If you think you missed last weekend's challenge don't fret. You didn't miss it! I didn't end up posting one because I was busy helping my almost 16 year old with his resume and website. You know I put my kids' needs first but I do apologize for any of you that were looking forward to it. If you wanted to check out my son's site I know he'd be immensely grateful! It is still a work in progress ;-)
For this weekend's challenge, I wanted to make it about celebrating Mother's Day! I wanted to share a quote with you that I love and I think embodies the type of readers I have here. This is from Ritu Ghatourey -
"It takes someone really brave to be a mother, someone strong to raise a child and someone special to love someone more than herself."
For the challenge, and I know this can actually BE a challenge for some of you, I want you to really take Ritu's words to heart. Have a wonderful Mother's Day!!
As a Parent Coach and Mentor, my passion lies in empowering parents to make the best decisions they can for their children and their families as a whole. As a well-trained coach, I can be your facilitator and accountability partner for long-lasting, meaningful change that has a permanent, positive impact for your family. By focusing on the values that you hold most important in your life, I can help you create and maintain the type of parenting relationship you want to have with your children, now and into their adulthood.
I am a homeschooling mom of four children in Massachusetts. I am also the author of a book called The Herbal Beverage Book, which can be found on amazon or directly on my website. When not coaching, writing or spending time with the family, I enjoy Hayao Miyazaki films, new and classic Dr. Who episodes, anything related to American history and a great glass of mead.
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This blog is a collection of thoughts, articles and perspectives I have at any one time. While I am pretty consistent in my beliefs, life changes and evolves along with experiences. You may feel a connection with me through my writing yet I never want any of my readers to misunderstand that the connection you feel is with a perspective I have shared and not me as a person. I am continually humbled that I am able to connect with my readers, and I hope to continue to be able to for many years to come, but it doesn't make us connected in any way beyond this. If you connect with what I write and know me as an acquaintance, this in no way reflects that I have any knowledge of you, your situation in life or that I am writing with you in mind. It is merely that I have shared a human experience that most likely very many others have had has well. This also goes for anything I post on my Twitter account, Facebook Page and Facebook personal page. I wanted to make this disclaimer as clear as possible so you know that any misunderstanding you choose to have is not my responsibility.