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How do we choose success? In this post, you will discover the most important factors in determining success and how to put them to work to create your dream life. Let’s jump right in. 

Factors for success


Let’s talk about success. Ever wonder what that magic ingredient is that differentiates successful people from unsuccessful people?Are you curious whether it is genetic or learned, or a personality trait? Maybe it’s simply a blessing from God. Ever wonder if YOU have what it takes to achieve your dreams?

Let’s Define Success

Admit it, you’ve had these questions a time or two in your life. Do we even want success? And what is “success” anyway? First of all, let’s chat a bit of about this idea of “success.”

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Success is:

  • based on your own personal definition
  • living to your full potential
  • living your own personal dreams

One person’s success might be financial freedom, while another person’s might be the ability to unconditionally love all people and creatures. Everyone’s idea of success should and will be as unique as they are. Your first step toward success is to define your idea of success or define your purpose. 

You don’t have to (nor should you) wait around your whole life searching for your purpose. You can pick a purpose. You can always change it later. The most important thing is to HAVE a purpose, to live with purpose. This is the only way to end up with zero regrets at the end of your life. If you want to look back on your life with deep satisfaction then you need to think and define “success” now.

Believe it or not, many people never take the time to really think about this. That’s why statistics say that 95% of people on their dying day have ultimate regrets about their lives! 95%! This is crazy and very sad to think about. If you don’t want this to be you, you will need to do something differently than 95% of the people on this planet. You will have to become part of this small minority. Get ready to stand out.

Success in the Eyes of Our Amazing Grandmother

I’ve been thinking a lot about our grandmother recently. We were close. Her name was Alice, but we called her “Nan.” I can’t remember a time in my life when I didn’t treasure her. She shared plenty of wisdom with me over the years, and I can still hear her voice in my head, “All things in moderation, Julie” “If you want to keep your teeth floss every day, Julie.” “Give 10% of all you have away, Julie. At least! OK? You hear me?” “Ok, Nan, I hear you.”

She led a happy, productive, generous life. She successfully raised 3 daughters, was married 70 years, volunteered her time, had a full spiritual life, took incredible care of her health, and by all outward appearances seemed to have a wonderful life. Only once did she reveal to me her regret. She said to me, “Julie, I never did anything.” I’ll never forget it. Looking back over her life she hadn’t risked, she hadn’t reached, she hadn’t dreamed, and toward the end she had regret. She was saying this to me so I wouldn’t do the same.

“One of the saddest things in life is to get to the end and look back in regret, knowing that you could have been, done, and had so much more.”  ~  Robin Sharma

“The story of the human race is the story of men and women selling themselves short.”  ~  Abraham Maslow

How to Live a Life with No Regret

Create a life that fulfills your dreams.

Create a life that when you look back on it makes you proud and happy and fulfilled.

What we KNOW about success:

  • First of all, success is extremely personal.
  • It is never achieved by accident. Sure you can win the lottery and find yourself temporarily in the possession of the outward trappings of success, but is it success? It turns out no, it’s not. The temporary joy does not last, and it very rarely brings ultimate happiness. In study after study of lottery winners’ long-term happiness it is revealed that they report significantly less happiness than before winning.
  • Becoming the person of your dreams is as important as achieving your dreams. And here you thought all you had to do was win the lottery.
  • The good news is that you already possess the ability to achieve your dreams. The choice is literally up to you.
  • The level of your success will never exceed your level of personal development.
  • Success is the result of risk taking.
  • You have to be willing to change.
  • You have to be willing to do things differently.

“Things don’t change. We change.”  ~ Henry David Thoreau

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Standing in the Way of Our Own Success

Most often, we are the ones standing in our own way.  “Julie, what the heck do you mean by that? I honestly want to succeed! I’m trying everything, and nothing seems to be working.”

You are focusing on actions and not attitude. Begin with yourself, your attitude. Work on the person you are becoming. Only then can you achieve your dreams. You absolutely need to get into action, but action without self-development is an incomplete formula for success.

In order to be successful you need to start with the person inside. A great book to help you get you to where you need to be is Jen Sincero’s You are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life.

