One of the most important lesson’s I’ve learnt on this, let’s call it, leap of faith journey is that every interaction is an opportunity. Fancy business corporates call it networking, I love to think of it as sowing a seed. Whether you are going to dinner with friends and meet someone new in their crowd or if you are going to a workshop. I believe that every person you meet has the potential to add value to your life, indirectly…
The job itself was great, but then why did I leave? Turns out, I am the problem. Let me explain, it comes down to a leap of faith, again.
It’s no secret in our home, I am not the DIY mom. I’ve learn’t to manipulate technology to help me make things but that’s as far as it goes.
I believe that is the best time to make a change, before you are ready and before you have all the ducks in a row, to give yourself the grace to learn without the pressure of perfection.
Sometimes we cling onto something so tightly because it’s comfortable or because it’s easy, not realising that sometimes it’s in the uncomfortable positions, where we challenge ourselves, that we are able to grow and prosper.
A few lessons from this experience: Number 1, make sure you lay down a drip sheet. You will mess. Don’t lie to yourself.
Jayme asked for a bunk bed and I knew this would be the only opportunity I would get to move them into one room together and to stop co-sleeping at the same time. Soon Jayme will be too old to want to share a room with his little sister, so it was now or never. My idea for the space was to make it calm, functional for a little boy and girl and something they would both enjoy. I wanted…
When someone puts your child in an uncomfortable position, take their side, make them know you always will if someone makes them uncomfortable, it’s a sure way to cultivate a safe space.
I’m the mom, which also makes me the dedicated finder of lost things.
Due to COVID hitting us all really hard we are all in defence mode and our highest priority is to protect ourselves and our family. We have learnt over the past few months that coronavirus is spread from an infected person who coughs or sneezes producing respiratory droplets. These droplets land on surfaces and can remain there for various amounts of time. Therefore, we need to make sure the environment we are in contact with or our high-touch surfaces are…