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  • Someone told me the other day I look happy
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Never really thought about it but I think I truly am
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As much stress that will be involved in my new lifestyle I cannot wait to dive in
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My flight just got delayed 8 hours but I was still smiling and joking with the crew as I knew it wasn't their fault and no point whinging, just get on with it
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While a few other passengers were too busy having a sook and abusing these people who work their asses off I was already planning my next move
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Smile more, care less and stop being so serious..life is too fucking short 🙃
  • Someone told me the other day I look happy
    .
    Never really thought about it but I think I truly am
    .
    As much stress that will be involved in my new lifestyle I cannot wait to dive in
    .
    My flight just got delayed 8 hours but I was still smiling and joking with the crew as I knew it wasn't their fault and no point whinging, just get on with it
    .
    While a few other passengers were too busy having a sook and abusing these people who work their asses off I was already planning my next move
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    Smile more, care less and stop being so serious..life is too fucking short 🙃
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  • My nine year-old, Daniel, loves adventure, is always pushing the envelope. He seems to find trouble wherever it is. He’s also OBSESSED with cool clothes. Our older son is the exact opposite.
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I’ve learned that each child’s personality requires a completely different styling of parenting. If your child loves being a leader, they respond more favorably if you make them feel like they’re in charge of getting something done (I.E. making sure the beds are made daily; being in charge of no cell phones at the dinner table, etc). In my opinion, a child that wants to be respected as a leader will not respond as favorably to being “told” to do something. My older son doesn’t necessarily want to be a leader, so putting him “in charge” of something doesn’t really work. Instead, giving him an incentive to do something (i.e. longer time on his electronics, staying up late, etc.) is what works best. Every child is unique in their own ways, and it’s what makes being a parent and raising a child right so rewarding!
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I’d love to hear what techniques all of you have used to make parenting your children so much easier!
  • My nine year-old, Daniel, loves adventure, is always pushing the envelope. He seems to find trouble wherever it is. He’s also OBSESSED with cool clothes. Our older son is the exact opposite.
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    I’ve learned that each child’s personality requires a completely different styling of parenting. If your child loves being a leader, they respond more favorably if you make them feel like they’re in charge of getting something done (I.E. making sure the beds are made daily; being in charge of no cell phones at the dinner table, etc). In my opinion, a child that wants to be respected as a leader will not respond as favorably to being “told” to do something. My older son doesn’t necessarily want to be a leader, so putting him “in charge” of something doesn’t really work. Instead, giving him an incentive to do something (i.e. longer time on his electronics, staying up late, etc.) is what works best. Every child is unique in their own ways, and it’s what makes being a parent and raising a child right so rewarding!
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    I’d love to hear what techniques all of you have used to make parenting your children so much easier!
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  • The process to start a company isn’t hard! It’s made to seem complicated and tricky but it really isn’t. Don’t over complicate things. Follow the steps outlined in this post. Take the first step. You’ll pick up on things as you go along. If you haven’t already started, take the first step today. Remember you can’t be an overnight success story. It’s all a process. -
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  • The process to start a company isn’t hard! It’s made to seem complicated and tricky but it really isn’t. Don’t over complicate things. Follow the steps outlined in this post. Take the first step. You’ll pick up on things as you go along. If you haven’t already started, take the first step today. Remember you can’t be an overnight success story. It’s all a process. -
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