Day 29 of my 40 Day blog Challenge (I found out today that Lent this year has more than 40 days, it has 46!! So my 40 Day Challenge is actually a 46 Day Challenge!!), who knew?! And if you did, why didn’t you tell me! 😉 This means there is plenty more room for your contributions 🙂
Today we have a lovely story from Susie about overcoming serious self-doubt:
I overcame self-doubt
Seriously, I think that as you grow, people’s perception of you can have a big impact on how you see yourself. As I grew up, surrounded by a family that had very little expectation of me, and not being pushed to do well at school or in any area, I never really had any confidence in myself or my abilities. Continue reading →
Day 28 of my 40 Day Blog Challenge. A friend emailed me and said this might be a good subject. Speaking from personal experience, this friend said that in their own life, emotional healing from past abuse and trauma began to be more complete, once they had come to a place of forgiveness. In fact, my friend wondered if:
Day 27 of my 40 Day Blog Challenge. I wanted to have a think about how mental health can impact on our financial wellbeing, and vice versa. I was looking around and found the following article from Martin Lewis of Moneysavingexpert.com. I think this article serves as a good introduction to the issue; hopefully, this will be something I think about a little more here on the blog before the 40 days is up.
Don’t forget, if you have a story, I’d still love to hear from you. The following is taken straight from Moneysavingexpert.com where you can view the full article and really helpful resource guide here.
A message from Martin
Be under no illusions. Mental health problems can cause severe debt, and severe debt can cause mental health problems. Continue reading →
Day 26 of my 40 Day Blog Challenge. Elizabeth shares some beautiful thoughts this mothers day…
Today is a great day. Today, I am surrounded by my immediate family and we shall have quality family time. We shall play together, eat together and have fun together. We shall also get a bit frustrated and impatient with each other because we are a normal family.
Today, Mother’s Day, hasn’t always been a great day. It’s been a day I wished didn’t exist because of unfulfilled dreams. It’s been a day which has made loss in my life all the more apparent. But for me, it means I get to enjoy and appreciate THIS particular day all the more.
But today, I want to remember and consider all the people for whom today is difficult: for those who have lost their mother’s; for those who have lost their grandmother’s; for those who have never known their mother; for those who’ve longed for years to be a mother and it’s not worked out; for those who want to be with their mother’s and distance separates them; for the mothers who have lost their babies; for those whose mother’s have fallen short and feel let down by them. I acknowledge that today can be a difficult day. And I’m thinking of you. Please don’t feel forgotten.