Just yesterday, I had an experience at my daughter’s pre-school tricycling event, an outdoor outing designed for two major reasons. Firstly, to get the kids out having fun while building their social interactions with one another. And secondly, an opportunity for the pre-school to fund-raise.
For me, it was a catch-up moment with parents and teachers given that we’re always on-the-go and in a hurry during drop-offs and pick-ups.
“Stop judging, comparing and measuring your kids against socio-cultural expectations.”
I’m confident that God’s got plans for me,
Even in my current estate.
For he wrote the scripts of my life,
Long ever before my dad was auditioned,
To bear me.
And my mum shortlisted,
To conceive me.
In today’s world, the ‘generosity’ of financial institutions and enticing offerings from retail or department stores can make it really hard to keep finances on track. The avalanche of Buy Now, Pay Later, irresistible 75% Off Sales, tempting 0%APR for 2 years Credit Card offerings have all made it a huge necessity to keep finances on the straight and narrow path. Temptations to spend and impulse buy has greatly contributed to the shopaholic culture in our society today.
Worrying is a futile exercise and I’m talking from experience. Besides the health implications, it voids today of happiness & tomorrow of its prospect. It does all harm and no good at all.
The tendency to worry differs from person to person and from situation to situation. Some people worry about their health, finances, relationships, businesses and careers. Others worry about the environment, economy and what the future holds. But whatever the size and shape of worry, the effects or impacts on all human are the same .