Tag Archives: Parenting
When I read Peter Wohleben’s The Hidden Life of Trees, I was blown away by the similarities in how trees in old growth forests nurture and the desires of modern human nurturers. Ancient trees in old growth forests are meant … Continue reading
As a little girl I dreamed of becoming so many things. At a very young age, about 3, I knew I wanted to be a mother. By Kindergarten I believed I could be a mother, teacher, nurse, and space explorer. … Continue reading
Source: Gender Responsibilities vs. “Roles” Sometimes we set in stone things God did not intend and place upon ourselves unneccesary stresses and structures. Nuturers can find some great support in this podcast.
When it comes to tackling our goals at work or in life, for many of us enthusiasm is common but endurance is rare. Let’s face it being gritty enough to see thin(…) Source: Are You Suffering From Stupid Grit? « … Continue reading
Who needs super parents when we can be good, happy ones instead? Source: Are You Making This Common Parenting Mistake? | Live Happy Magazine
Everyone loves a warm embrace from a loved one, but did you know that hugging has been scientifically proven to boost your health and happiness? Source: 6 Reasons Why You Need More Hugs | Live Happy Magazine