Our 31 days to the inner rhythm of the heart, the root foundation of a house of peace, is in progress. In the vein of those who are setting a New Year’s intention with “one word”, I offer the word of today to you: time. Read on for more…
“Time” is a simple shorthand to mean several different things:
If a no-yelling household is important to you, then you must spend time on building on the positive things you identify. This requires time to be home and with the ones you love.
If a no-yelling household is important to you, then you must spend time connecting in a loving way with the people in your home.
If a no-yelling household is important to you, then you must be home and present without running a million places.
Simplify your time to reflect your priorities. If creating a calm and peaceful household is your goal, then staying home will help you accomplish your goal because it will give you the time to stay centered, to not rush, to be present.
Most mothers have a tipping point of how much they can be out of the home and feel calm. I know I do! You can stay home and love it, and it can help you deepen your relationships to a level where yelling is not the norm in your household.
I listened to a speaker recently at my church who talked about Continue reading