Since October 2019 I have taken a closer look at the National Days we could be celebrating here in the USA, and paying closer attention to how they could impact our own family’s Lifescape. It’s a chance to look at the world through different eyes each day. Taking a different perspective gives us the opportunity to see that there is more to life than what’s going on in our own individual lives. Some are quite impactful, as others are not. I don’t always pick the most obvious choice, so let’s take a look at May’s days:
Monday mornings can be hard for some, so we’ve started a weekly humor series that features animals exploring a lifestyle with essential oils. Many in the series have a double meaning, and even a serious message. But we hope the graphics at least bring a smile to your face.
Oh I haven’t been looking forward to the arrival of 2020, but it’s here. It may only be another year for many, but this is the year I think I may have my midlife crisis. I have a birthday next month that is beginning to freak me out somewhat, and I’m not sure I’m going to get through this month without it having a significant influence on my thoughts.
Would it surprise you to know that stress is a natural process within our bodies? It’s true. Stress originates from our “fight or flight mechanism”, our natural defense against predators and danger.
Believe it or not we’re nearly half way through the last month of 2019. Rather than having a retrospective view point, this month I started looking ahead of time.
Well, back in late-October I decided that I would look at this more closely, with a focus on our “National Days” here in the USA.
Autumn is beautiful. The changing colors of leaves on trees. Getting to take walks along paths littered with fallen leaves and acorns. The fresh air that blows away cobwebs. Taking the opportunity to change up your closet by digging out warmer coats, scarves, hats and gloves, along with your favorite pair of boots. It’s also a time to stock up with logs for the fire and settle in earlier as the darker nights draw in.
my middle child exclaimed that we should have this drink more often and instead of hot chocolate, which is sometimes a treat for them on the weekend. That in itself is a win!
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