Something shifted over the past few weeks. The world started waking up from it’s unexpected midwinter’s nap. Slowly stretching, pressing snooze, stretching some more. With trepidation we started to reengage. We have slowly started living after our unimaginable, unprecedented, forced break from life. It is safe to say we are all a little shaken. We are not the same.
http://www.instagram.com/p/B-ZWXRTFIcT/ What an important message of responsibility to oneself! ✨ Remember to stay humble while confident. ✨ Remember to pick the people who love you enough to say no when it counts. ✨ Remember, we are all lifelong learners. ✨ When we stop making mistakes, we stop learning. ✨ We have to ask ourselves…💜 WhenContinue reading “The Importance of Self Reflection”
The American Foundation for the Blind has compiled an extensive list of resources for families living with low vision or blindness. I highly recommend you check out the Family Connect section of their website! Please share any successes with the resources in the comments section. — Read on http://www.afb.org/blindness-and-low-vision/familyconnect-8160
Lesson One: Let Them Fail Now more than ever our children need us to model courage and witness us standing up for what is right. We must do this even when it is painful or difficult, especially then. We need to ask questions when we’re not sure and challenge things we don’t believe to beContinue reading “The Cultivation of Courage Series”
I recently re-read the book, The Alchemist by author, Paulo Coelho. I try to read it every few years. He was on to something when he wrote “every blessing ignored, becomes a curse.” See, God puts people, as well as obstacles, and even tragedies, in our path with great purpose. Sometimes bad things have toContinue reading “Finding the Magic in Unanswered Prayers”
Vocal is a platform for supporting, discovering and rewarding creators. — Read on vocal.media/profile Does anyone have any experience using the vocal platform?
Fighting for the needs of my children while battling depression and anxiety is the hardest thing I have ever done. It is a perpetual roller coaster of emotions without any sense of stability or predictability at all. The courage needed to fix it and the consistent work that is required to make lasting change is now part of my daily life. This ongoing battle is relentless in its persistence. That’s ok though because I am too!
Treat yourself the way you treat your friends…..