There’s some odd false idea set by our culture that when you’re working towards being confident, or happy, or loving yourself, bad days equate failure. You will always have bad days. They’ll be hard. But those days don’t negate your progress nor set the tone for your entire journey.
Your journey is still valid.
Being financially secure means different things to all of us. Most of us get stuck in the daily grind and focus on our pay cheque that we don't explore other ways to bring additional income into our household.
Here are 7 ways you can obtain income:
1) Earned Income - Income from working a job
2) Profit Income - Income from buying and selling
3) Interest Income - Income from lending money
4) Dividend Income - income from owning stocks
5) Rental Income - income from renting a house
6) Capital Gains - assets increasing in value
7) Royalty Income - income from others using your idea
The question becomes: What steps do you need to take to achieve any one of these?
How many do you currenlty have? I have 4, this provides assurance that if my Earned Income is less than expected, I have other sources to provide for my family.
I started planning when I was very young and it was the greatest choice I made.
What can you do next?
9-12 MONTHS:⏎ ➤ Teething continues…
➤ Growth spurt (again!) at nine months.
➤ Separation anxiety continues… made worse by their ability to follow you EVERYWHERE!
➤ Developmental leaps continue…. this translates crawling, standing, walking – day and night.
➤ Your child will have a heightened need for independence, and frustration at not being able to communicate as effectively as they would like, can lead to regular tears and tantrums.
➤ In my experience, this is the most common age group where parents feel most comfortable night weaning – especially mothers who are still breastfeeding.
➤ Not all children will be affected by change and transition in the same way. Although in the minority, I know of babies who have woken in the morning with brand new teeth without as much as a grizzle, and those who make it through the first 12 months almost unscathed by developmental leaps! ➤ Despite the developmental and environmental variables, here are five things we CAN do to ensure our baby sleeps the very best they can given their current circumstance: → Implement a consistent routine from three months.
→ Optimise their sleeping environment.
→ Be respectful of your child’s current developmental stage and accept that regression is normal.
→ Nurture the parent-child connection (the majority of sleep difficulties are fear related – the perfect antidote to which, is establishing safety through love and connection!).
→Ensure adequate nutrition. #sleeping#baby#sleepingbaby#information#advies#advice#adviceoftheday#babyadvice#read#important
Diets can be SO draining on your time and energy! So much time and money are spent following someone else’s idea of what they think you should be eating and drinking. This diet trap can lead to frustration and a roller coaster ride of emotions, which is why I’m sharing 5 weight-loss tips so you never have to diet again.
Well done to this babe 😍
“The 10 weeks have been filled with so much knowledge and amazing workouts and every check in has been received with such helpful feedback that helped me grow each week and improve!”
“I signed up to the FFP after seeing Isla’s transformation photos and reading about her FFP experience. I thought she was amazing and I messaged her. She highly recommended I signed up so I totally was sold by the idea.
I wanted to tone up and get structure in my gym life and in many ways this was the easy part. I’d always struggled with my diet and thought this would be my biggest challenge. Yet the FFP helped me track my food so well and even though the 10 weeks are over I'm going to keep doing it because it's so handy to know how many calories are going in your body every day.
I do think getting my calories up was quite hard but we took it slow and now if I have anything less than 1300 I'm starving, which is a good thing. I didn't realise how little I was eating!
To anybody thinking of joining, I definitely would recommend the FFP. The 10 weeks have been filled with so much knowledge and amazing workouts and every check in has been received with such helpful feedback that helped me grow each week and improve!
Keep up the amazing work, Leanne! I’m so happy I joined this programme and I'll be recommending it to anyone that needs a lifestyle change. 10/10!”
I think we can all agree that Siobhan has done so well and will be feeling fantastic for her next holiday!
Guys we only have 1 #FFP left this year. Last chance to finally make some changes and feel amazing on your xmas nights out or just finish your year on a high!
We launch on 7th October & exclusive to only 30 girls. For more info or to sign up head to our website in my bio below:
Got in my first car accident yesterday. Didn't even have the car for 3 weeks lol. A driver behind rammed into my brother and I from behind and caused us to crash into a car in front. The man behind already assumed responsibility for the accident and his insurance is taking care of the situation. Here is my car waiting to get fixed. The whole situation really was eye opening for me on many fronts. First, as my co-worker Arsen says "is just a bunch of metal." Sure it's expensive BMW metal, and I just got it a few weeks ago, but it's just metal. I can get new metal, but I can't get a new life. So remember to value what is really important and not to overvalue what isn't. Second, car accidents are not necessarily up to you. I was driving safely, but that didn't stop someone else from hitting me. Remember that the road is dangerous and for it to be safe we need everyone to drive safe. So please do your best to be part of that effort. Don't text and drive, don't weave unnecessarily, don't tailgate people, and if you do, then things like this photo might happen. And unfortunately likely worse things. In my accident no one was hurt and now insurance is fixing our metal. This is not the case with many car accidents, I am lucky. Which brings me to my third lesson: suck it up. At first I was thinking I was hurt, but I talked to my mother and she just told me to stop and that I was fine. And she was right. Some people are really messed up after car accidents, but that is not the case for me. I'm not going to act like I'm super messed up, or be a wimp and whine, because I'm not. Sure I'm sore, but I am okay and I will recover. If there is some complication that may be another story, but as of now I am totally okay. I got up and went to work today and carried on. That's how life goes. Some days are bad, but the right attitude is often to just suck it up. Long post but I hope that sharing my experience is enlightening to somone. I wrote more about the accident at my website keepsmiling.blog if you would like to read more.