Honor Thyself This November

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November has the beloved “Thanksgiving” day.

What better way to show thanks than to honor yourself and your family in whatever way feels special to you and yours?

Enjoy your holiday season : )

Stay blessed!



The Reality of Caring

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How does anyone get others to care about causes near and dear to them?
They speak up, speak out, or get active in their desired cause.
I personally, am into scoliosis awareness, sustainability advocacy and awareness, humane treatment of animals, clean farming practices, healing through nutrition and exercise, nature, and many other passionate topics.
I am here to coach others in exchange for currency for a 40 acre sustainable farm.
We have the 40 acres in Oregon, USA.
There are roads needed.
We will be drilling for hot springs and well water.
We will be building living quarters and music/art studios.
We will have to grow trees, greenery, build greenhouses, hydroponics, aquaponics, solar power, wind energy, and all the like.
We strive to build a better tomorrow for our children, our friends, and family. With a major goal of being as safe as possible.
Devotion to individuation will allow each soul to come to their philanthropic awareness on their own timeline.
We will set pertinent, but obviously not impenetrable laws, for the community to have a firm ground and helpful boundaries.
Adversity is desired with clear objectivity towards others paths and histories.
For those ready, we must forgive and let go, but never forget what makes us who we are.
In a time so different from any other, yet somehow with a very similar feel with the “War mentality”, it is inner balance through individualized awareness that will bring such peace into each of our own realities.

If you love the Northwestern United states and are looking to jump on a great cause for the betterment of planet earth. Feel free to contact us or donate via PayPal.


Best wishes!
– @littlehollyopal

How to Achieve “High Vibing”

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High vibing

Or not…

You do you

Consciously creative


So, you don’t like how you feel?

Or maybe you’re reading this for a friend.

No matter how it comes, high vibing feels right.

Suddenly everything is possible and everyone feels like they’re cheering you on.

Just me?


Here’s 13 secrets of the high vibing:

Feel free to ask any questions you may have down below.

Gene Keys – The Golden Path

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Gene Keys has been a huge cheat code in my own personal growth.

I appreciate all the amazing ways the universe helps a sister out!

Please visit if you would like to learn more.

They decided to make most of the information free which has been extremely useful.

I appreciate Richard Rudd and his team very much!

Thank you thank you thank you!



13 Ways to Raise Your Vibration in 2020

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These happen to be 13 Ways that I raise my vibe too!

  1. Essential oils
  2. Exercise
  3. Natural lighting and fresh air
  4. Meditation
  5. Music
  6. Crystal’s
  7. Authentic Himalayan Salt lamp
  8. Houseplant upkeep and care
  9. Feng shui or declutter things that you do not enjoy anymore.
  10. Affirmations from gurus you enjoy.
  11. Massage from someone you trust.
  12. Write internal thoughts down and journal until you feel clear of negativity.
  13. Nap! (No joke) sometimes you just need to recharge!

If you have any questions, feel free to ask!

Many blessings to you and yours!

– @littlehollyopal

How To Pay Off Debt Faster in 2020

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Since I started this website to share my voice, today I thought I would share how I’m overcoming obstacles in my life, in particular, paying off debt.

My husband and I do not come from wealthy, well rounded families. Pretty much the opposite.

We don’t let that effect us anymore and we live making decisions using our intuition the best we know how, authentically helping others along the way.

Here are 11 steps we are using to assist ourselves in obtaining financial freedom.

11 Ways to Pay Debt Faster in 2020

  • 1. List all Debt owed.

  • 2. Pay more than the minimum payment whenever possible.
  • 3. Pay off debt with highest interest first.

  • 4. Consider The Snowball Method of Paying off debt.
  • 5. Reduce spending everywhere possible.
  • 6. Cease using all credit, if possible.
  • 7. Add a side hustle to increase income.
  • 8. Sell any of your unused/ unwanted items.
  • 9. Consider contacting your credit card and loan companies to see if you can negotiate lower interest rates.
  • 10. Organize Bill’s and do budget plan until debt is paid off.
  • 11. Build savings account to be able to afford 8 months of monthly bills.

  • So far so good on our plan and we used and to obtain some of our information.

    May blessings rain down on y’all!

    – @littlehollyopal

    Filipino Inspired Sweet Cheese Rolls 

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    Aka: Ensaymada



    • 2 tsp Instant Yeast
    • 2/3 cup Warm Water
    • 3 3/4 cups All-purpose flour, sifted
    • 1/3 cup Sugar of choice (I used organic cane sugar)
    • 1 tsp Salt
    • 3 large Eggs
    • 1/4 cup Evaporated milk or any milk substitute
    • 1/3 cup Unsalted butter, softened


    • 8 oz. Cold Cream Cheese (sliced)


    • 1 stick of softened and creamed butter
    • 1/2 cup Sugar


    Dissolve yeast in 1/3 cup of warm water around 101° worked for me. Set aside.

    In a mixing bowl, with dough hook, place sifted all-purpose flour, sugar and salt. Mix at low speed until incorporated.

    Add the dissolved yeast, remaining water, eggs and evaporated milk. Mix for 2 minutes at low speed then mix at medium speed for approximately 4 minutes.

    Add unsalted butter and continue mixing until gluten is slightly developed.

    Transfer the dough in a greased bowl and cover with plastic.

    Let the dough rest for about 15 minutes at room temperature.

    Punch down the dough and divide it into pieces weighing 60 grams each.

    Let the dough rest for 15 minutes then cover with plastic sheet to prevent from drying.

    Roll out the pieces thinly into 8″x5″ rectangles. Brush surface with butter.

    Roll into a long rod and twirl into shape, adding sliced cream cheese, locking ends to seal.

    Place each piece on a greased or baking mat lined baking sheet .

    Let the dough rise until it doubles in size. (Approximately 1 1/2 hours at room temperature)

    Bake for 17 minutes at 325 F or until golden in colour.

    Let the bread cool then remove it from baking sheet.

    Brush the top of each ensaymada with creamed butter and sugar.