Tag: inspiration

Teaching our children respect

You teach your children how to be respectful by respecting them. They are humans. Not your little robot to control. I caused a trigger for a young woman the other week for saying I don’t smack my kids and that boundaries and respect can be taught without resorting to hitting them, in response to a

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You can find fulfillment at any time of life

According to a study reported in Prevention Magazine, not in the slightest; “79% of baby boomers will expect to work at least part-time well into their golden years,” the study has revealed. “A growing number of adults are looking at their 40s, 50s, and 60s as the right time to start fresh in an entirely

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Deep reflection of the life I’ve called in

Sitting here in deep reflection. This life that is happening for me and to me that I have called in. Sometimes it scares me but mostly it inspires me. The sisterhood that I have holding me now is beyond words. The deep reverence and honour we have for each other and the people we desire

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Experiencing Inner Peace

Inner Peace, isn’t that what we’d all love to experience consistently as we weave our paths through everything life gives us? The good news is, it is far simpler to attain than many of our outer (material or physical) goals. The bad news is that simple isn’t always easy! Attaining inner peace is not easy

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For the people who ask what makes our relationship last

Recently I have been experiencing another death and rebirth of my marriage. The ever falling away and new things being introduced. This called for me to stand in a power that I don’t normally stand in because I don’t need to. It called for my husband to stand back, stand up and step in, in

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Does expectation breed confidence?

Are you someone who finds expectations heavy and a burden? Or are you someone who feels ready to take on the world at the idea of an expectation you have? Often our expectations are based on the assumptions we have about people or groups of people. The same is true of ourselves. Have you ever

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Easy Ways To A Better Life

Want a better life? Big changes are difficult, and take time, but there are many easy steps you can take right now. Take many steps, even small ones, and pretty soon you’re getting somewhere. A Better Life Today It’s easy just to look, right? Start looking for specific ways to make your life better, and

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Effective Strategies for Overcoming Procrastination

In this day and age we are so inundated with choice and opportunity that you might even say we are spoiled for choice. There is just so much that we could do, we often end up not doing anything at all. Procrastination is one of the biggest dream killers. In a world where there is

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Excellence is Never an Accident

My life has been on a trajectory I could never have imagined over these last few years. And as always, it’s had me reflecting on many things. “Excellence is never an accident; it is always the result of high intention, sincere effort, intelligent direction, skillful execution and the vision to see obstacles as opportunities.” The

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I’m not a perfect mother and I don’t want to be

I received what I consider a compliment recently that I FUCKING loved! And I want other mothers to hear it. Because as mothers we deserve to not be saddled with an image of perfectness. The comment was: “I finally caught up to you and stopped trying to be a perfect mother and now I’m having

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