If you want to grow and change things you have to dig deep.
You cannot think that by skimming the surface you will get anywhere fast.
If you want big shifts look beneath the surface.
You may need support to help you uncover your wounds and that is ok.
By doing the work and acknowledging now is the time you can do something about it.
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I love how I never have to smell the same everyday, I have the power to be as creative as my heart desires. I can create blends for any mood or emotions I’m facing. I love that dōTERRA has given me the power to take control of my choices I make everyday for what I put on my skin and around my environment. Today I chose to work with these oils because I wanted to bring in the oil of femininity (whisper) the oil of divine love (rose) and the oil of reassurance (magnolia) to allow me to dance with the feminine today whilst feeling held and loved. How powerful is that! Xxx .
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Find your pattern. Find your lesson. 🧐✨
A good way of recognizing patterns in your life is by listening to your feelings, your intuition. I’ve found that when I am involved in a pattern, my emotions run a bit stronger, kind of like a warning from my subconscious mind to pay attention to what’s happening.
More often than not, I recognize the pattern when the situation has ended, or changed. Hindsight is 20/20 in this way. It can be difficult to recognize a pattern while it’s playing out. So, usually we realize what happened afterward. 😑😂 And that is okay.
Life will continue to send us ways to overcome our patterns and learn our individual lessons.
The key is to be alert. When you’re open to recognizing a pattern, you can change it by learning the lesson, and in doing so, change your life. ✨
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DōTERRA’s reassuring blend with extra clary sage featured in our house tonight. I had them diffusing in both the lounge and in Miss T’s room. I also used the grounding blend and reassuring blend topically.
I think Miss T had too much stimulation today, not enough instances of feeling heard or in control, too much holding it in until she couldn’t. Sensory overload triggering a Fight or Flight response... my preference is to leave a situation, hers is to fight. She’s learning how to manage the fight. We’re both learning. .
She won’t apply oils when she’s worked up, so I apply them to myself, partially to calm me so I can support her. But I know when she’s ready to allow me near, when the fight is diminishing, the calming scents on me will help the process.
Love these oils. .
Today had to go to the maternity assessment unit as had reduced movements from baby b.... she's definitely keeping us on our toes as we was only there 3 week ago with the same reduced movements. They measured bump, did obs which wer all normal n then monitored her.... they was happy with everything once they'd finished monitoring. It's a scary thing, but I Thank God that everything is ok! Because I've only got 4 days till due date they gave me stretch and sweep and I'm actually a centre meter dilated already which the midwife wasn't expecting! They did offer me the chance to be induced and brought the doctor in to see me but when he was going through the pros and cons it kind of put me off of getting it done then and there. I asked him which he'd recommend for me to have it done or for not to, he said he'd rather me wait and do it naturally as I had already started on my own in my first pregnancy so I've gone with that option! I'd rather her come naturally and on her own without forcing her out a couple of days early even though I just want her here now but I'd rather wait and have her safe and sound!
Boy oh Boy!! Currently teaching Yaqoob how to read words with a mix of Haraqat in his Qaidah and it's been a real struggle. I was under the impression that it would be fairly easy and so I've been pulling my hair out wondering why he's struggling so much!
It's only till I was talking to another ex-Homeschooling Mum who now works in an islamic school that I realised actually quite a lot of children struggle with the mixing of Haraqaat. She was telling me how some students take nearly a whole year to get it right.
It got me thinking if I had shared this struggle beforehand I would have saved quite a few hair on my head!!! So my advice to you: share your struggles, your triumphs, share everything with others like you who are homeschooling or teaching in Madrasas and schools. We're all in the same boat and we can help each other out a lot. Someone may give you answers to your questions, or reassurance that your child isn't just pretending not to know what you taught him just yesterday 🤣🤣🤣 With the social platform that we have, we can easily connect to a lot of people who are also homeschooling and eager to help. Take advantage of this. Be a source of help, and get help by sharing! .
There are a lot of things I’d like to do... but right now is not the time, so am accepting the timings and temporary restrictions and just working around them... (as I get rounder 😊) today I’m writing a list of things that after having this baby I would like to achieve, it’s a bizarre and wonderful time maternity leave, you have the time but can’t do certain things physically that you’d like to. Thank goodness for stationery and the immediate satisfaction from writing lists. My “Try” for now is “List” and that’s cool with me!