccine, A Special Coat, and 99 + Stories from 2018

Bees, Bees, and more Bees…

Anything is Possible!

honey bee

The First Vaccine for Bees

Scientists at the University of Helsinki, Finland have developed a vaccine for bees. The vaccine called “PrimeBee” targets the deadly bee disease American foulbrood and can be delivered on a sugar patty.  The vaccine is not yet available for sale, but I’m thankful researchers are working hard to save bees. You can read more in this article from NPR

A Special Coat for Zoey

Zoey lives in Michigan where the winters are very cold. Having cerebral palsy and being in a wheel chair made it hard for her to bundle up for recess. So Zoey’s mom invented a special coat. I hope you enjoy meeting Zoey and learning more about her mom’s invention in this video.

99 + Good News Stories from 2018

We still have a lot of work to do as a species, but this collection of good news stories from…

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. . . .and they’re still beautiful.



“In nature, nothing is perfect and everything is perfect.
Trees can be contorted, bent in weird ways, and they’re still beautiful.”

~Alice Walker

Remember…You ARE Nature, you are beautiful.

Photography: La Primavera by Daniel Rivas
Text & image source: Between the Realms

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