Let’s start the Sunday with this dream pantry. This project was executed with lots of love, and the result was this: nothing is hidden, everything is on sight and ready to be used 🥰
Vamos começar o domingo com essa despesa dos sonhos. Foi um projeto realizado com muito carinho e o resultado foi esse: nada escondido, tudo à vista para ser usado 🥰
Hi Everyone ☺️ I just uploaded My “Weekly Laundry Routine” on my YouTube channel! I don’t think I’ve ever shared a dedicated laundry routine on my channel, and that’s because I DISLIKE laundry! 🤷🏽♀️I always fall off my routine and you all know this about me. 😄 I like the scents & the aesthetics of my folding 😏 BUT the process is dreadful 🤷🏽♀️ I hope you guys enjoyed the video and feel motivated to tackle your laundry this weekend 😌 let me know what you think in the comments ❤️
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Garages are often the catchall location for homes we organize, where everything is shoved in and forgotten. Not anymore! 🙅♀️ Add in shelving and containment and it becomes a purposeful, dare we say, oasis!? 🏝#GetOrganized #Garagegoals
“We must adjust our plans to succeed in light of the changes that have occurred.”
― Andrea Goeglein
Most of us, however, simply react. And then we don’t like the results. We blame the situation. We blame other people. And we fail to recognise that the results that we have are directly related to the choices and decisions that we have made.
Our power lies within that choice – within that decision making. It is only when we own our responsibility – “I reacted, rather than choosing to respond” – that we can change the outcome. “These results are mine: they are the direct result of the decision I made.” When we are able to say this, then we have a chance to change the outcomes!
We say “just breathe” – but do we do it? How many times a day do you stop to breathe, just for a minute? Or three long, deep, easy breaths. Before you check-in: how am I responding throughout the day? Am I choosing my responses, or simply reacting to stimulus? Do you need to do this every hour? Every two hours? When you first get to work, at lunch break and an hour before you go home? What are you choosing?
Unfortunately, most of us are afraid of releasing old patterns of behaviour and choices. When we choose a new course of action and start making new choices that we have never had before: we will get new & different results. Nevertheless, since we’ve never made these choices before, the outcome is uncertain. Where will these new choices take us?
We have to release our knowing and certainty. We have to be willing to embrace new labels and new identities. In order to get to where you want to go, you have to let go of where you are. What do you need to release and let go of? A “title” that I have held for the past 20 years and to which I have somehow attached “This is who I am”? What if this is a friendship?
E ontem foi dia de colocar o pé na estrada e buscar vários produtos para as nossas queridas clientes🥰❤️🛍
Trouxemos várias novidades!! 🤩✨
I decided to start keeping track of my sewing ideas. It is really helping me stay focused on what I want to make. I can get all the creative thoughts out of my head and organize all the details in one place. The fabric samples help me remember which fabrics I bought for specific projects, too.
1 day ago
I finally decided to start a new account - a place where I can share all my planning and organizing stuff.
Making lists and crossing things off gives me joy and a sense of accomplishment. Planning with stickers is a creative outlet that most don’t understand but gives me a sense of peace when I’m feeling overwhelmed.
I’m excited to share more of my nerdy little hobbies here. 🤓
After 3 months home for the US Summer and training back at her old Ballet School, Jess is now returning to the US to commence her second year of ballet training. This is Part 1 of a 4 Part Travel Vlog Series that sees her traveling back to the US. Part 1 is about our family and the busy week we had leading up to her leaving, the realities of family and also me preparing to be away for a week. Part 2 is the trip from Sydney Australia to Chicago. Part 3 is Day 1 in Chicago and getting Ballet Supplies, Mobile phone plans and living supples and Part 4 is just random other footage... This is called a travel vlog but really we just tried to document a few moments during what was a really busy few days. Our first objectives were to understand this City, get her settled and ease the jetlag so she could start at her new school within 3 days..