I have been enjoying the Simple Mom blog lately. I have adapted her Daily Docket for my own daily needs. I have been using a digital to-do list for several years now, though I find myself better committed to my day if I actually hand write out a to-do list. So I use my computer as my mind – everything is stored there, and daily I write a list, focusing on my priorities and weeding out what isn’t really that important. A daily docket covers all areas of my life.
3 steps to beautiful nails encouraged me to look after myself a little bit – I dug deep into my drawer to find some cuticle cream – so long since I’ve done more than snip my nails when they got too long! It is about time I had a foot soak too I think – maybe I’ll treat myself to that tonight.
I’ve wanted to know how to watermark my photos so was pleased to find this lesson.
In looking up some information for a friend I came across this site on hidden disabilities. I appreciated the list for Dyspraxia (which Daniel has). When I see a list like this it resonates so much with what I see in Daniel though I couldn’t list them all myself. It brings these areas to the fore of my mind and I am reminded that these are the areas that I need to be working on, finding strategies for and being gracious with! This list had a strengths list which is so encouraging (and also in keeping with what I see in Daniel). Daniel is making such big inroads in the things that he struggles with and I am sure that is because we have identified the things that he being taught from a different perspective, he is on a different path.