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The View from The Flu

Flu View

© Flu View

The Flu finally caught up with me. I’ve managed to escape many years of ‘winter flu season’ completely unscathed but this year a scratchy throat decided to set up residence and has outstayed its unwelcome. The last few days I’ve ordered the Entrée of ‘Lemon, Honey and Cider Vinegar Tea’ followed by a Main of ‘Steaming Hot Garlicky Chicken Bone Broth’ (that I personally concocted in the slow cooker). There have been lashings of essential oils, bowls of steam, nourishing shea butter moisturiser and comforting Kleenex tissues (no less than 3 ply).

I’ve put my world in lock-down.

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We Teach Our Values.

 

Family Opera House Edited

 

Happy Emoticons Please!

This recent text message from my teenage son made me smile, it arrived on a Monday and went something like this:

          ‘Mum my GFs family have invited me over to watch her brothers soccer game tonight.            Do you mind if I go or do you want me to come home for family dinner? I’m happy to            come home if you want.’

I should mention a few things:

 

My son D.J. is 19 years old.

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Life Skills: Leadership and Teaching Your Teens To ‘Manage Up’.

Life Leadership: Teaching Your Teens To 'Manage Up'

Life Skills: Leadership and
Teaching Your Teens To ‘Manage Up’

 

Here’s some thoughts from last years learning for such a time as this…

My oldest daughter goes for her Provisional License (P Plates) in 3 weeks. Last weekend I took her out for driving practice.  Teaching our teens to drive is usually the domain of my impossibly patient husband. He has been away on business of late and our ‘L Plater’ needs to clock up 120 hours of driving time before she is eligible to take her P’s test. In my quest to be a good Mother, I bundled her into the car, stuck on the L Plates and off we went.

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Life Leadership: 10 Tips For Parents Teaching Teens To Drive

10 Tips For Parents Teaching Teens To Drive.

Learner Drivers (2)Congratulations Parents!

Your beloved teenager will soon be taking charge of the family vehicle and precious lives therein. If the aforementioned reality were not confronting enough, you have been conscripted into the role of driving teacher, coach and mentor!

Let’s jump to the worst scenario right up front and consider the possibility that while learning to drive in real- time, they crash the car and they or others get hurt. Then there’s also the cost of your beloved teen destroying the car that you worked hard for and are quite possibly still paying off.

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20 years married…a few insights on the journey

Here’s a few thoughts about navigating life and love after 20 years with my husband.

  1. Live your life with a purpose that is bigger than yourselves, your relationship and your family.
  2. You are a work in progress. Take responsibility to keep investing in yourself to become a better you. Everybody wins, especially you and the people you influence.
  3. Honour the other person in the way you treat them and speak of them. This is especially difficult when you’ve had a hard day. Time reveals a generational return on this investment.
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