Gratituesday 3/31

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I am using my Choose Gratitude: Blessings Journal and I love it.

Here are the things I wrote down this week:

  1. vulnerabilities
  2. uncomplicated baby deliveries
  3. softness
  4. reading
  5. perserverence
  6. Olio’s Market

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Heavenly Homemakers do Gratituesday too!

 

gratitude

Thank you Happy Map for the photo.

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Sacred Frankincense

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Sacred Frankincense is amazing.

 

Essential Oils Pocket Reference:

  • Young Living’s Sacred Frankincense is the first Omani Frankincense to be available to people not of Saudi royalty or Omanian privileged.  (p. 110-111)
  • Reguarded as the Frankincense of the ancients and the traditional spiritual oil of biblical times.
  • Believed to be taken to Jesus at his birth.

Good for:

  • skin
  • stomach discomfort
  • dental
  • blood
  • infections
  • mental ailments
  • promotes cellular health (A drop a day…)
  • calming
  • meditation
  • relaxation
  • promotes higher spiritual awareness

My mom who suffers from Fibromyalgia, says that she can tell a difference when using Sacred Frankincense compared to regular Frankincense  to help decrease her symptoms.  She uses Copaiba, Idaho Balsam Fir and Sacred Frankincense on the bottoms of her feet every day!

  

 

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Transitions 4

Whining and complaining can sometimes be diminished with how transitions are handled.

 

What

What are transitions?

Transitions are the little pieces of time when changing from one activity to another.

As adults, we often know how much time we have to complete an activity. We know that we will need to leave in five minutes or that dinner will be ready in fifteen minutes. We can then decide how best to use the time to prepare for the next activity.

Children do not naturally have this luxury.

 

I Can Teach My Child

Read the rest of this post at I Can Teach My Child!

 

Challenges

Week 1: Read the entire post by going over to I Can Teach My Child. Try to implement this suggestion before you leave the house each time. Set an alarm reminder or place notes around the house to remind you. Remember to give them a 5 minute warning before they need to pick up or stop the activity!

Week 2: How did last week go? Take time to reflect and make adjustments if needed. Do you need another week to practice the above? Continue implementing the above and take note of other times when you need to implement this strategy. Make a list and add to it all week!

Week 3: How did last week go? Get your list. Continue Week 1 challenge and add one other transition time from your list! Good luck!

Week 4: How did last week go? Get your list. Continue Week 2 & 3 challenges and add one other transition time from your list! Good luck!

  

 

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