10 Lockdown Lessons

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So here I sit, in grateful solitude, the morning after the night before’s sentencing hearing, contemplating my next move. My plan? Do nothing. I am going to reframe the last 2 weeks as a trial run. It was my opportunity to hone my survival skills, plan, prepare and in the words of Bill Gates an opportunity in “staging simulations”.

Dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s

How do I write in cursive? I am ashamed to admit that I had to google it. My first stab at it looked like I was recovering nicely after a stroke.

Could I BE any more grateful?

Today I am grateful for Friends, the series, that still gets me through the low days, the days when I’m sick or the days when I’m just in need of a little comfort and familiarity.

Monday 6th April 2020

Reframe. Today I am grateful for reframing. I have this single word framed on my wall. It’s also my wallpaper on my phone. It’s probably the main arrow in my coping skills quiver. Yes, the situation we all find ourselves…

Say it. Don’t charade it.

I am grateful for my sassy, opinionated headstrong, confident caring bold and self assured 5 year old daughter. As much as I am teaching her and raising her, she is teaching me, and helping me grow through a different perspective.

Messy gorgeous progress

I am grateful for the middle part. I have set up camp in that middle part. Yes it’s hard AF. But it also means progress.

Difficult Days

I am grateful for frustrating difficult days, after a bout of complaining that is. They push me out my comfort zone, engage passionate debate, intentional action and motivates change...

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