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In it Jen talks about how it doesn’t matter if you go after your dreams with your conscious mind. Until you are in control of your subconscious mind you will never get there.

Believe it or not, our subconscious is actually calling the shots and standing in the way of achieving success. We are born with our subconscious minds fully developed. Our conscious minds don’t fully develop until adolescence. So for all those years (and beyond) our world and everything in it is filling and forming our minds. Our core “beliefs” are formed based on everything our parents said and did, and they form our core. Society also contributes strongly.


The Power of our Subconscious

Most of us aren’t aware of how or why we believe what we believe. We don’t realize how truly powerful our subconscious core is. Often it is like a wall built around our potential, standing in the way of change. This wall blocks our potential for success in every aspect of our lives. The first step in breaking down this wall is unveiling what these “tapes” are saying. The first step is discovery, and then you can begin to reprogram. Many of our tapes begin with, “I can’t” or “I’m not” or “I don’t.”

Every day with every choice we make we base our decisions on our past. “I’m not a morning person.” “I am not a runner.” “I’m not an athlete.” “I’m not good at math.” “I’m no good at styling my hair” and on and on and on. Stop the tapes. First, before you can stop them, you have to hear them, so awareness is the very first step. Next, try a new tape. You don’t have to believe it at first. In fact, you most likely won’t. That’s ok. Act as if. Pretend.

I’ve done this type of thing for years. I learned it long ago. When I was moody I would put a smile on my face, just force it on there. Preferably I would look at myself in the mirror. Soon I would be laughing. Hey, it’s a whole lot better than a pity party.

The Power of Attitude

I know we’ve heard it all so much that it sounds obvious and even cliché, but attitude is everything. It’s absolutely everything.

  • How you look at ANY situation is the reality it becomes.
  • You have to begin by believing in yourself or no one else will.
  • You must have a powerful determination in your own abilities.
  • If not, every time you hit an obstacle you will waver, your confidence will waver and you will give in to your underlying belief that you.
    • don’t have what it takes
    • are no good at this or the other
    • will not succeed
    • don’t deserve success
  • If you don’t first work on your underlying belief system, your system of core beliefs that you may not even be conscious of, you will never succeed because your reality will be self fulfilling of whatever you believe.
  • If you don’t work on your inside your outside can never surpass what you neglect to address.
  • Just because you can’t see it or feel it do not underestimate its power.

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Another MUST READ is the grand daddy of them all, the book upon which all success books are based, the 1937 classic, “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill. Such amazing wisdom contained in its pages you’ll want to highlight every phrase.

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How to Achieve Success: The Miracle Morning

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle”  ~ Albert Einstein

I want to suggest you begin reading “The Miracle Morning” by Hal Elrod and practicing his Miracle Morning program to start your day. If you haven’t yet read our post you will want to, either now or when you are done reading this.

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We hope you have already purchased the book that has started Jodie’s and my transformation. If you haven’t, we cannot say enough about it. The book is simply packed with amazing insights and so much more than we even expected.

I’m not going to keep telling you how amazing Jodie’s and my lives have become, or how we’ve changed dramatically by simply changing our mindsets, or how allowing ourselves to try to do something we’d never done before was the beginning of one breakthrough after another.

This advice (and this book) is for those who want to:

  • change and grow
  • break down walls and barriers
  • achieve heights previously not imagined
  • become the person of your dreams
  • live the life of your dreams

If this is you, then we encourage you to:

  • Be open to making some changes
  • Start by doing something quite novel
  • Set your alarm clock before the light of day…every day
  • Give yourself a major wake-up call… PUN INTENDED!
  • Prepare to live differently, with a new mind set and a new enthusiasm

Now that I begin each day with My Miracle Morning I’m too excited to feel tired. How amazing is that? That’s the power of mind set already at work.

It’s less about when you wake up and more about why you wake up. Do you get out of bed because you need to or because you want to? Get out of bed because you want to make the most of the new day. Get out of bed because you want to achieve your dreams and you can’t wait.

But Julie, why are we getting up early? I need my sleep if I’m going to conquer the world!

