When I was still in the midst of survival mode, I used to dream about getting sick or breaking a bone. I saw it as a sign of major mental issues, but then I found out that it kind of makes sense, and, that I’m not alone in this.
In my Christmas village, everything is small. Small houses, small people, small trees. Having it this small means I’m able to oversee it, to hold it in my mind. It’s the same with events and tasks in my life, especially during the holidays…
Written by: Jorinde BerbenImage credit: pexels.com It’s the weekend! Finally! And it’s one of my kids-free weekends. I get one weekend without my children every two weeks. A weekend which they spend with their father who they miss and love so much. For me, these weekends are a welcome reprieve from the business of combiningContinue reading “How Do You Tackle an Impossible To-Do List?”
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