Getting Things Done

If you are like me, sometimes I go around in circles before doing what I’m supposed to do. Not because I am avoiding doing it, but I like it to be done perfectly. Somehow in my mind, I think I need to plan to the last detail in order to get it right and get it done. Wrong! Yes, planning is important and is a must, but when it loses it purpose it becomes a liability to you and your work. […]

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Give up your limiting belief

A limiting belief is something you believe to be true about yourself, about others, or about the world that limits you in some way. These beliefs may hold you back from taking chances, keep you blind to opportunities in your path, prevent you from accepting gifts offered to you, or simply keep you stuck focusing on the negative aspect of your circumstances. This post is based on the article written by Allison Fallon.   Overcoming Them   The challenge with […]

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Rambling of a Sleep Deprived Mom

Six am welcomed me on the couch with my baby boy on top of me, he was a little fuzzy and likes to sleep in mommy’s arms. Cozied up baby boy in his crib. My bed here I come. The idea of getting to stretch on my bed for a few minutes sound like a wonderful idea. Until an “ooohhh” from my baby girl burst my bubble of thought. No more sleep for me.   My eyes cross while attempting […]

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Stay Weird

The other day scrolling through Instagram, I came across this post where the lady asked: “What is your uniqueness?”. After some thought, I knew the answer: I’m weird. The post came with the paragraph below. Realizing our uniqueness and accepting it, is what give us value, what’s more, we give value to others. So here, I am going to stay weird.   “Loving yourself involves the discovery of the true wonder of you, not only the present you, but the […]

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Teenage Music Overdose

We use music as an expression of our feelings, in that context we have a music overdose every day. When we get sad, we listen to music to comfort us. If we’re happy, the same thing, joyful music is in order. Working? No problem, music has your back. Can’t leave behind working out to our favorite beat.   When words leave off, music begins. ~ Heinrich Heine.   It doesn’t matter the musical genre of your choice. Music is part […]

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38 Things I Would Say To My Younger Self

Last week prompts for My 500 Words Challenge included the question, “What would you tell your younger self?” and today’s prompt is to make a list. So I’m mixing both. It is an interesting question, hard to find one answer to it let alone 38 things! But I’m crazy enough to try to come up with them. Why 38? Because that’s my age.   Younger Self Listen Up To This Things: God is good. Smile. I tend to have a […]

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My Word Of The Year 2018

I started this New Year with a purpose: to be better. So, when I thought about my word it seemed fitting the word: Challenge.   Google dictionary says: chal·lenge ˈCHalənj/ noun a call to take part in a contest or competition, especially a duel. an objection or query as to the truth of something, often with an implicit demand for proof.   To be better is a competition against myself. When someone enters a contest or competition they train, they […]

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A Day To Remember

From my 13,987 days on planet Earth, I can’t think of a day that stands out above the rest of my days. A day to remember could be the birth of my first son, sure a great day full of joy. The day I became a US citizen, what a proud moment. Or it could be the day I got diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes, not that I was excited about that but it opened my mind to a new […]

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It’s Never Late for a New Start

As cliché as it sounds, every January 1st is a blank page for us, a new beginning, a new start. I won’t make this post about New Year’s resolutions, no, instead I want to motivate you to make a change in mind. To take action to what is burning in your heart. Society make-up “laws”, “regulations”, or whatever you want to call it, about how we are supposed to live our lives and how are we supposed to be at […]

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Wait for me Mr. Time! – Overcoming Procrastination

How many times have we excused ourselves of not having time? Too many. For the past three weeks, I have been all over the place. Making excuses for not having time to write, because I was busy taking care of sick kids, sleep deprived and my blood sugar levels all over the place. If I would have wanted I would have made time for it. Plain and simple. I was just making excuses for my lack of motivation. What I […]

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