In the past, when I've been faced with this question, it used to send a punch of fear and a spike of pressure that made me want to run for the hills.
Without a clear answer to that question, it left me thinking:
I think the reference to “purpose” as being the one thing that we were put on this earth to do, is limiting, not all that helpful, and can harm our progress to living it. I want to offer a different perspective.
I believe that the experience of living with purpose is one that takes...
Today, we talk back to school parenting, during "these times".
For me, COVID 19 acted like a magnifying lens helping me to pay even closer attention to my kids’ experience.
As parents, we want to know that our kids will be alright, and with them facing a new school reality, I had some anxiousness.
After watching my girls leave yesterday morning, I’m pleased to say I was less anxious and most inspired.
In our house, the first day of school felt very much the same as others. COVID has not changed or ruined it. It is different, yes. And also, in that difference, there are opportunities.