Feeling Zen & Reducing Anxiety

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Life can get hectic some times. Whether its a job, family, friends, and/or relationships, we are all jugging a lot of tasks. Sometimes I can feel my anxiety levels rising and I realize that I need to take a step back and asses the situation. There are a few things that I have learned over time that has helped to ease my anxiety and I thought I would share them with you. First, I want to reiterate that anxiety is not necessarily a bad thing when it is steered in a positive light. It helps in times of preparation (EX: Presentation).  It can even make me do the best that I can as I have high personal standards of myself, thanks to that bit of worrying. Anxiety used in the right ways is a great motivator! Don’t ever let anyone make you feel like your anxiety isn’t justified. We all feel anxious at some point in life and some of us are more in tuned to our body’s reactions to stress more then others.

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Handcrafted Mother’s Day Gifts: Etsy

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“The days are long but, the years are short.” We all hear it, that piece of advice from every parent before us and, oh how true that one little sentence can be. Being a mom, gave me a new found respect for my own parents because to be honest this shit stuff is hard! Are the kids getting enough vegetables, and too much TV!? Did they go to school with underwear on? (yup, real topic in this house) I mean the list goes on and on. With all that said, at the end of the day I wouldn’t trade it for the world. I love my crazy kiddos and couldn’t imagine life any other way. Keep on reading!

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Teaching Kids To Care For The Environment

As a parent, there are so many things that we are responsible for teaching our children.  We help teach them to communicate,  to have compassion for others, to work hard to accomplish their goals, and how to care for themselves.  Equally important is teaching them to care for this planet and our environment.  We only have one planet and we all need to work together to make changes and preserve what we have for our future generations. Keep on reading!

Nature fairy made from magnolia seed pod, wood bead, acorn top, and shells

Nature Fairy

My daughter loves to collect nature treasures.  It doesn’t matter what we are doing she will most likely collect something and ask to bring it home.  In fact we have a jar by our front door so that she can put her new treasures there when she comes in.  Sometimes we use them and other times they get put back in nature.  I like the idea of using these objects she collects to make something new.  For our latest project we made a fairy together that she named Moana.   Keep on reading!