Friday, 5 April 2019

Book Tour: Blithe of Prospect by Cedes Truth




Expectations: strong belief that something can be achieved in the future. It is your expression of your power of manifesting your desires. Enjoy! choose authentically, this is your Universe!

The 7 approaches to obtain and practice a preferred desire


  1. Decide on an expectation
  2. Own the decision
  3. Trust you contain it
  4. Visualize your blithe of prospect with the expectation
  5. Take note of the feelings acquainted with the vision
  6. Implement the feeling in your daily life and interactions. (By proactively doing things that give you the same feeling you will be a match to your preferred desire and other desires that could not be perceived before. In many cases the desires that were not perceived is what you really asked for. So, be open minded and trust your Universe will give you what you ask.)
  7. Repeat 4-6 until you are ready to decide and own another expectation
  • Appreciation
  • Leadership
  • Love
  • Honesty
  • Loyalty
  • Balance
  • Respect
  • To Make Decisions
  • To be Understood
  • To be Strong

For more check out blithe of prospect here

Sunday, 24 March 2019

Book Tour Sign Up: Blithe the Prospect by Cedes Truth

This event will run on 1st April 12PM -5th April (UK Time). Sign up here

Do you wish to get in sync with who you really are and could be? The Blithe of Prospect Planner is a workbook embracing the unknown capacity and potential within yourself. Through exercises and actualization planners, you are guided through the laws of physics and engineering to understand your psychological and vibrational frequencies, prompting you to design the best version of yourself by actively constructing your intentions and joy.  This planner will support you in becoming the vision in your heart and achieving your definite purpose by keeping you in tune with the frequencies of your desires. 

Use this planner to proactively and intentionally transform your perspective and practice your desires.

 
Author Bio
 
My name is Sophia, and I built Cedes Truth on a foundation of love, eternal bliss, and grace. I named my company after the highest expression of myself and formed a mastermind of professionals to assist me in bringing my vision to life. My passion revolves around the Law of Attraction, proactive manifestations, owning your emotions, and the power of thought. As a young child and still today you will find me lost in my imagination, but don’t let that fool you I am 100% in tune with reality and my environment. I am a student of the Universe, and my daily focus is to beam a rainbow of light on good feeling moments and becoming the best version of myself. I believe that the Universe consistently presents messages to us so that we may enhance our lives and believe in our power to design our experiences. My greatest messages come from my two beautiful children who milk happiness every chance they get and are quite open in sharing and proclaiming it.  I hold a bachelors degree in electrical engineering and for 11 years have managed and designed systems for the broadcast industry. Now, I am most interested in maximizing my happiness and helping others to do the same.  Thank you for visiting the Cedes Truth website and I look forward to assisting you in becoming deliberate designers of your Universe.

Saturday, 5 January 2019

Let's Journal: Leuchtturm 1917 A5 Notebook Review


Does it live up to the hype?




I’ve had my Bullet Journal for a few days now. Before I bought it, I was overwhelmed with all the options I had. Which journal should you settle on? The problem I had deciding was that I was a complete newbie to bullet journaling, so I didn’t know what I even needed. How many gsm do I need? How many pages? What colour? I just went with the popular choice which was the Leuchtturm 1917. Now, I’ve never bought a Leuchtturm before and I’m not the only one so here I am to help out anyone looking to see if it lives up to the hype.  

I got the standard A5 dotted notebook in teal that all the YouTubers and bloggers had because I wanted to look profesh, of course. 

So, I was super excited when I got it in the mail (Amazon Prime same-day deliveryyy!). I ripped it out of the packaging and examined it.



It’s definitely a teal colour which I’m happy with. It comes with two ribbons but mine were stuck together so I left them like that because I was sure if that’s how they’re meant to be.



Don’t worry I’ve cut them now! So, onto the interior. When you open the journal you have a page to write your name. You could also write any contact details you have so it can be returned to you.
We have a nice index inside with numbered pages, so you don’t have to write your own, and we have a pocket!





