Set yourself up for a winning week with these 5 𝒆𝒂𝒔𝒚-𝒍𝒊𝒌𝒆-𝑺𝒖𝒏𝒅𝒂𝒚-𝒎𝒐𝒓𝒏𝒊𝒏𝒈 tips. Example: Think “flexibility”. Rigid thinking makes for tough days. I plan as much as I can ahead of time, but kids, friends, family, car trouble, life. . . stuff happens. Have a plan B and allow for extra time & patience when needed. This is just one of 5 helpful tips that will hopefully help you SEIZE your week.
I hope I never forget these days. In fact, I'll be careful to make sure that I don't. I may not have all of the money that I need or desire right now, BUT I am fully confident that I will attract, work for, earn, grow, keep, be gifted with and otherwise come to a place of full financial abundance. I did not always believe that, so I am grateful - even now before it fully manifests - for the belief. I know it will happen for me. I won't stop until it does.
My youngest son has been quite a trooper. Near the top of this year, we realized what I had already suspected. . . that he was on the Autism spectrum. It's a journey that has brought many changes. Changes are not easy on little kids, especially those with sensory differences. Truth be told, sometimes changes can be too much for even adults, sensory issues or not. Read more about how this little guy can give us all a lesson on adapting to change like a champ.
It's hard to chose to be your best self, every single day. Be encouraged if you are still struggling with this. I have as well, but the lesson is in the journey. A few weeks ago, while driving my son to school, I recognized an opportunity to instill the importance of this into my son at an early age.
When you're all about positivity, progress and passion . . . being down can seem out of character. That's how I felt last week. I was having a tough time dealing with some difficult decisions concerning my youngest son. He's three years old, curious, funny, sweet, full of energy and on the Autism Spectrum. I should have given myself enough room to fully experience my emotions so that I could process and work through them. Instead, I defaulted to guilt. Why was I quick to deny myself a safe space?