It’s been three months since our new chapter began, with hubby coming home to be with the kids & invest more energy into his business, and I jumped back into a full time role in the corporate space. Three months of adjusting, three months of working out our new normal, three months of finding our … Continue reading New Chapter
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 focus on the positives, & … Continue reading Game Changer
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 kids) once the kids went … Continue reading Losing Patience
A week & a half ago after a trip to the ED, I was told I had viral pericarditis (inflammation of the sac around the heart) on top of the tonsillitis that our youngest kindly passed on... forcing me to REALLY slow down & rest my body. Whilst I’m frustrated that I can’t physically do … Continue reading Heart healing
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 distracted You’re a little less … Continue reading What do you do?
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? How often do we sit … Continue reading Giving credit, where credit is due