Today I’ve got two random lessons that I’ve learned on the homestead lately that I thought maybe you could learn something from, too. One was brought on by a ridiculous task I’ve taken on in my office—one that was supposed to be easy. The other is something I learned while checking out my struggling garden.
Itty Bitty Thoughts
Deep thoughts on a certain something we hear from our parents that we don’t understand until we have kids of our own.
Thoughts on “the way things were” and how we tend to live in every moment except for the one we’re in. What you’re doing right now? You will look back on this, too.
I’ve been watching my dogs, and I’ve figured out five things we can learn from a dog’s approach to life.
My thoughts on why it’s important to be teachable (especially as an adult) and how that can benefit your life and the lives of those around you.
It’s important to know what your goal is so you know if the things you’re doing are actually helping you reach that goal. There is a point where you’re doing more work than you need to for the payoff you’re getting. Have you set the right goals? And are you working towards the goals you actually set?
We tend to think of other people in terms of ourselves, and assumptions made about others through that filter can get us in to trouble.