Posted at 3:12 pm , on July 2, 2018
Oh my goodness friends, the notes in my phone are OUT OF CONTROL!!
If I read an article, book, or even an Instagram caption that speaks to me I will write it down in a note. I typically pull from these quotes or thoughts to write my blog posts or post my own captions on Instagram.
Today I had this thought that I want to post things as they come to me instead of having them planned out in advance, or instead of seeking that perfect photo to snap to go along with the words I have in mind to share. It’s an effort to be more present; to share what’s currently rumbling through my heart and head.
So this is where I’ve chosen to dump all the little tidbits I’ve previously gathered.
Get ready to read. Are you set? GO!
Posted at 7:30 pm , on March 11, 2018
Have you ever caught yourself making comparisons, had expectations go unmet, found yourself in circumstances out of your control that are less than ideal, doubted yourself or others, or experienced anxiety?
Those are a few examples of why a bad attitude might creep in.
What are the affects of a bad attitude?
Maybe you have a short fuse and are snappy.
Maybe you feel drained or lack motivation.
Maybe you hop on the negative train and go to a deep, dark pit – where you keep a glass half empty perspective and want to make everyone around you as miserable as you are.
However it’s manifesting, you’ve got a bad attitude and it’s most likely not just affecting yourself.
Step one is realizing this.
Step two is figuring out a solution.
Five Ways To Change Your Bad Attitude :
Posted at 8:52 pm , on January 5, 2018
Hello fellow parents!
I will never claim to have all the answers or know what works best for you and your specific circumstance.
But what I hope to do is encourage you!
Encourage you to be a little goofier today than you were yesterday.
Encourage you to be a little more grace-giving each day.
Encourage you to be a little more mindful of the hearts + minds you’ve been given the gift of raising.
Five Things To Remember In Order To Improve Your Parenting