I came across this article on The Painted Drawer about outgrowing your home, which is something that has been playing around in my mind lately.
The kids are getting bigger, and we purchased a bigger a few years ago to accommodate, but now our house is starting to feel a little on the small side.
they are a growing family and need a house that will be closer to schoolsYES! That's exactly it. It would make life a lot simpler for us.
It also got me thinking about this song:
I LOVE the Clash!
Anyways the post had some interesting ideas about adding a "garden house" to get a little of that new home feeling. I think that might be American for "Granny flat"? Either way, it's not a bad idea.
I'll have to consider that. But the real question is...
So you got to let me know
Different audiences make purchasing decisions based on different appealing factors and criteria, and it is essential to work with marketers who understand your audience (example) and their needs.
They don’t need to be an absolute expert in your sector, but they should demonstrate the ability to identify your target audience and develop innovate means of growing it.
It should also go without saying that marketers with experience in your field will find it easier to create comprehensive marketing materials for you – your business’s domain comes naturally to them and their efforts are thereby less contrived.This was a timely message for me and something I 100% agree with. I have recently been working on more projects that align with my personal interests, and found that the "work" is much more enjoyable and the finished product was great!
Image via LatteLindsay.com
I've started doing these tips from Latte Lindsay. They're great for when you’re not really in the mood to head down to the gym!
I would highly recommend trying these:
Since i've started visualizing and writing about my day, I've strung together a LOT of good days in a row.
Also as Lindsay states:
Various researchers have come to the conclusion that meditation changes the structure of parts of the brain, and is associated with an improved sense of wellbeing, awareness, and calm, in addition to other things.
What habits have you made for yourself that are based on "self-improvement"?
Hi! I’m Corel, I’m in my 30s (you do not need to know which one) and I have a husband, J and two kids: Miss 3 and Master 6. We live in sunny Newcastle, a two hour drive north of a city you might know called Sydney and love spending time baking biscuits and playing in the waves at Merewether.
I work full time and am building my own business on the side, so between that and raising two energetic kids, I enjoy any downtime I can muster with bubble baths, regular date nights with J and reflecting about life on this here blog.