  1. Wake up early because you choose to. What a concept.
  2. Begin each day in charge.
  3. Begin with purpose, staring straight ahead at your goals.
  4.  Then get after them.

Don’t Want to Wake Up?

“You’ve got to wake up every morning with determination if you’re going to go to bed with satisfaction”   ~  George Lorimer

I’ll tell you the truth: You don’t have to get up early. You don’t even have to do “The Miracle Morning” in the morning. You can do it at another time of day of your choosing. But first thing in the morning is its ideal, strongest, most impactful time. And you will learn all the ways you can personalize and customize the Miracle Morning to fit your lifestyle when you read the book.

Why is the 6-step Miracle system so powerful? It’s because it is an organized system for self improvement and self-awareness. It’s like free therapy and a self-help class wrapped into the start of every day. And the wisest people in the world know that what you do every day matters much more than what you do once in a while.

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I’s no coincidence that the most successful people in the world begin their days with a combination of these activities. It’s not a novel idea. It just is a bit of a secret, and Jodie and I want it to become a movement. We think 5% is too small of a percentage of people being satisfied with their lives!

It turns out, all you need to lead a life that is happy, fulfilling, and one you will never regret, is to live your life with PURPOSE. Instead of letting life happen to you, decide to take control and make it the life you choose. It is all within your power if you believe it is.



With love,

jodie & julie

Factors for Success

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  1. Glory Galbraith says:

    You two have done it yet again! Thank you for sharing and teaching such important insights and principles of change, joy, potential and growth. I love mornings and positive attitude and positive self talk. We are what we tell ourselves. It’s a great thing to set goals, work toward them, and to forgive ourselves if we stumble. Each new day is a new beginning for beauty and growth. Thanks again for inspiring me.

  2. Tanya says:

    Boy, you two. 🙂 You ladies just keep motivating me to be a better version of myself! Between the great hair days (lol) and facing things I was either scared of, or didn’t know how to do…my house sings of glorious Spring because of inspo from your IG accounts and blog posts. Thank you so much for putting your time and your lovely hearts into each of these posts, they are so encouraging and always make me laugh. XOXO to you both! Oh, and March Madness! 😉
    <3 Tanya

  3. Vanessa Marie Gonzalez says:

    I really needed this. So inspiring!!
    I love watching you both on IG. #MarchMaddness

  4. Jessica says:

    Thank you for the inspiration to get me through a night with a sick baby! March Madness 🙂

  5. Kimberly - @shiplap.on.the.lake says:

    Attitude is everything and what a perfect time to focus on a healthier attitude come spring! Spring is the perfect time for renewed energy and a better outlook.

    March Madness

  6. Denice Hicks says:

    Yes, yes, yes!! Attitude IS everything! I sent you an email detailing how impactful the Miracle Morning book – lifestyle – has been in my life. It has already helped me achieve a few goals I’d put on the back burner. Those things hang over your head and make you feel like a failure! Having tackled them, I no longer have that nagging feeling of procrastination and also have the confidence to set some new goals and work toward them! What a wonderful feeling! March madness ; )

  7. Donnamarie Larkin says:

    Love the empowering post~!!! In order to succeed we have to believe we can~ Think positive, be positive and positive things will happen. Thanks for the inspiring blog, it was a great read. Happy Wednesday~~~ and yet again Thanks for March Madness. Much Love

  8. Alexandra says:

    Thanks for the inspiration, girls! Your Nan reminds me of my Nana. I feel like her whole life she’s put everyone else first. She is Superwoman in my eyes, and in my sisters’, but she grew up in a different time where women I think kind of were expected to fill the dreams of their families rather than their own. She spent her whole life working (both a job and at home), and I’ve never heard her say it out loud, but I wonder if she feels the way your Nan did too. ???? March Madness

  9. Brenda Galiher @growingingracedaily says:

    This was so inspiring, you have to have goals and find out what is really important in life. Success comes to everyone in different forms. A life well lived is one that aligns it’s self with the plan of God for that individual. So thankful that we have a Savior that is mindful of our day to day lives and future! Thanks for the motivation. March Madness.

