You may notice that I’m in your inbox on a Friday. But you’ve only been getting emails from me on Monday and Wednesday.

So, why today?

We’ll – I’ve had so many conversations with folks who used to read the former incarnation of my blog called The Daily Love. They loved the daily emails. So, I’m upping the game to 3x per week.

A blog on Monday, a video on Wednesday and a blog again on Friday.

All free. All just for you. Fresh inspiration and motivation to bring your purpose to life.

Sound good? Read on.

Do you dream of reaching a higher level of existence? Maybe it’s greater success; maybe it’s greater abundance, love, peace, health, energy or purpose.

No matter what you dream of – getting to that level of soulful success requires one action, that perhaps, is the most courageous thing you can do.

What’s what?

The act of letting go.

Jenna and I recently had a deep experience of letting go. We moved to a new city.

We moved to find stillness. To slow down. To find peace.

Sounds good, right?

Well, here’s the thing about letting go – to use a scientific term, the art of letting go is the same thing as creating a vacuum in your life.

Websters defines a vacuum as: the emptiness of space.

And, let’s be honest. Space can be scary.

Why? Well, our fearful mind chatter will say that only bad things will fill that space. We start to future trip the worst case scenario and fear it with all our heart.

But, here’s the thing. Every expansion is life is preceded by a vacuum. Meaning, if you want to grow, you’ve got to create space for a new life to be born.  

But, we fear the emptiness of space because we are looking to the future through the lens of the past. Not a good thing.

We’ve got to have the courage to create a vacuum and then choose to fill that vacuum with our vision. And allowing the energy of the Universe to pull us into new and uncharted territories.

What if the best case scenario was ahead of you, not the worst? What if you’ve feared the vacuum when it would be wiser to celebrate the vacuum.

As for me, I’m loving the vacuum we’ve created by moving. There is new energy, a new perspective, a new life starting to form and I couldn’t be happier.

I resisted moving for a long while, and now that I’m here – I’m wondering what all the fuss was about? That fearful mind chatter sure didn’t know what it was talking about.

It’s a new day, and I’m thrilled.

Now – over to you. What vacuum are you ready to create in your life?

Hint: it should kind of scare you.

And: you already know.

It’s time to make room for new life. Are you ready?

Have a great weekend,