What I want my kids to know.
Lessons for the little ones.
I heart this post.
Poetry on parenting.
The acts of selfless kindness I've been the recipient of.
My linky is live. Come join in.
How to be nice.
Conquer with kindess with Kinnd tees.
My top 5 tips on being kind.
We all compare ourselves to others, that's just flipping life, right?
Wonderful to have Kay Hammond from These Random Acts sharing her inspiring words today, on the blog.
Recently my husband and close friends have informed me that I'm too nice! A back-handed compliment if ever there was one right?! Too nice? Am I too nice?!
I've been on the receiving end of 'Mean Girl' style behaviour in the past and I bet you have too.
So today I popped over to one of my all-time favourite blogs, The Joy Chaser, written by my good pal Michelle, who never fails to inspire and spread joy through her words-and this post of her's HERE stopped me in my tracks and reminded me of the importance of fighting our fears.
Doubt, it's easy to let it overcome you and eat you up, isn't it? But you mustn't let it.
I want this post to be as positive as possible, really I do but I write this with a frustratingly sore, burnt leg after I spilt a cup of boiling hot tea down myself- and over my poor laptop (which has only just recovered from being swamped by water earlier this month enduring a trip to Google Android hospital) so the pain in my leg might just reveal itself in my words.
I know I'm incredibly lucky in so many ways: I have a strong, supportive, wise and loving husband; the smartest, fun and most encouraging folks you could ever wish for, and a big group of fiercely bright and brilliant female friends (and one male bestie too of course-Will, you rock).