We are the creators of our own happiness. Only we can choose How we see things What we focus on How things make us feel Who we surround ourselves with What we put into our bodies How we spend our time How we experience things We can consciously choose to
Tonight I lost my patience. When the usual bedtime antics went on longer than I could handle, with having had a testing few weeks, having done a full day plus the dinner and bedtime routine solo, and having things on my mind that I wanted to get done (for the
On those days (or weeks) when… You’re a little more tired You’re a little less patient You’re a little more clumsy You’re a little less motivated You’re a little more forgetful You’re a little less talkative You’re a little more irritable You’re a little less organised You’re a little more
How often do we give ourselves a pat on the back as parents, and say, ‘You’re doing a great job!’? When someone says, ‘You’re doing an amazing job!’, or ‘I don’t know how you do it!?’, how often do we accept the compliment, instead of shying away or politely disagreeing?
Going back through the photos that our boy took on his camera on our recent Zoo trip, getting to see things through his lens, I can’t help but reflect on his innocence. How free our young children are to look at things without judgement or presumptions. I’m not sure if