There hasn’t been too much action before 9am at our place. Early mornings usually involve two small people climbing into our bed, proceeding to play shops and camping or fight over whose mum and dad we actually are. Then its a stagger to make breakfast, a war to get clothes on, and several demands and complaints. This is bit inspiring though. I know that feeling of accomplishment when you get stuff done in the morning. It’s almost like a super-power time of day where you can achieve much more than you ever imagined. Thanks Sarah Wilson. http://iquitsugar.com/things-to-do-before-9am/
Dr Libby’s TED talk about ‘Rushing Woman’s Syndrome’ – A must watch video.
Two people posted this video about the pace of life and health implications for women on my wall, separately on the same day. So I thought I better make myself a cup of tea and watch it. Boy, I’m glad I did. I didn’t want it to end.
Have a look at the video, and if you like it, there are a couple of other links there to explore. I certainly intend to.
Dr Libby Weaver – “Rushing Woman’s Syndrome”
Would you like some more friends? 5 reasons to stop talking negatively.
I really try to be aware of the things I say. I set out to do this a long time ago but it’s easy to let things slip at times. (more…)
The “Do what you love” series: Belinda McCulloch, film writer & director
In a flash of red hair, she will wow you with a quick, witty remark, or bless your heart with a piece of genuine encouragement. Her approach to world is open, loving, but very rarely will she be rattled. She has a strength that is comforting and consistent, and she is creative and calculated. She’s no ordinary Bea, and this week’s “Do what you love” is all about her.
No legs? No worries. You can still climb a mountain!
If you are feeling a bit sorry for yourself today, get inspired by this. We could all learn a few things from this guy!