Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
Yesterday as I moved about through my house I found myself physically tired. I looked around my living room and kitchen as doll ran about and mentally switched hats as I exhaled and placed on my “molly the maid/ mom” hat.
I ran down my moves in my head, dinner, wash dishes, number session with doll, and I just stopped in the middle of the kitchen as I felt stress start to pour over me and started reciting in my head: I am thankful for my limbs, my eyes to see, a roof over my head… And I started working in the kitchen and keep reciting what I was thankful for and before I knew it dinner was made, kitchen was clean and I could finally sit down and spend some time with doll.
Just that little exercise made the stress melt away, I felt recharged and most of all thankful! The next time you start to feeling overwhelmed instead of complaining just start reciting in your head “I am thankful for….”
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
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Monday, October 27, 2014
Professionally I am a analyst, I analyze finances and give “guidance” on how to process according to the data/trends of prior executions. I guide directors through the inner workings of the finances to spend accordantly. In life I have been guided.
Guidance defined by Webster as: “help or advice that tells you what to do : the act or process of guiding someone or something: the process of controlling the flight of something (such as a missile)”
Because I am a professional analyst I analyze my life, as they would say “you are your own worst critic” and this is true. In the different aspects of my life I am happy. I love being a wife and mom, but professionally I am unfulfilled.
Friday, October 24, 2014
If you follow me on Instagram you would notice that every other I am posting a beautiful boutique of flowers, always roses on my Instagram page. I have a genuine love for flowers, it stems from my mom and growing up and hearing her always say how much she loves flowers and purchase them when she had free money.
I never understood it because as I kid I would always say “well there going to die, what’s the point”. Now as an adult me or my husband buys flowers on a regular bases, it’s like a permanent décor in my house, when they die they get replaced in a few days! Well a company called The Bouqs reached out to me a month back to try out there flowers. They did not pay me for this review; they merely provided a code to get free flowers in exchange for my feedback.