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📺 The pop culture consciousness of #ILoveLucy is a perfect demonstration of what #awareness, #belief and #habits are. It’s also called collective consciousness and is what’s responsible for our experiences in our personal lives and communities. We’ve learned what to notice, what to like, what to dislike, we’ve been taught what to believe and we’ve fallen into the habits based on those awarenesses and beliefs. Just look at this time of the year.
How many often have you heard someone say, “It’s been so crazy since Thanksgiving,” or “I’ve been eating so much crap, but you know - it only comes once a year and I figure I’ve got all year too worry about dieting.” #
Seriously - I observe this language everyday and can reflect back on the times I’ve said it.
Here’s where this episode is going to get really interesting really fast:
💜 First, there are only TWO TYPES OF DIETS - ever. That’s it & understanding the components of these two diets are key to which one you’re going to experiment with.
💜 Second, the thoughts we had about our body yesterday are casting the vision for what our body will be tomorrow.
💜 Third, appreciating the diet industry and actually believing it’s awesome will change the cultural belief that you can’t find a diet you can stick with.
💌I also have a special invitation to join a book club mastermind in YOU 2.0 **THE*WEEK*OF*DECEMBER*25*
Born in Jamestown, New York, on August 6, 1911, Lucille Ball was an actress, comedian, producer, and film-studio executive who got her start as a fashion model in 1929 before going on to get work as a chorus girl on Broadway in the early 1930s. Following several minor film roles, Ball married Desi Arnaz in 1940, and the couple made a home for themselves on a ranch in California's San Fernando Valley. Ball, who had grown up with cats and dogs, was an animal lover, and at one point, the couple had five dogs, six cats, and several chickens. In her autobiography, Ball -- who made history in 1962 when she became the first woman to run a major television studio -- said of her fondness for felines: "Cats I admire because of their independence." During the course of her career, Ball was nominated for 13 Primetime Emmy Awards -- winning four times -- she was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame, and she received a Golden Globe Cecil B. DeMille Award before she passed away on April 26, 1989, at 77 years old. Information via "Love, Lucy" by Lucille Ball ❤️🐱❤️🐱 #lucilleball#lucy#ilovelucy#crazycatlady#purrfect#hollywood#catquotes#cats#meow#purrfect#purrfection#womenandcats#womenwithcats
12/8/1952: Lucy is Enciente // I Love Lucy becomes the first prime time tv sitcom to publicly acknowledge a pregnancy by writing Lucille Ball's real life pregnancy into the story line. By the look of joy on both Lucy and Desi's faces, we are reminded that, once again, their real life situations were worked into the script. Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz were having their second child-- and sharing it with the country. #ilovelucy#werehavingababy#mybabyandme
"When we shot this scene in front of an audience, Desi was suddenly struck with all the emotion he felt when we discovered we were going to, at last, have Lucie. He started to cry -- I started crying too. Vivian started to sniffle; even the tough stage hands began to wipe their eyes with the backs of their hands. At the end of filming, the director wanted a retake but the audience stood and began shouting, "No. No!" -- Lucille Ball #ilovelucy
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11/29/1953: Ethel’s Birthday 🎁 // Ethel’s one-liners lol we all have that one sassy friend #ilovelucy