Author, Speaker

Creating change in OUR world
to change THE world.

Author, Speaker

Creating change in OUR world to change THE world.


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Out of Hiding...
Finding the Courage to be Me

Be inspired to explore who you are deep inside and share the magic you came here to share!

The pages within are filled with short stories about wisdom I gained in the experiences of my expedition to find out (remember) who I am. I'm excited to share it with you!

Meet Judy

Inspirationalist: One who inspires, or who aims to inspire, others; one whose beliefs tend to inspire others; also, one who professes to speak or act under spiritual guidance.

Judy James is an inspirationalist who is passionate about connection, growth, learning and teaching. She strives to live intentionally from a place of love and help others to do the same through her teaching and guidance.

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A few things I’ve learned along the way

I’m sharing some things that I have found to be true for me. I invite you to read them and spend some time reflecting on what they hold for you.

More acceptance

One of our greatest lessons in this lifetime will be accepting others’ choices and honoring the choices they make.


When do we accept things the way they are, and when do we try to change them?

Just Breathe.

Remember the power you have to choose to be what you wish to see in the world.

The most important relationship we have is the relationship with ourselves

If we want relationships that are meaningful and deep, we must start with ourselves. What does that mean and how do we do it?

Surround yourself with others that inspire you to be more.

Whenever you feel there is a problem with a relationship, take responsibility and look at it on a deeper level with these questions.


This week I wanted to share with you the piece I wrote to my kids for Mother’s Day.

Small shifts, big changes

There is a lot of talk about having a balanced life. I learned to think about living my life in harmony instead.

Letting go of the little things

There are going to always be things that annoy us. What if their purpose is really to help us grow instead of getting caught up in annoyance?

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