While reading through an article recently, I came across this phrase 'beneficial misfortune.'
Wake up early, before the sun, to quickly dress for the day. Take the dog out, till he's done, then hurry in okay? The lunches need packed and the children need woke, to prepare for daycare and school. Don't forget to sign that permission slip, lest your school ager feel like a fool. Drop them … Continue reading Everything to Everyone
Now do I think that playing at the park a great way to spend quality time with our kids? Yes. 100%. However I ALSO think it’s important to consider the skills our kids are picking up.
Facebook can give us an illusive feeling of connection. I don’t know about you, but for 2019 I’ll be focusing more of a genuine way of keeping in touch.
'Tis the season for thankfulness, giving, self reflection, and goal setting!
Have you ever read the article swirling around social media called "Dear Dad's: Take the picture" ? It's a message to all father's encouraging them to snap candid photos of their wives/girlfriends with their children. My husband is actually pretty great at doing this sometimes, and I love him for it. One day recently … Continue reading “What’s That?”
It always surprises me how many people are put off by the idea of keeping a journal. Maybe it's because the word 'diary' comes to mind, and unless you're a 12 year old tween, then I'm guessing you don't fancy carrying around the stigma of having a 'diary'. Or it might even be because … Continue reading Want to Change your Perspective? Start Keeping a Journal