So how does it hold up ink-wise? Well You’ll be happy to know that your average ink pen doesn’t bleed through. I haven’t tested out my brush pens yes but when I do I’ll let you know. Although the paper doesn’t bleed it can show through as you can see here:


Original
The other side. Oops.

It doesn’t really bother me but I can see why it would be a problem for some. If you’re looking for more ink-proof paper then I’d recommend a higher 100gsm notebook like Dingbats which seems to have good reviews. All in all I’m pretty happy with my purchase and I’m excited to get journaling this year!

Tuesday, 1 January 2019

Happy New Year! Let's (Bullet) Journal!


Hey everyone, how have you been?


So… I’ve decided to try a few new things this year. One of them is bullet journaling. I’ve been watching YouTubers like AmandaRachLee bullet journal for a few weeks now and I thought what better time to start than in the New Year. I thought it would be cool to document the process and see where it takes me, so here we go!

So, first things first, what is a bullet journal?


Bullet journals were an idea started by Ryder Carroll. It's basically a method of journalling that is meant to help you be productive and organised. You have a key that you use to log different tasks/events and you cross them off as you go. I've looked at some other bloggers and their journals are honestly amazing.

To begin, I had to buy a journal. Now I already have a whole load of notebooks already but apparently for bullet journaling you need a journal with dotted pages. This meant all my lined and plain notebooks weren’t going to be helpful here. After some research it turned out that one of the more popular brands was the Leuchtturm 1917. I hopped on Amazon and got one same-day delivery because I just couldn't wait to start.

At first I was just looking at the pages, too scared to write anything in case I ruined it. 

Then I got the courage to draw in pencil.

Then I mustered the courage to go over it in pen.

And at some point I had this:


It looked alright so I continued on to do my '2019 at a glance page'.




After rubbing out all the pencil I got this:


It's been super fun journalling so far and I'll be adding a new feature called Let's Journal! to the blog. If any of you guys have done bullet journals or a hoping to start one let me know in the comments. I'd love to hear some tips and tricks.

Friday, 14 September 2018

Guest Post: Don’t Know What to Read Next? Then Try The Book Lottery

Every time after you finished reading a book, you are plagued with a simple question. "What's next?"

It had only been a few seconds since you had clicked "mark as read" in Goodreads, and already the question is on your mind, and the world is watching while you make your choice. If only you knew what to read next ...

I know the feeling far too well. There are many books that I want to read, then there are a few that I have to read, and, of course, the magic ones that I would die if I don’t read them. In addition, my TBR pile looks at me from a hidden corner in the room - trying to guilt-trip me. The most forgotten books are ebooks that were cheap and … now the poor things are waiting on my eReader to be read. Just that I haven’t used the eReader since this millennium started and I can’t remember which books are on it.


However, there is one way out of this disaster that has always worked for me: The Book Lottery!


“What is a book lottery?” I hear you ask. The principle is rather simple - just like with a regular lottery nothing more than a stroke of luck decides the outcome. In that case it would be about money but in this case it’s about which book to read next.  
How is it going to work?

STEP 1: 

This might be the most difficult part. For the book lottery to work, you need to write down all the books that you would be able to read in this very moment. 


This includes - but is not limited to: books on your TBR, any books on your digital TBR, (A)RCs you were given without a deadline, books on your “want to read” that you can buy within a second and start reading, and books from your eLibrary that had always tickled your fancy and you could borrow in this very moment. In short, pretty much any book that you thought about reading and is available as of now.

Once you have your slips, we turn to step 2.

STEP 2: 
Find a pretty hat or jar. A cap is going to do as well. Then throw all those slips inside.

STEP 3: 
Mix and shake



STEP 4: 
Last but hardly least, comes the most important part: Now it is time to draw a "winner".  
Whatever title you pulled out of the magic hat/jar/cap is going to be your next read. This way you don’t have to decide yourself and hundreds of - hopefully - entertaining pages ahead of you






Happy reading!

Bio:


I am Susanne from https://www.floralcars.com/ – a rookie road tripper, blogger, and bookworm at heart. I regularly write about travel, lifestyle, and books. Naturally, I wouldn’t dare to leave the house without one in my bag.
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