We hear it all them all the time, phrases like: "mom sets the tone!" or "if mama ain't happy, no body's happy." As a mama myself, I can assure that no matter how many times you hear this phrases, they will never stop being accurate. If I'm in a bad mood, everyday struggles of childrearing feel significantly harder. Upon fully accepting the validity of these phrases, I decided to make some simple adjustments to my life and schedule to maintain the best attitude toward my responsibilities as a stay home mother. I've outlined them for you here. I hope you can implement some ...
“Having a personal mission statement has been shown, in fact, to be the one thing that can keep someone alive in settings as brutal and life-threatening as concentration camps. A personal mission statement acts as both a harness and a sword – harnessing you to what is true about your life, and cutting away all that is false.” -Laurie Beth Jones, ‘The Path’ Before you begin, keep these three points in mind: It can be as short or as long as you like. It only needs to impress you! It’s a work in progress, not a final draft. You should know it by heart.
Topics: Emotional Health
If you are prior military, you know what that means to have to change. It is institutionalized in the armed services. Whether you changed duty assignments every 18 months to 2 years during your 20 year career, or you were deployed only once to a combat zone in Southeast Asia or the Middle East, there was no choice: things had to change, you had to change.