  10. Bette Anderson says:

    Your words inspired me to share something with you both. Yesterday, I got caught up in some negative behavior. I told a friend I needed to find out more about myself so that the negative energy that I felt going on around me wouldn’t affect me. I came home, found three spiritual books: “The Untethered Soul,” by Michael A. Singer, “The Four Agreements,” by Don Miguel Ruiz, and Dr. Wayne W. Dyer’s “Real Magic. I thought I’d be able to get some insight by reading a chapter from each book every day, and I reached my first goal on becoming a more enlightened person . . . knowing my purpose in life. It’s a journey and I’m happy to be a part of this journey with the two of you. Thanks for helping me to love myself more each day.

  11. Patsy Lively says:

    To retire at an early age was my husband and my goal. We are living our dream. God is good! ALL THE TIME. ❤ MARCH MADNESS ❤

  12. Connie Looper says:

    I’m about to read The Miracle Morning, and now I also need that Badass book. 🙂 I’m feeling inspired already!

  13. Nancy Laverde says:

    What an INCREDIBLE blog post!!!!! You girls are unto something very special and powerful! A quote that was revolutionary for me few years back is “if you want something you’ve never had, you must do something you’ve never done” I think your blog post was a great reminder of that. Julie and Jodie, you both are truly an inspiration to me and I thank God he made a way for our paths to cross! Thank you for speaking from your heart to mine, your words of wisdom and inspiration are being heard ????

  14. Irene says:

    Great post, I love your blog. It’s not just about designing, decorating or selling products. It’s insightful, encouraging and inspiring, Thank you! March Madness day 15

    • Picturessay1kwords says:

      Irene I couldn’t agree more with your comment. Well put, no truer words. Even though Julie and Jodie have this March Madness….. They already give so extravagantly!
      Thank you ladies.
      Have a good night

  15. Jackie Schaeperklaus says:

    I.hopeyou girls know what kind of impact you are having on us. I have had many success in my life and hope for many more. But I am happy where I am at this time. I will tell you , I am becoming closer to God and want to share him with others because of you both. What a life you share wiTh each other. You are truly an inspiration to others.
    March madness.

  16. Judi J. says:

    Thank you for the inspirarion and the motivation. As a mom whose last child will be in her last year of school come September and the reality of having more the time to focus on what I want it’s difficult peg down what that really means. So much time has been spent making sure that others have been taken care of it is hard to shift gears sometimes.
    March Maddness

  17. Theresa Gilmore says:

    What a wonderful way to start my day! Your are truly an inspiration to all. Thank you for sharing your story during March Madness!

  18. Deidre says:

    Two truly beautiful souls! Thank you so much!

  19. Rebekah says:

    Such inspiration! Happy Wednesday! March madness!

  20. Sue says:

    Do you two ever sleep? Seriously don’t know how you keep coming up with such wonderful & uplifting posts for us readers! Wonderful book recommendations & absolutely love the Einstein quote which I had never heard before (my new favorite)! Thank you! Great start to my day!!

  21. Carrie Murph says:

    Thank you so much for such a great blog. 95 percent is an astonishing number, it has me thinking and pondering. Have a blessed day!☺️

  22. Dori Fiedler says:

    Yes!!! Success is very personal. Success will be different with each person. And not one success story is the same as others. Thanks for that! MARCH NADDNESS.

  23. LISABETH says:

    So much inspiration in your blog ???? March Madness ????

  24. Phyllis says:

    Another awesome blog post! Positivity is what living successfully is all about! And your attitude and how you react to things! Thanks for the inspiration! Bring on the March Madness!

  25. Kathy Hicks says:

    March 15, 2017
    March Madness continues ????
    Reading about your grandma Nan touched my heart ❤️ as a grandma I hope I am setting good values for my grandchildren. I give them my most valuable possession my time and love. I want them to always remember that I was there for them.

  26. Dawn Henderson says:

    That was great! Very inspirational and motivational read.

  27. Debbie Rosalis says:

    What a great motivational post !!! Thank you ! March Madness ????????????

