Supa Dupa Fly

Hello Friend,

When you’re under a tremendous amount of pressure and anxiety, let’s face it, you can’t fly.

The fastest way to supa dupa fly is to train your brain to soar.

Find a comfortable spot, and take a few deep breaths.

  • What are you grateful for?
  • What were your magical moments?
  • What made you happy?
  • What took your breath away?
  • What made you feel alive?
  • What brought tears of joy to your eyes?
  • What made your heart skip a beat?

These moments may be heroic or intimate, simple or everyday, but they all crack open our hearts.

You become lighter and happier.

Keep on going.

Reflect back on the past 11 months and list all the things that happened in your favor.

  • What opportunities came into your life?
  • Who did you meet that had a positive impact?
  • What knowledge did you gain?

When you reflect on everything for which you are grateful, ponder on the rich wisdom and knowledge that you gained over the last year, and celebrate your experiences and achievements, your essence changes.

You will feel clearer and more confident about what you must do in order to supa dupa fly!

As we enter this wonderful Thanksgiving season, may your hearts be filled with joy, gratitude & awe.

All my very best,


The Gratitude Protocol:
A simple practice for disrupting anxiety

A protocol is a set procedure for carrying out a scientific experiment. Master the art and science of gratitude by following the steps delineated by Dr. Maria Nemeth.

Gratitude – David Steindl-Rast


For over 40 years, award-winning Director Louie Schwartzberg has dedicated his life to making films celebrating life and the human spirit.

Through vignettes of everyday remarkable people, we can find the beauty in humanity and the resilience of the human spirit… and the desire to reconnect with each other.



I’ve been using the Five Minute Journal for six years!

The simplest thing you can do to start and end your day happier in just 5 minutes a day. The Five Minute Journal uses proven principles of positive psychology in a guided gratitude journaling format. Cultivating gratitude can positively impact all areas of your life—from personal growth and emotional intelligence to meaningful relationships and enhanced productivity.