Christmas is coming, and although for some it’s the best time of the year, you may feel sad and have no idea how to handle it. These feelings may come from the loss of a loved one, from being away from the family, from a divorce or separation and even from unexpected changes such as illness, among others. Some years ago, when I faced the first Christmas alone with my daughter, I felt sad and, on many occasions depressed. The best time of the year had become memories that made a beautiful moment, a sad one.
Since I was little, when the day of thanksgiving arrived, my family began a series of activities and traditions that filled me with happiness and that I remember with a lot of affection. I always wanted to create traditions that my children could remember, treasure and carry from generation to generation, and divorce wouldn’t stop me.
Here I share five of my inventions with the intention of inspiring you to build your own rituals or traditions, and to fill you with happiness even in the midst of sadness.
In a society where we share everything we do - through social media - being a creator, innovator or a highly productive person can seem fascinating - but let's be honest - this is not always that easy.
Highly achievers’ people can overcome adversity and achieve everything they set out to do. However, added to the challenges we face in society, productive people also must challenge: The fear of not being good enough.
When a person is highly productive is constantly looking for a new idea to undertake, a task to complete or a new challenge using each achievement as the energy that drives them to move forward. It sounds good, right? Yes, but in addition to the anxiety that this can cause, the fear of not being enough can also come to our mind. It's when you ask to yourself, will I be able to do this? feeling anxiety and self-doubt.
Let's be honest once again! You decided to work by your own, create your blog or start your online business and, today you feel stuck. You read every day on the social media of those who have managed to be successful doing their own business, but for you is becoming impossible.
Here I share with you 3 steps that I use to organize my projects and that will help you to get things done. Are you ready? I'll share with you a method used by many technology companies for the organization and project management. It sounds complicated, but it is not. The most important thing about this method is that it only works if you practice it.
The birth of Eowyn was beautiful, with an incredible pain, but surrounded with my mantras everything looked more outgoing. Meanwhile we were at the hospital the natural oxytocin did his job and together with my friends and family everything was happiness. But when crossing the door from the apartment I had to face my fears and reality.
I suffer from fibroadenomas from both breast.
A tumor that grew frequently in my breast and even if it caused pain it hasn’t been anything with cancer. The hormones of the pregnancy grew extremely the fibromas of my left breast were completely deformed. I have friends that have had cancer of breast a some of them aren’t with us right now. As now fear that this can cause me, I was grateful to God for being cured I didn’t dare to complain.
My fear? Not being able to provide my baby with breastfeeding that could bring her so many benefits.