You experience the world through 1 or 2 senses more than your other senses. If that makes sense!
At school they call this your 'learning style'. Mine is kinesthetic and visual.
Czy masz takie rzeczy w swoim życiu, które przychodzą Ci z łatwością? Rzeczy które dla innych wydają się nie do wykonania a Ty je robisz z największą przyjemnością? Czy masz takie rzeczy przy których czas biegnie dalej a dla Ciebie jakby się zatrzymał? Wiem, że każdy z nas ma coś takiego. Dla jednych może być to śpiew, pieczenie ciast, dobieranie ubrań do określonej sylwetki, makijaż, planowanie, nauczanie innych, fotografia itd... Wiesz, że ten dar to taki prezent w postaci talentów i pasji, który każdy z nas dostał od Boga? Wiem też, że większość z nas trzyma to tylko dla siebie lub traktuje to tak naturalnie, że nie widzi w tym nic nadzwyczajnego...Zachęcam Cię dzisiaj abyś OTWORZYŁ SWÓJ PREZENT ! Podziel się tym co przynosi Ci radość... Wiesz, że są ludzie którzy są w stanie za to zapłacić? Wiesz, że twój dar może przynosić Ci satysfakcję finansową? I właśnie w ten sposób nasza praca może być naszą pasją? 1 Kor. 7:7 #sandwichesofinstagram
wensday #todaymotivation #openyourpresent #gift #giftfromgod #passion #whatisyourpassion #tallent
Are you indulging your creativity?
I know I haven't spent nearly enough time on mine and it's something I'm working on.
So let's say I a) love nature, and b) love being creative (both these statements are true at time if writing) and ta-dah! Here we have a thing I made that combines both!
“Don’t ask yourself what the world needs, ask yourself what makes you come alive. And then go and do that. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” - H.W. Thurman
Owning your own business isn’t easy, but for most of us, it sparks a fire within us that nothing else does. Remember that feeling!
Which is why it's so important to make time for the things you love.
How often do you stay late for your boss when you'd rather be doing something creative, or hanging out with the people you love?
"To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die." Thomas Campbell
God is no respecter of persons, whatever He makes available to one, He makes available to all. There's no special preference of anyone with God and He's made equal provision for everyone.Happy Sunday ❤️💋🙏🏾 #whatisyourpassion #goodlife
How incredible to know that we have an endless supply of creativity.
Which is a massive reminder that we need to be paying attention to it!
How are you paying attention to your creativity?
This time last year I had just left a toxic job. I was having panic attacks so my doctor signed me off and I subsequently handed in my notice.
I gave myself some time out to heal, and for the first time in a long time got really excited about all the things I wanted to do.
I treated myself to a lovely new road bike and went on long rides. I signed up for some voluntary work, I needed to give back and to feel valued.
And while I took this time out my ideas started to grow. I wanted to cycle around the country, spending time in beautiful landscapes.
But I wanted to do this in a way where I would have the flexibility to travel and work at the same time.
And then, as if it were planned, the next step appeared before me in the form of an opportunity to learn the skills that would allow me to do this. To fulfill these bonkers dreams of mine.
Have a nose at the link in my bio and see for yourself.
Have you ever been in a toxic job? How did you you survive it?
Impatience, my old nemesis, popped up again the other day.
I was thinking of all the things I needed to do but not feeling particularly energised when the words 'go slow' came to me.
And I remembered something my friends @andrewandfleur
said to me... 'slow is smooth and smooth is fast'. I love this saying and am going to keep reminding myself of it.
The pace I'm going is just fine thank you very much. Impatience - you can bugger off!
How do you manage your impatience?
I've been a bit quiet on Instagram recently. I've been away visiting my poorly nana.
Yesterday she passed away peacefully.
Dorothy, or Dotty as she became known, was born on 11/06 and died on 06/11. She lived at number 6 for over 50 years and moved into room 11 in the lovely care home where she passed away. 6 and 11 seem to be her numbers and I wonder about the significance of them.
We're not a small family and we all cramped in her cosy, flower filled room in the care home where she lived for her final days.
We stayed by her side for several days and nights, sleeping in shifts, draped over chairs, propping up heads with pillows, wrapped in blankets.
We sat with her through the nights and through the days, we ate there, slept there, chatted, laughed and cried. And we reminisced about her hysterical laughter and the amazing cakes she used to make.
We looked out for each other as well as for Dotty. Our energy there came and went in waves, waves of laughter, chatter and quiet contemplation.
We shared happy memories with Dotty as she slept beside us, while drinking endless cups of tea.
At times there were 8 of us squeezed in there with her, but Dotty, the crafty old thing, waited for a rare moment when none of us was in her room and slipped off quietly. Exactly how she would have wanted to.
This last week has brought us closer together. It's interesting how something like this can bring everyone together - out of a negative there is always a positive and for that I am grateful. Goodnight Dotty, love you nana xxx
It took me a long time to find what I am passionate about. I am passionate about advocating for people with disabilities by sharing mine own and other people's stories. I also passionate about collaborating with organisations to fundraise and raise awareness to assist people with disabilities. What is your passion? 👇⠀
This little girl. She calls me mommy, and she made me a mommy for the first time. Every day she teaches me how to mother and simultaneously she teaches me how to be a kid again. For her, I will move mountains, for her I will work hard. I will mama bear out on anyone who trys to hurt her, but at the same time I will step back to allow her to experience life and all its beautiful pain.
The biggest concept I hope to teach her though, is the idea that she can do anything, absolutely anything she gets her heart set on doing. I want to teach her that her hopes and dreams are valid and very real. I want to show her how with enough hard work and consistency her dreams can come true. And I want her to know that her life is meant for more than following social norms.
She is one of my whys for coaching. I began to have this niggling that our lives were meant for more than just living paycheck to paycheck. Our lives were meant for more than my husband only seeing the girls after coming home from work. So I started my own business. And I will succeed at this business, watch me.
This is your wakeup call. Girlfriend, do you want more? Sweetheart... Do you want your husband to see your little baby's first steps? Do you want to see your baby's first steps for that matter!! Don't miss our on life to build someone else's dreams. Go for it! #onwardsandupwards
Sometimes people around us inadvertently put us down…sometimes they do it deliberately, but whether it’s intended or not, don’t accept it. You don’t have to have a massive confrontation, you can just ignore it or refuse to take any notice of the put-down. My parents have a saying “Don’t let anyone grind you down” – and I love this advice. This is exactly what happens if you’re not vigilant – years and years of criticism, digs, insults and unsupportiveness can just grind down your good humour and confidence. Don’t let anyone grind you down.Stay blessed #whatisyourpassion
Following your passion can open many doors for you. It will set you free and allow you to transform other people’s lives.
"There is no perfection, only beautiful versions of brokenness." Shannon L. Alder
"The soul always knows what to do to heal itself.
The challenge is to silence the mind"