  28. Cathy booth says:

    How terribly motivating! I’m learning and growing each day.
    One day at a time.
    ???? Cathy

  29. Charlotte says:

    Inspired by this blog post. Thanks for all your motivation today.
    March Madness

  30. Janice says:

    A great message to help lead a happy and successful life. You two have a wonderful way with words. March Madness

  31. Tricia Steinke says:

    march madness. love this

  32. Jill says:

    Happy march Madness ❤️❤️

  33. Maryellen Kawalec says:

    Thank you for sharing your stories and your words of encouragement. You guys are an inspiration!

  34. Pat Howe says:

    You did it again…you made me stop and think about life… this and you know I have no regrets I love to take one day at a time❤ Happy March Madness. Pat

  35. Sharon Pierce says:

    Really needed this post today…thank you!

    P.S. Happy March Madness =)

  36. Christina says:

    Great insight ladies!! I think I’ll share some of your book recommendations with my daughters. Had to check in to see what you were up to! Only 2 more days until St. Patricks Day!!! That’s my March Madness 😉

  37. Maryellen Kawalec says:

    Oops, commented above, but forgot…..March Madness !!!!! 🙂

  38. Stephanie says:

    I’m so on board with this. I grew up in a family that practiced a lot of these habits, and it truly has made a huge difference in how I see the world and how I structure my life. The thing I find challenging is my husband’s attitude toward having and maintaining a positive attitude. It is such a struggle for him, but I keep cheering him on and helping him as much as I can. March Madness.

  39. Beth says:

    Love your wisdom and insight ladies! Y’all are the Dale Carnegie of home decor! Blessings to you both, oh and march madness.

  40. Linda Greer says:

    Love this post! March madness

  41. Pamela says:

    I love that this blog not only inspires beautiful home décor…but serves to live joyfully in all areas of life! Thank you! March Madness!

  42. Tracy says:

    Happy march maddness. . Nice to hear this today. Take care and God bless you.

  43. Judy O'Nan says:

    Another thought provoking blog. Thanks. March madness

  44. Brandi says:

    Love your instastories. Now, I can enjoy your blog too. March madness.????????

  45. Marla Schaap says:

    Your inspirational word continue to encourage and motivate! So many good takeaways from this new post but my favorite “aha moment” was when you wrote, “How you look at any situation is the reality that it becomes. ” Such profound words! Much love and thanks to you precious sisters! ???? “March Amazing Madness!” ????

  46. Shelly fonda says:

    Another great post!!!????????????
    Wow! I need all these books now!
    I’ve really been struggling with some things since my last child out of 4 is graduated and going off to college soon. I just feel sad all the time….and not sure what to do now since being mom is what I love, But Im going to get these books! Thanks for inspiring me everyday ! I always get something out of your blogs and IG stories????????????
    March madness!!❤️

  47. Jill Stephenson says:

    Thank you for your ongoing inspiration! I like how you have paralleled the beautiful pictures of flowers to your words of wisdom.

    Thinking of you both!

    March Madness!!!



  48. Jackey Johnson says:

    Thanks for sharing .. March madness.

  49. Rhonda Comus says:

    Oh my goodness, this blog post is so inspiring. It’s one I will reflect back on continuously. Thanks for all your wisdom. So much of it made me really think about what is going on in my life. God bless you for all your time and energy you put into your blog. You are truly appreciated. ????????
    Another day of March Madness

  50. Regina says:

    Needed this!! Happy March Madness!!!

  51. Stacey says:

    Wow seriously y’all continue to knock it out of the park with your blog posts. I am genuinely excited to read these because I know that you have invaluable wisdom to share. Thank you for sharing about your Nan and doing the research always. being so real. While reading this, I thought about a quote from Francis Chan, one of my favorite authors, “Our greatest fear should not be of failure, but succeeding at things in life that don’t really matter.” I don’t want to look back on life and regret not taking chances or going on adventures. But I also want to fulfill the purpose that God has given me: to glorify His name and spread it to the ends of the earth. Remembering this motivates me to want to embrace each day starting with the early mornings. March Madness

  52. Pamela says:

    Wow! You nailed this one. Full of truth and wisdom and so thought provoking. Thank you for being real and sharing what’s on your hearts ????


  53. Gayla Frasier says:

    Love this! March Madness!

