Be Your Own Cheerleader. Take Note Of Your Own Progress, Take Perseverance, And Your Inner Strength. Be Affirming And Kind To Yourself. Believe In Yourself. Unknown When talking to many business owners, the one important piece of advice to give to any up and coming entrepreneur is to always be your own biggest cheerleader. When facing their decision for their business they always had someone … Continue reading Collaboration Of Self Care: Be Your Biggest Cheerleader
“The Greater A Child’s Terror, And The Earlier It Is Experienced, The Harder it Becomes To Develop A Strong And Healthy Sense Of Self.” Nathaniel Branden Let’s be real! What would you do if you child came home and said someone was hitting them? Most of us have an idea, and it would be anywhere from confronting the school, parents, going a little Hand That … Continue reading School: When Is Enough, Enough?!
“Appreciation Is A Wonderful Thing” Voltaire It takes 2 minutes to pull out a card, write a little personal note, sign it, write an address on an envelope, stamp it, slide the little card in and seal it. This little form a gratitude takes only a few moments, and can mean so much to the person who receives it. In many cases, it can be … Continue reading Mental Health: Thank You Notes
“You Know Your Body, If You Don’t Get The Answer You Want, Keep Pushing!” Tina Bills Disclosure: Images Located In This Blog Contain After Surgery, Cancer Treatments, And Partial Nudity. Guest Writer & Cancer Fighter: Tina Bills My daughter Zoey was born on the 14th of November 2015 in Norfolk, Virginia. That was the greatest day in my life and she was perfect. Rob and … Continue reading Beating The Odds: Both Good & Bad
“The Best Therapy Is Time Spent Laughing With Good Friends” Sarah Negus (BeUtiful) Living in a beautiful city such as the one I live in, I am able to take in the beautiful scenes around me of all the beautiful people, beaches, shops, and restaurants. Each time I pass them I think should I stop and treat myself to a little treat of my own? … Continue reading Collaboration Of Self Care: Coffee Date With Friends
I Don’t Have A Fear Of Heights. I Do, However, I Have A Fear Of Falling From Heights. George Carlin The text goes off on my phone: Nate: the Padres are giving 150 free tickets to tomorrow’s game. Of course I am not going to say no to a new opportunity since I am trying to deal with my anxiety issues of going anywhere out … Continue reading Petco Park: Padres Vs Marlins. High Rise Seating!
“Keep Moving Forward” In All Aspects Of Life Walking has started to be my new way of finding peace! First it started as a little walk in the neighborhood, then I started finding the beauty of the beach! Here is what I found when I opened my mind and heart to God’s true place! My mind started to become clear as I no longer heard … Continue reading Collaboration Of Self Care: Take Daily Walks
“You Buy Cheaply, You Pay Dearly” French Proverb I wanted to share something with you…. The other day I had bought 3 Air Wick Outlet Plug Ins Essential Oil. (Paid $1.33 each) There are times I want the house to smell clean, and refreshing especially after a basic cleaning. That little extra! One for the kitchen, one for the kid’s bathroom, and one for the … Continue reading Review: Experience With Cheap Plug Ins
“Writing A Journal Each Day Allows You To Direct Your Focus To What You Accomplished, What You’re Grateful For And What You Are Committed To Doing Better Tomorrow. Thus, You More Deeply Enjoy Your Journey Each Day.” Hal Elrod With an in depth conversation with Kwajalein, her and I realized that we have so much to say. Both of us want the world to know … Continue reading Collaboration OF Self Care: Start A Joural
“Proper Preparation Prevents Poor Performance.” PictureQuotes.com This rule stands in place for my husband, children and all of their friends. What is this rule? It is just as it says. The 48 Hour Rule!! As a military spouse, we are asked to do things for our military other halves. Sometimes our military spouses like to forget to tell us when things are happening, when they … Continue reading Mental Health: The 48 Hour Rule