In her book, “Why Men Love Bitches: From Doormat to Dreamgirl―A Woman’s Guide to Holding Her Own in a Relationship“, Sherry Argov uses fun and a humoristic tone to teach us an invaluable lesson: how to be a self-respecting woman. Thank you for such a great book.
Sometimes I cannot stop my thoughts getting crazy. I am wondering how to reach my three goals: homeschooling one of my children, earning a living to pay a rent and food and fulfilling my mission, which is to serve you my friend, my sister. Any good ideas?
Let’s take part into the planetary shift towards healthy food and taking care of the earth. Green is the new black and our future.
I love Brendon Burchard’ amazing and helpful books. I apply his best advice for several years now. It is easy: never start your day by opening your emails inbox. Indeed, we are in control of our agenda and our time.
This video highlights my three best tips to go back to college at thirty years old. Of course it is possible my friend, my sister. I did it as a single mother. I went back to university at 33 years old. At almost 37, I got my diploma as a lawyer.
First, I follow Markus Rothkranz’ great advice, which is to not eat after 5pm. Second, I learned a lot thanks to Teal Swan’s video about how to cure insomnia. When nothing works, I focus on the air filling my nostrils. I aim to notice the cool air coming in and the warm air coming out.
Each beginning of the year, I create a new visionboard. I have been doing it for a few years and it worked. I wish a visonboard can be one little thing to help you rebuild your life. I wish we can all visualise so intensely than we create our reality.
The secret is simple: let’s use essential oils instead of chemical perfume. It is so much healthier for our body and deliciously yummy.
I used cloth nappies for both of my babies and I loved it. It is the right choice for the planet, for baby’s skin and the cloth nappies are so cute. Moreover, they are often designed and created by mothers working from home. For example, these two websites store cloth nappies: Ptits dessous and Wee Notions.