This week I’m really feeling the darkness – perhaps because we’re in the midst of sickness, illness and more sickness… But apparently today I should have seen 7 hours and 18 minutes of sun. Some chance!
I thought that this article on parenting was really good, especially as this is an area that I really want to work on. The past few weeks have just been about existing, rather than living, and so it has been hard not to nag and criticise. Now I have some ideas how to fix this.
Oh, this smoothie sounds divine – I need to get the blender out!
Like Linda, I am really not a big fan of kale either, but I wonder if these kale chips might be a way to enjoy all the benefits that I keep reading about this “superfood”?
I hold my hand up here – I am terrible at stretching and I really should do it much, much more. Just looking at these stretching exercises makes me feel more limber, so that has to be a good sign, right?
This blog post from Kelly struck a chord with me even though I have (thankfully) never been subject of such bullying but I found it so interesting as I have recently come to terms with the difference between how we present our lives online and how real life actually is. It has been a key lesson to realise that nobody’s life is as perfect as it appears on a blog. However, I just don’t understand why people feel the need to say something to people online that they would never dream of saying when face-to-face with that person, as is articulated so well by Bri.
Aren’t these a fantastic set of guidelines for little ones to follow?