I recently watched a friend of mine go into what I would consider a bit of a frenzy trying to get ready to leave. There was a minor time crunch, which prompted her to keep moving faster. Everytime she sped up she was getting more flustered. I was so incredibly grateful to see her do this because, I myself, have the same reaction.
My dear friend if you’re out there and you're reading this, thank-you, from the bottom of my heart.
which around here means, if there's work we're working. With the exception of our monthly week off together, the two of us have been working very hard to make our dreams a reality. This week I found myself very much in need of a short break. So I busted out the camera and all my some of my toys.
It's the time of year you may want to consider a small patio garden as a fun way to help enrich your family's diet over the course of the summer. Getting kids involved in growing food can sometimes help expand there taste buds. A simple way to help get kids intrigued is to grow a rainbow. Not only is this fun but, every colour has a different set of nutrients that contribute to our overall health.
Whether you've chosen to plant in the ground or in boxes here are the first three things I would start planting any time now.
Not only would we know how much we were spending but, where, when, and on what. I can still think of many good reasons to do this; however, the ever increasing stack of receipts on the deck suggests to me that I need to simplify a bit more before this will be practical.
In the meantime, Brent and I continued to have a discussion about why there wasn’t as much money in the account as we figured there should be. He came to the conclusion that we both use our bank cards to often for little things and suggested we go on a “Cash Diet”.
Hi, I'm Cyndi Bird