Blog Love Friday! 2015 May 29

Blog Love Friday

I may have mentioned that we have a toddler. A toddler that likes to play in the dirt, play with other children and generally be a kid. That means that a fair portion of our year is spent being sick in some manner. This has been one of those weeks; a general feeling of being ‘off’, needing more sleep and drinking bucket loads. The doctor told my husband that it was most likely a version of flu but since we had our flu shots, we have been saved from the nasty parts.

FEELING OFF-BALANCE:
Lessons From Getting Sick | Amanda Rose Wellness
Our recent little bout of illness got me looking for other people’s thoughts about being sick. This post was written by a woman whose business is wellness. I think that being ill while running your own business (especially one wellness based) is hard. Those who work for large corporations often have paid sick days and therefore can afford to look after their health. Not true for those who are self employed or on contract.

LEARNING TO SPROUT:
How to Thrive Now That Work Life Balance is Dead | Forbes
I don’t believe that balance is possible; we sway like a plant. We can be pushed one day by the wind in one direction. Pushed the other way the next; and sometimes support is needed to keep us upright. Learning to stay calm during times of change can help you thrive.

ORGANIZING OUR ROOTS:
30 Minutes Till Guests Arrive … What do you Clean? | Design Mom
Housework is often pushed to the side when life gets hectic and then panic occurs when guests announce when they are arriving shortly. What to do? Read this article to find out.

SPROUTING [P]INSPIRATION:
Looking for some ideas on recipes, organization or things to do with your Lil Sprout? Come check out my Pinterest page and the things that inspire me to become more balanced.

In the comments, please share articles that you read this week that helped you SPROUT some BALANCE! And remember to follow us and SPROUT a conversation on Twitter – @sproutbalance

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