  54. Brenda Silveira says:

    Once again! How inspiring are you two? Love reading your blogs, watching your videos on IG and sharing your faith. You two are such a blessing to so many everyday!????

  55. Kat says:

    Nan sounds incredible. “Becoming the person of your dreams is as important as achieving your dreams”… love this! So good. Thank you.
    March madness

  56. Marilyn says:

    Your blog is awesome! March Madness

  57. Brenda Walker says:

    Living a life with such determination and making the most of each day! I loved this post. I’m so not a morning person but the thought of actually getting out of bed with the goal to make the day successful is actually beautiful. You both are just so encouraging. Thank you ????
    ????March madness????

    • jjdesigntwins says:

      Brenda, “Being a morning person” just means they’ve discovered the joy and benefits of getting up early and have gotten used to it mentally and physically. It just means you haven’t done it yet, not that you can’t. This is just another idea our society has taught us. Let go of this limiting belief and you will be on your way to a more satisfying life. Promise. With love, Julie & Jodie

  58. Cathy says:

    With every post comes more inspiration and motivation. Your heart shows in every word. This was a very insightful and positive post. Thank you for sharing.
    March Madness

  59. Jillyn says:

    Thank you for the uplifting words and list of inspiring books to read! I think spring is such a great time to grow and push yourself. It just feels like a great new beginning. Your flower photos are beautiful! #MarchMadness

    • jjdesigntwins says:

      Jillyn, Welcome to our blog! We appreciate your kind words and are so happy to be able to inspire. We hope you will continue to visit us for lots more fun and inspiration to come. We are just getting started 🙂 With friendship and gratitude, Julie & Jodie

  60. Piper says:

    Such a wonderful post! Looks like I need to get to a bookstore today! Love it!
    March Madness!

    • jjdesigntwins says:

      Piper, You can click on the books and link directly to Amazon and have them delivered in a couple days. This convenience is why other bookstores have basically disappeared. Hope you enjoy. These books hold the potential to be nothing short of life changing. With love, Julie & Jodie

  61. Happy March Madness, twins! I’ve received such rich encouragement from this post. Thanks for sharing and thanks for the book titles, too. I’m an early riser and completely agree in getting up early to spend time in prayer and contemplation. Blessings, Lisa

    • jjdesigntwins says:

      Lisa, So happy this resonated with you. We love having your amazing friendship and support along this journey. With many blessings, Julie & Jodie

  62. Pamela says:

    Thank you sharing that little piece about your Grandma..what she shared with you, you were able to share with all of us!!!
    March Madness

  63. Shelly fonda says:

    Love going to your blog daily!!!:)))
    March madness❤️

  64. Debbie Rosalis says:

    March Madness !!! ????

    • Rhonda Comus says:

      Bless you both for an amazing blog!! Thanks for being genuine and true to yourself.
      ????????????March Madness

  65. Kristine says:

    What a great blog post, you sharing about your grandma brings back so many memories of my grandmother. God bless her, she lived to age 95 and spoke the language of your grandma too, I believe their generation were so wise and successful in so many ways, she taught me so many things I still value today. #MarchMadness

  66. Sarah says:

    Look at all these fantastic books you have found and out together for us. Y’all are so awesome. Thank you
    March madness

  67. Jill Stephenson says:

    Thank you for sharing your memories about your Nan. Those moments are truly blessed and sacred moments. ❤????????❤️

  68. Irene says:

    Your flowers in this post are beautiful! March Madness! Literally…our Arizona Wildcats are playing tonight!

  69. Jackey Johnson says:

    March madness .

  70. Jill says:

    Thankful for your daily inspirations. March madness.

  71. Ginger Bailey says:

    Great insight and food for thought. I am enjoying your blogs! Thinking positive about MARCH MADNESS! ????

  72. Gabriela says:

    Thank you so much for all the inspiration! Everything you blog about and post on your Instagram is so beautiful!!!

  73. Rebekah says:

    Inspirational! March madness! We

  74. LISABETH says:

    Thank you so much for sharing.. Happy March Madness ????

  75. Regina says:

    Love your blogs but most of all I love your videos!!! March Madness!!!

