Get Your Life Together: A Step by Step Guide For Awakened Women

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Are you feeling lost and overwhelmed with life right now? Confused in how you got to this spot in your life? No worries beauty. It’s possible to get back on track and feel happy with life once again. My name is Martita Robinson and I’m a spiritual life coach. Thank you for visiting this article on  how to ‘Get Your Life Together.’ This article is geared towards spiritual women that are ready to make dramatic shifts in their lives. Within this article I’ll be giving you the exact step-by-step process I give to all of my clients to create the lives that they want. If you’re ready to take back your life, and live happy, these steps are for you!

 Where you are: Confused, overwhelmed, uncomfortable, feeling lost.
Where This article will Direct You: Happy, at peace, in the flow of life, excited.

Get Your Life Together

Step #1-What Do You Want?

Materials Needed

  • Pens
  • Paper or Journal
  • A quiet comfortable space
  • Incense, candles, aromatherapy (optional)

First things first: Centering

Before you do anything important in your life you need to center yourself. Centering yourself is about resting into the sacred spirit within. Your super power. Your light.

Centering yourself is super important in getting to the core of what it is that you truly need. Learn how in the exercise below!

Exercise #1: Pull out a paper and pen.

Center yourself by taking a deep breath. Take a few of them. This is important. Take your time here. Breathe in as if you are filling the balloon of your belly. It should expand as you breathe in and flatten as you breathe out.  Do this a few times.

Once you feel calm and relaxed–ask yourself the question, “What do I need right now?”

Wait for answers to come. Once they pop in your head, or you get a feeling, write it down. Write down whatever comes into your mind even if it doesn’t make sense. It may later.

Next, ask yourself, “What are the steps I need to take to get it?” Again, write everything you hear, feel or see down. Your deepest desires are communicated in many ways. Write down whatever comes. (Nothing coming up? Check out ‘Troubleshooting’ below.)

Next, look through your guided answers. What do you really want, and how do you get there?


Step #2-Your Plan

Materials Needed

Now that you have the steps to getting what you need, it’s time to plan. I like to use a chalkboard since it’s easy to tweak and I’m always looking at it.

Here’s my board.

Mine is hung up in my office and every time I go in my goals whisper to me, “Hey! Don’t forget, this is what you’re working on!”
I keep track of all my goals easily, and erase every week–applying the new goals for the following week. If you don’t want to invest in a chalkboard, simply use a notebook. Be warned though, in order to get your life together you need to have your goals in your face at all times. Not seeing them constantly makes them easy to forget. Forgotten goals go to the land of lost dreams. Get a chalkboard. 

Exercise #2

Look at your calendar and make a plan for yourself using the steps you were guided to do in Exercise #1.  Let’s say your guidance was to find a new job–then you would plan times for job hunting.

You would look at your calendar and ask yourself, “When can I fit in time to job hunt? What hours are open?” Then you would mark your calendar for the days that week that you would begin–then you would mark your chalkboard according to the dates you’ve created.

The chalkboard’s role is to be a visual reminder, and nudge toward the next step, taking action.

Your next steps:

  1. After you’ve chosen dates, create baby steps. So going off of the example–you would set up time to brainstorm the schematics. You would need to set up time to brainstorm new jobs, the schedule you’re shooting for, salary–etc..
  2. Place those onto your chalkboard as steps you need to take to create your vision.

For the job hunter an example for March would look like this:

March 1-7
March 1, 2-3 pm Brainstorm new Jobs I’d like.
March 2, 2-3 pm Create salary and time wants.
March 3 2-3 pm Apply to jobs on Indeed.

All of this would be set up in a way that feels good on your chalkboard based on your own wants. Then, (this is important) hang the chalkboard somewhere you are going to see it daily.

Set up an alarm on your phone for the dates set up to remind you and keep you focused on your tasks. I also use an app to remind me of my goals. You may like it too. Check out Daylio.

Step #3- Take Action

Now that you’ve set up your dates and times, take action on those dates and times. You can do all the planning in the world but if you don’t move forward into the action phase–you ain’t getting nada. It’s pointless to plan and then sit idle, waiting for your dreams to come true.

You want to get your life together, and your spirit has told you how to do it. You’ve got to take the steps.

When your alarm goes off, do what it’ prompting you to do.  Be an action taker.  Take the steps.


What if nothing comes to me when I ask myself what I want? Sit on it for a bit. Do this once a day until you get ‘aha’s.’ You may not even get them while you do the exercise, rather throughout the day. They may pop up when you’re working or at the gym. When it does, be prepared and write it down. Then move to the next steps. If all else fails, check out my Akashic Readings. These are a way to get to the core of what your issues are directly and support in getting there by connecting to source. Check them out here.

What if I can’t break my goals down into baby steps? There are times where you’ll feel stuck and unsure how to move forward. Prayer can help with this. Pray to a deity or guides for inspiration. Then wait. See what comes up. Write whatever comes up down as you go through your day. If this isn’t working and your goals seem to overwhelming to plan for, check out my Akashic Readings. They may help.


To your success!



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