Simplicity Parenting You Part Four ~ The Dream Come True

Great quote to wake up to via Danielle LaPorte (there were actually 75 of them; I think I cut and paste 70 of them). Totally ties into this vlog entry of enjoying parenting as a creative project in itself:

 

When I say be creative, I don’t mean you should all go and
become great painters and great poets. I simply mean let
your life be a painting, let your life be a poem.
–Osho

 

 

I hope you enjoyed this final video from my four part series and find yourself heaped in curiosity around my upcoming Simplicity Parenting Virtual Workshop Series! More details coming soon so be sure to sign up for the newsletter if you haven’t done so yet to be in the loops about that one.

If you feel now’s the time to dip your toes in some of these principles before diving deep (or, in my case, belly flopping) in the fall, take advantage of this being the final day for the Simplicity Parenting Homestudy eCourse offered with the bonus of my Blissed Filled Mama Ebook and MP3.

The both together will help clear the flies out of your buns and get you primed for the serious simplifying, mama time creating and energy boosting to come!

Happy Simplifying!

 

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3 Responses

  1. Frambooske says:

    Never mind the fly, love the colours in your garden and the little white butterfly dancing behind you. Happy happy :). Always refreshing your vlog / blog.

  2. Angie says:

    Your garden is beautiful!

    I just wanted to say, I do hope you’ll offer the homestudy ecourse again in the future–I would like to do it, but since we are expecting a new baby any day now, I hesitate to commit to anything at the moment!

  3. Apseed says:

    I do not have children yet, but I really enjoyed watching the video. All these rules can be easily adapted to adult life. And I am absolutely sure that a simple way of living leads to more real life.