There are no successes and failures in life, only achievements - milestones.
CONTINUING THE SERIES ON REMEMBER TO CELEBRATE MILESTONES AS YOU PREPARE FOR THE ROAD AHEAD AND ON LIVING SUCCESSFULLY WITH SCREWED-UP PEOPLE. PLUS, THE HERB – ASHWAGANDHA.
Are you ready for Monday?
Well, it’s here!
Let’s start out this week with exploring the 8th experience that we all experience and that is, finding something you’re good at.
On the flip side of failure and rejection, most children find the areas where they excel relatively early on.
It may be sports, music, or math and science.
No matter what your skillset, finding what you’re naturally talented in can lead to a big boost in self-esteem.
Finding something you’re good at also helps you develop new skills and join new social groups that will be with you throughout childhood, and even into adulthood.
It’s the 13th day of June, Dan and I thought on continuing this segment with the series with some fun; What is it about June that’s so significant during this month?
National Weed Your Garden Day – June 13, 202
Every year, June 13 is observed as National Weed Your Garden Day.
Every good gardener knows that weeding is as essential to gardening as watering the plants or enriching the soil with fertilizers.
Weeds grow very fast and if you are inattentive, they might even deprive other plants of nutrition and space.
We recommend weeding regularly since it can become overwhelming if the garden is left unattended for long periods.
You can also keep weed growth in check by using weed-free soil and not letting weeds go to seed…
I remember those days, when we owned a house.
Apartment living is so much different!
It’s also, National Kitchen Klutzes of America Day – June 13, 2022
National Kitchen Klutzes of America Day is celebrated on June 13 every year to celebrate all of us who have ever been a klutz in the kitchen.
Many of us have dropped our best crockery on the floor or seasoned the meat with sugar instead of salt.
If you have ever burnt a roast or cut your fingers while chopping vegetables, then this day is for you.
It’s a reminder that all of us have been klutzes in the kitchen and that we should just have a good laugh about it.
There is no record of the origin or even the purpose of the day but that hasn’t kept us from celebrating National Kitchen Klutzes of America Day.
The reason why we celebrate this day is that it is a fun way to recognize that we are all prone to bad days in the kitchen.
From novice cooks to master chefs, everyone has been clumsy in the kitchen, and it really is part of the job.
The day reminds us that, in the kitchen or outside of it, problems and accidents happen to all of us and there’s no need to feel bad about it.
At our home, we celebrate this National Kitchen Klutzes daily.
When I least expect it, something happens!
Time is precious and is priceless, so Dan and I will continue each day to pull from a box of 365 inspirational quotes; one quote and share with you.
Today is: REMEMBER TO DO EVERYTHING WITH AN ABUNDANCE OF LOVE. SO, THAT ONE DAY YOU WILL REMEMBER THE BEAUTY OF EVERY MOMENT LIVED.
Continuing from last year the series on LIVING SUCCESSFULLY WITH SCREWED-UP PEOPLE, by Elizabeth B. Brown.
Dan and I continue to share ways to benefit and help keep one’s health cells healthy.
A wise man told me ten years ago, when one is in balance with themselves; one stays healthy.
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Chapter 16; IS DIFFERENT SCREWED UP?
Starting today; REALITY CHECK FOUR – PEOPLE NEED TO BE TRUE TO THEMSELVES.
It is not necessary for us to accept every opportunity offered to us or feel bad if we decline, even with family.
Saying no is as important as saying yes.
But it is wise to think about how we communicate our acceptance or rejection of ideas, even as we stay true to ourselves.
Likewise, when we reject or accept something; we must own our choice.
It isn’t necessary to justify ourselves to anyone else.
It is necessary to be true to ourselves.
Tomorrow, REALITY CHECK FIVE; KNOW WHERE RESPONSIBILITY ENDS-
This is the spot that Dan and I have been posting, on the time to get ready for food and remedies that heal; alchemy of herbs.
This week Dan and I have been blogging on the herb; ASHWAGANDHA and the benefits.
It’s amazing what and how ashwagandha can help keep your body healthy?
Ashwagandha is in the same plant family as potatoes and tomatoes, and it grows in a fashion similar to that of tomatoes.
This includes growing conditions and growing structure.
The first writings about ashwagandha are in Ayurveda texts from roughly 3,000 to 4,000 years ago.
Ayurveda classifies ashwagandha as a rasayana, an herb that deeply rejuvenates and promotes longevity.
Rasayana herbs are especially revered for sustaining good health into the elder years.
In Western herbalism we classify ashwagandha as an adaptogen herb.
Adaptogens are herbs used to build and nourish a person as a whole.
They are commonly used when someone is depleted, fatigued and just plain worn out.
The PHRASE TO REMEMBER; Health is Wealth.
We stand by this and continue to do daily; walk, meditation, and Qigong.
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Until Tuesday, life is going to throw you some blocks.
You will decide if they are going to be your stumbling blocks or your building blocks.