Have you thanked someone today?
I love the quote below and even though my children give me serious side-eye when I paraphrase it – they get it. I truly believe that we can always find something to be thankful for in our day-to-day walk.
Each day, great things come to us that make our life better in some way, if not today, then tomorrow or the next day. So it’s important to show gratitude and appreciation!
As the school year begins, too many children are already falling behind. I am 1 of 30 bloggers helping #FindtheWords with @SavetheChildren to raise awareness of the need for early childhood education for all kids. I am participating in this social media campaign to highlight 30 words in 30 days — to symbolize the 30 million fewer words that children from low-income homes hear by age 3.
Save the Children provides kids in need with access to books,
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Believe it or not – it’s back to school time already! Many have already started their 2014-2015 school year.
Hey Divas! Heads up, I received a variety of full product-sized Chiquita Apple Bites free from the manufacturer. I agreed to use this product and post my opinion on our website. My opinions do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the manufacturer of the product and no other financial compensation was received. As always, all opinions shared are 100% mine.
I don’t know about your kiddos, but mine are habitual snackers. They play hard and are constantly refueling throughout the day.
I am re-energized after accomplishing a goal I set for myself.
The achievement motivates me. I have found that the key is setting realistic goals that are you capable of achieving but that will still challenge you. Successfully attaining those goals will leave you confident in your abilities and ready to achieve more.
Accomplishing a goal will rejuvenate your self-confidence. There are times when we may doubt our abilities.
Welcome to the 2014 Summer Blog Tour! Fellow Blogger, Lena of Uncreative Mommy added me to the tour and I am excited to pause from the hustle and bustle to get to know some new bloggers and get reacquainted with older ones.
As part of the tour, the participants are to answer a few questions and then introduce you to new bloggers in their circle. So let’s get started!
What am I working on?
How to Advocate for Your Children to Succeed by Janeane Davis
Janeane Davis, Superwoman, Former Divatude Challenge Participant, mother of 4, wife of 24 years, and friend wrote the book “How to Advocate for Your Children to Succeed” in order to help parents use their skills and talents to help their children reach their own definitions of success.
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Book Synopsis From Amazon:
For the most part,