My Baby

Hi Everyone,
I hope you are all doing well. I am doing good. I found this inspirational saying that I wanted
to share with you. I feel a little sad today because my baby is going into high school tomorrow. Where did the time go. I would rather have him home with me then have him in school. I know that is weird, most parents want time away from their kids, but I love every minute with my kids. When I first brought him home, knowing that he was my last I said to my husband that I would enjoy every minute because it goes so fast. I just can't understand where 15 years have gone. So many changes for me lately, that I am adjusting too. My mothers have gone, my children have grown, I have cared for all of them. Now I need to learn how to care for other things, like myself!! thanks for visitng my blog.
Take Care,
Janet :)
Improve Your Attitude
Whether you think you can or you think you can't....you are right

Henery Ford. Find ways to become more optimistic. The subconscious mind is an amazing tool, learn how to use it. It works hard behind the scenes to make sure our perceived reality comes true. If we constantly see things in a negative or pessimistic light, the subconscious excepts that as reality and goes about making our low expectations come true. Likewise, if we always expect things to work out or to be successful, the subconscious will work just as hard controlling our actions behind the scenes, to make those positive expectations come true. A poor attitude or low expectations is just a bad habit. Change the habit. The first step is accepting the fact that you want to make a change. Put A little determination behind it. Refuse to allow negative thought to dwell in your conscious mind. Replace negative thought with a Positive Motivational Quote. Find one that is appropriate and preferably short enough to easily memorize. Next, the instant you feel a negative thought enter you mind, recite the quote to yourself. You’ll be amazed how well this works. Finally, make an extra effort to find good and hope in ever situation. If you aren’t looking for it you definitely won’t find it.

1 comment:

  1. Do I know how you feel about your kids! My two oldest have left for college and my youngest is now a sophomore in high school. I had a pretty rough last couple of weeks. I was totally caught off guard by these huge emotions because I have always spent all of my time with the kids in full knowledge of how fleeting time is! I was sadly mistaken! Sad being the operative word! Love your blog!