Happy Saturday! I hope everyone is having a great day. We’re spending our day staying warm inside watching movies. I’ll have to get motivated to go out for a few errands later, but for now, we’re enjoying family time.
Just a reminder to everyone, for as much as we should be helping out others in their times of need and/or distress, don’t forget to also do things for you. Having too much stress in your own life isn’t healthy and your health is important too.
I myself have made two life decisions this week and somehow after making those decisions things feel less stressful and overall I have a feeling of peace. The first decision I made was to start TaeKwonDo again. I had to stop in April because the kids’ baseball took up nearly every day. I was going to start this week but forgot we had several commitments already. Rather than stress about fitting it all in, I called the instructor and told him I’d be starting the beginning of December. The second decision is something that I’m not going to do for several months, so at this time I’m not going to share. However, just making the decision seems to have taken a great burden off my shoulders and has left me feeling at peace.
Have a great rest of the weekend and remember to Relax just like Purrdy!
As a working mom, with two boys who keep me busy, it’s very difficult to keep the house clean. I constantly find myself apologizing to our guests for the mess. I never seem to have enough time to get to everything done. I get one room clean and by the time I have time to clean the next room the first is messy again. It’s a battle to keep the house in the least messy state possible. 🙂 Which is why I celebrate small victories! Continue reading
When I graduated college, I adopted a cat I named Nala. This past June I had to put her down, she was 14 years old. It was a sad time, but she had cancer of the mouth with a large tumor that was affecting her ability to eat and her immune system wasn’t functioning well so her overall health went downhill fast. We knew we were eventually going to get another cat because we still had Cutie our 3-year-old orange tabby. Continue reading
This past weekend my boys and I ran in a fun run 5k for a school district fundraiser. It was the first 5k as a family and the first the boys have ever done. I was nervous because I was not familiar with the area where it was held, we all ran at different levels and I didn’t know how crowded it would be. So my solution was that we needed to stick together and run at the pace of the slowest runner. My oldest was the faster runner of the three of us. He would run ahead then jog in place until my youngest and I caught up. He wanted to be able to tell his gym teacher that he, “ran the whole 5k without stopping”. Continue reading