  76. Lynndee says:

    I’m new to your beautiful world, but I can tell by just the little bit I’ve seen and read, that this is a place for me! What a lovely post. You touched on so much I believe in here. And I’m loving the March Madness! – Lynndee

    • jjdesigntwins says:

      Lynndee, That makes us SO very happy! We do pour our hearts and souls into the pages of the blog and to hear you feel that and our words are reaching you is all we want! Thank you for coming and leaving your sweet words of support. We hope you will visit us often. With gratitude, Julie & Jodie

  77. Rebekah says:

    March madness! Love your blog! ????

  78. Jill says:

    Your are truly an inspiration to all. ❤️❤️March Madness ❤️❤️

  79. Debbie Rosalis says:

    Great post !! March Madness ????

  80. Dori Fiedler says:

    Just a comment not on this post but of how much I love your cover photos above! So springy and cheery! ???? MARCH MADDNESS.

  81. Shelly fonda says:

    Hooray for March madness!!!!❤️❤️❤️

  82. Patti says:

    Always great advice and info coming from you girls!
    March Maddness
    Patti ????

  83. Hilary Langille says:

    I just love all your beautiful photos, your beautiful photo content and your beautiful outlook on life! Thank you!

  84. Rhonda Comus says:

    Love ❤ Love ???? Love ❤ your blog. ⚘March Madness ⚘

  85. Jill says:

    Congrats to your son. Washington state!! woo hoo!!
    March Madness!!
    Have a fabulous weekend!!

  86. Debbie Rosalis says:

    Love your blog and instagrams ❤️ March Madness !!

  87. Shelly fonda says:

    Love ok forward to all your blog post and IG stories! March madness!!!❤️

  88. Jill says:

    Your daughter plays the piano absolutely beautiful ❤️????????????????????….. March Madness… go Wisconsin Badgers❤️

  89. Janneth Tauriello says:

    So nice to had met your daughter so much talent, MARCH MADNESSES!

  90. Nancy says:

    I look forward to you IM each day. Great stuff!❤ {march madness}

  91. Melanie says:

    Truly inspiring. Much needed read for me. Thank you and March Madness !

  92. MaKayla Pippy says:

    Just what I needed to hear!!! Finding a purpose can sometimes be very hard 🙂 thanks for the thoughts and word of encouragement!! ❤️

  93. Robin Herbert says:

    Beautiful flowers. March madness ends in a week

  94. Patti says:

    I must have been dosing off when I read this the first time.
    This Spoke to me BIG time! What your grandmother said is a real fear of mine! When I had a health issue I realized I hadn’t taken any chances or done enough living, Wow, you girls are really making me think about life tonight…. P.

  95. Holle says:

    Thanks for all the ideas to think about and reading options.

    March Madness☺️

  96. Mallory says:

    I couldn’t agree more with two of the three book selections you mentioned, only because I haven’t read Think and Grow Rich yet, but I will probably agree with all three once I have 🙂 I have listened toJen Sincero’s book (I have it in Audible) several times and keep picking up something new each time. Also, I just finished Miracle Morning and couldn’t put it down, just an eye-opener!! It’s amazing what a difference waking up earlier can do for your day! Great blog post!

  97. Regina says:

    March Madness ????

  98. Patsy Lively says:

    I just had to say how much I have appreciated your ideas, your views and you shared your heart to all of us. Thank you, ❤ ????????patsy.

  99. Marcella says:

    So Inspiring..Beautiful Blog..
    One day at a time
    March Madness❤️❤️❤️

  100. Sandra Hooper says:

    Love your blog ???? MARCH MADNESS

  101. Alicia says:

    Julie, you are so gifted in your words of encouragement and support. It’s very obvious the Holy Spirit is working in you – prompting your desire to reach out and touch those who need to learn about the power of their mind. Attitude not only helps us move in directions to be successful on so many levels, it’s also important for our overall health! Thank you for your continued awesome content that truly brings value and help to those who are in need. I love your spirit.

    • jjdesigntwins says:

      You just made my day thank you hun! You are so so right my friend. You are so welcome and we are so glad you enjoyed this post!
      Lots of love,
      Jodie & Julie

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