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Done is better than perfect

Hey luvs,

I specifically chose this heading because it basically explains how I feel at the moment. Do you guys feel like you struggle with something because you want the best results, only to realize that you just need to get it done. 228 more words

Knitting With a Friend

I spent 3 1/2 hours with my friend knitting. We sat at Bernice’s, a local bakery, and enjoyed tea, a snack and our knitting.  It was delicious to sit and talk and knit.  59 more words

The Battle with Self

Last week I spent a lot of time battling things I thought I had overcome time ago! I felt like I was not measuring up. I felt like everyone was in a better position,  better than me. 594 more words

Life

Holding on and letting go

I’ve never thought of myself as a particularly clingy parent. I’ve happily let my kids go to play at other people’s homes and have sleepovers from a fairly young age (hey, I’ve even encouraged them – the peacefulness when we have a break from each other can be so lovely!) 459 more words

Making Progress

Helen K reblogged this on Home Base and commented:

Some blog posts require reblogging because the topic still applies. And that is to topic of knowing when to hold on, and when to let go. This time it's how best to support my daughter navigate a path between being oversensitive and standing up for herself at school. The urge to 'make it better' is strong but, provided it doesn't go too far, her teachers and us as parents are better placed in helping her help herself. It is a slow process, but there is progress nonetheless. We can see that she is developing greater awareness, including self confidence without being self absorbed, kindness without being a doormat (although, of course, there are lapses in all of these, and that's to be expected). Importantly, this won't continue for ever - there is a light at the end of the tunnel. And it's a tunnel she needs to travel through - we can be there, but we can't carry her through it. What's your biggest challenge as a parent?

Liebster Award - My Nominations #1

Words cannot express the excitement I felt when I found out that I was nominated for the Liebster award by Lauren Ambrico.

I have invested long nights of sitting at my desk, writing blogs, engaging with readers, building my social media, creating photo content, and much more. 2,096 more words

Being Yourself

Highs and Lows

A mixed bag of a day. Aren’t they always? Mostly good though. 296 more words

Ireland

Progression & the Bigger Picture

Does what you’re doing resonate with what you want to attain out of life?

At the end of the week, month year will it even matter? 40 more words

Challenge Yourself