Teenage years come with a whole lot of drama. The importance is to KNOW your child and to understand him by not taking his behavior towards you too personal and not to overreact when he’s a bit offish. A lot of "out of the norm" behaviors can be placed on puberty hormones, but respect goes… Continue reading Teenage blues
We knock it down, then we build it back up, but does it have to be that way? Can't we learn, can't we be brave, can't we believe? Because maybe that's all we really need; a little courage, a little hope, a little believe. Maybe there are no boundaries if we choose to not see… Continue reading Be brave
Hi everyone!! I’m so excited for the fact that my God is so intentional…so thoughtful…so precise in what I need. His love is just so overwhelming and that He is mindful of me???... just messes me up each time I think of it!!! (in a good way tho!!) One of my absolute favorite writers of… Continue reading Love like you’ve never been hurt
I've come to rely so much on my husband in the last couple of months due to work responsibilities, that he has become such an EXPERT in multi-tasking, time-juggling, schedule keeping, problem solving, master chef cooking, Uber driving, doing-pink-tutu-things with our daughter and rugby coaching our son all in one go. He is practically running… Continue reading The Superman in your man
Just to recap on my previous posts on finding balance between family, work, finances and health. Without balance you might feel like nothing in your life is in an order you would like it to be. It is hard to find adequate fulfillment and be happy when feeling unbalanced. Your family relationships will take strain,… Continue reading Finding balance – Part 3
So PMJ❤ has got a new way of teasing me by saying whenever we ‘debate’ about a topic… ‘Why don’t you blog about it’ or ‘that would make a good blogging topic’. Well, this is just one of those topics and he is going to regret saying that because now I’ll do just that and… Continue reading Is this a good time for us to talk?