It’s hard to believe that we are in the second month of 2018. I’ve been reading a lot about visualization and the influence it can have in our lives. Many successful CEOs, entrepreneurs (ahem, Oprah) create vision boards. Since it was my first time creating a vision board I thought it would be fun for my 8-year-old daughter to do one too.
These two Halloween activities are EASY and great for toddlers. When it comes to holidays and special occasions, I’m all about the crafts and art projects! Normally, we do this with friends over but life has filled our weekends up so I opted to do these on a day when my daughter stayed home sick from school. The Halloween slime was my daughters idea and the halloween sensory bottle was to keep my 2 year old away from the slime. Plus, it’s a fun way to incorporate some learning and sensory activities.
Blurring the Lines and Bridging the Gap
It’s been said that when the soul is ready, the universe delivers to us manifestations in the form of insights, coincidence, or moments. If we listen and be still in the moment, we make a decision that often time leads us to opportunities, growth, and most importantly, new friendships.