The Enchanting Trifecta: Magic, Fermented Food, and Self-Love.
By Lynnie Stein / November 22, 2019
A grandmother is like a special blend of a parent, teacher and a best friend. I am still inspired to notice the good things in life when I remember the way my grandma would pause at those good moments and say, “This, now, this is good.”
A good life is when you assume nothing, do more, need less, smile often, dream big, laugh a lot, and realize how blessed you are.
What phrases do you say each day to your children / grandchildren?
Which ones do you want them to remember?
For your children
If you’re thankful, show it If you love someone, tell them If you’re wrong, fess up If you’re confused, ask?? If you learn something, teach others If you are stuck, ask for help If you made a mistake, apologize If you trip, get back up If someone needs help, help them If you see wrong, take a stance
Look at the doughnut not the hole
Smile, it makes people wonder what you are thinking.
And nature is the best teacher.
Your thoughts spread energy; choose happy energy.
If you stay true to what you really want to do, then you will find ways to make it happen.
Big dreams work on big magic.
“Winning doesn’t always mean being first. Winning means you’re doing better than you’ve done before. ” – Bonnie Blair
The only competition you should have is with yourself. When you go to bed tonight, look back on the day you had and see if you are proud of the way you showed up in every experience.
If you are not, then work on being a better version of yourself tomorrow.