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  • Quote of the Day

    Quote of the Day 029: What you deserve

    How do you keep yourself motivated to do things you actually like doing? Do you strive for more or do you settle for less? Life is full of uncertainties. Yes, you face obstacles and challenges every single day. Whether big or small, usually something comes up. Just like motherhood.  There are unexpected events in our day to day life.  Still, we aim for quality time with our little ones. We aim for learning.  That’s why we continue to do what’s good for our child; something valuable not just for ourselves but for our baby.  We deserve each other and we don’t settle just as it is. Now if you have goals,…

  • Inspiration

    10 Positive Affirmations for Self-Love Saturdays

    Positive Self-Affirmations are becoming so popular nowadays. I, for one, has a category for quotes that are relevant for my niche and they are actually the ones I love the most. Self-Affirmations have always been my favorite as it just gives me a sense of well-being. It boosts your self-esteem and confidence in whatever you’re doing. With the rise of social media, you’ve probably seen a lot of inspirational and motivational quotes in any platform. It may be on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook or Pinterest. Sometimes, these quotes are accompanied by a message that instructs you to repeat the affirmations and it will change how you view things. You may have…

  • Quote of the Day

    Quote of the Day 028: The Approach

    Are you a planner or are you spontaneous? As parents, we are mostly filled with tasks everyday. We are faced with challenges and obstacles whether big or small.  We are the decision makers of the family. We strive to live and be able to provide the care our children deserves. But we have to remember to stay committed with our decisions and our principles.  We must not forget to be flexible with whatever comes along the way. Our approach must be open so we can better manage things ourselves and be able to thrive without frustration. How about you? Feel free to share your thoughts.          …

  • Motherhood

    Transition to Motherhood: Where do I begin? It’s a fresh start!

    ” When a baby is born, so is a mother; each unsteady in their own way. Matrescence is profound and it’s also hard. And that’s what makes it human.”-Alexandra Sacks It was a sunny summer day when we were finally going home. Everything I packed for both myself and the baby were untouched except for my grooming essentials. We stayed in the hospital for a day but after going through the whole labor and delivery, the day felt so long.   As a first time mom, I got so excited and yes, I made it! “Congratulations! You’re good to go…” the nurse said.  Sure enough, I felt my experience wasn’t…

  • Quote of the Day

    Quote of the Day 025: Focus

    Our Quote of the day speaks about how we should focus ourselves to things that truly matter. Every single day, I am enjoying my time with my little one. We do activities together and witnessing all his milestones just makes me feel so blessed. Then I realized that time flies so fast and in the next 5 months, I’m going back to work. “How will I manage my time, am I able to handle it?” This quote reminds us that we should look at life in a brighter direction. If we think we are not able to make things happen because of our weaknesses, think about what we can do…

  • Montessori Learning

    The Absorbent Mind book by Maria Montessori: Chapter 3

    Have you checked the Absorbent Mind book yet? It’s our 3rd week of reading! I’m so glad you’re still here with us. If so, has Maria Montessori touched you in some ways? Are you thinking to apply any of her philosophies to your children? This week, we will tackle “The Periods of Growth”. If you have been following me from the start, we have gone through Chapter 1: The Child and the World Reconstructed and Chapter 2: Education for Life. The significant lessons I’ve learned in this Chapter are: “There are different types of psyche and different types of mind at different periods of life.” “Growth is a succession of births.…

  • Health & Wellness

    My Wellness Wednesday: Week 2

    It’s our Second Week of Wellness Wednesday! Have you set a moment for yourself yet? I’d like to share this challenge to anyone who wants to focus on self-love, self-gratitude and self-care. We face obstacles and challenges everyday. It may be big or small. How do we overcome this and keep ourselves going? I have put up these sentences and all you have to do is fill in the blanks. If you don’t blog, not a problem. Share your thoughts in the comment section. Here you go! Have fun!   The best thing that happened to me last week was to go to a Mom and Baby Market with my…

  • Motherhood,  Quote of the Day

    Quote of the Day 024: The Test

    Have you ever failed a test? Do you know the feeling of being miserable in a way that you feel like you’re doing things wrong? Do you easily get discouraged and stop from there? Within the last 7 months with Little M, I had those moments.  As a newborn, there was a time when he wasn’t feeling well.  Then I asked myself..What did I do wrong that he’s feeling this way? Have I neglected my role as a mother? Am I not doing enough? In this beautiful journey, it’s a combination of happy moments and challenging ones. But one thing is for sure..it’s part of the experience of motherhood and…

  • Quote of the Day

    Quote of the Day 023: Reflection

    Sometimes, we tend to judge others on what they say or do. Only to realize, we haven’t looked at ourselves first. That’s why…I believe in the saying “Don’t do unto others what you don’t want others do unto you”. It’s a powerful way of saying that we must be mindful in our words and deeds as this is a reflection of ourselves as well. Being around with first time moms, we share different experiences from pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period. Our situations are unique in our own ways. So if one is struggling in one aspect, it does not mean that her life is vulnerable. No one has the…

  • Quote of the Day

    Quote of the Day 023:The Plan

    Are you a planner but gets frustrated when things go sideways or are you spontaneous and flexible in any way? People have different personalities when it comes to handling a situation. Some may feel stressed the moment a thing goes wrong and others remain calm and relaxed no matter what the situation is. As a new mom, things have changed.I realized it’s good to be both spontaneous and a planner. When we go to Mom and Baby classes, I prepare the night ahead so I don’t miss an item out. I also plan the times to prepare during the day. That includes when to change, eat and feed the baby…

  • Health & Wellness

    My Wellness Wednesday

    I’d like to share this challenge to anyone who wants to focus on self-love, self-gratitude and self-care. We face obstacles and challenges everyday. It may be big or small. How do we overcome this and keep ourselves going? I have put up these sentences and all you have to do is fill in the blanks. Here you go! Have fun! The best thing that happened to me last week was to start doing Yoga with my little one. My greatest strength is I am high-spirited and very optimistic. One thing I am proud of is I am calm and able to handle any pressure. When I’m down, I tell myself…

  • Quote of the Day

    Quote of the Day 022: The Challenge

    When you want to do something yet you’re having self-doubt, what inspires you to jump into it? Oftentimes, we hope for something to work out. We want to aim for our goals but we don’t know where to start. As I am enjoying Motherhood, I want to start this one journey that I thought I couldn’t do..So I told myself today, I can do this. This is the best time for me and this is meant for me. Change is good and learning is great! How about you? What self-affirmations do you tell yourself in order to face life’s challenges?Share your thoughts.

  • Montessori Learning

    The Absorbent Mind by Maria Montessori:Chapter 1

    Have you heard about the Montessori approach in raising a child? I haven’t until I became a parent myself. I’m a first time mom and I’ve been seeing a lot of information about Child Development. I am obviously overwhelmed especially that Social Media has taken over and I don’t even know which one to follow. I found a lot of resources on Instagram and joined Facebook groups relating specifically to Parenting, the Montessori way. It made me curious. What is it about? What do I get out of it? What is her philosophy and what does it say? Luckily, I was able to connect with a former nursing schoolmate. She…