These books have had a huge impact on my life. They help to provide direction, purpose, motivation, success and better relationships.
My attitude and outlook have changed for the positive and as a result I'm happier, more appreciative and have a better understanding of others. I recommend these books for any age and at any stage in your life.
We are not given a good life or a bad life. We are given life. And it`s up to you to make it good or bad.
Soon I'll be doing a post of my favourite books for personal growth and motivation. The list is long as I've read so many good ones and I have to try and cut it down. Sometimes it's hard to stay positive with life often getting in the way. I feed my mind daily otherwise I notice my outlook begins to shift. Try to read 10 pages from a positive book every day. Start and finish your day thinking of what you are grateful for even if you've had a crummy day. Focus on the good until you can feel it throughout your body.
I'd like to share some digital photo announcement cards I've added to my Etsy shop for the holiday season. Announcements can be personalized with pictures of you and your family. Then give them as a card or add it into your yearly Christmas/ Solstice/ Holiday card. This is for a 5x7 digital copy that you can send to be printed wherever you like or post on Facebook, Google+, etc. The wording can be changed to suit what you need.
Here are 12 examples of cards that I have in my shop. If you need a particular colour or like a design and want a different paper, I can swap it out.
My sister was married in September and I had the pleasure of being her maid of honour. Considering that this is a stressful time for the bride and groom, it be difficult for them to prepare and think of everything. I put together a small wedding night gift box for them to open after the reception, once they got back to the hotel. The next day my sister told me that it had been a great idea, especially the tylenol! She said she wouldn't have thought to pack some of the items.
I love dried mangoes! I'm always buying the ones at Costco. In order to try avoiding the preservatives in the store bought ones I wanted to try making my own. The only problem is I don't have a dehydrator. After some research, I made some in the oven. They actually turned out pretty good. You can download a PDF of this at the bottom of the post. Here's my recipe: