You cannot buy your children’s happiness.
The nice clothes…
The new shoes…
The video games…
These things are not what the best memories are made off.
The best memories come from the walks in the park, the late night talks and the silly faces.
The best memories come from cooking together, late night drives to no where, and feeling valued.
Your children don’t care about your job. They don’t care about how much money you make. They care about you attentively listening when they speak.
Friday night movie night… exploring new and old favorite places… a small investment for a joyful return.
Go Outside and Play!
Your job is important but not more important than your family (or your health). Close your laptop, put away your phone, and go outside!
Go for a walk around the neighborhood or a local park! Grab the basketball and play a game of HORSE! Get out in the yard and finally trim those trees.
Get out and enjoy life. You deserve it!
Reflecting on a Good Day
Too often we get stuck on “the bad”. Let’s make an habit of sitting and reflecting on the good.
Grab a notebook [get a Not Mad. Motivated. Notebook here – our handmade notebook will be available April 15, 2022], a pen or pencil, and write about a good experience that you had today. Did you learn anything from that experience? What can you commit to doing to make sure that you are not leaving joy “on the table”?