SPRING & GRIEF

 
I live in the Midwest in the USA and the winter has been long and ever-changing this year.
 
We have experienced temperatures ranging from -4° F to 68° F
 
One day it is 68° with lots of sun and the next day there is 8-10 inches of snow and ice on the ground.
 
Spring weather please hurry up and get here asap!!
 
Changing of the seasons can get tricky for a lot of people.
 
Each new season my body gets very confused and wants to get sick.
 
Grief can be the same.

 
One day or moment your thermostat can be high when thinking of your loved one and then the thermostat can be very low.
 
There are times when your body may be very confused with trying to decide how to respond to you.
 
The good news is you can decide where you want your thermostat to stay.
 
You get a chance to choose the range, how to cool off or heat up.
 
Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall – You get to choose your season!!
 
To learn how, schedule a chat with me. CLICK HERE TO CHAT
 
Talk to you soon
 
Coach Monaye

National Handwriting Day

I love leaving my princess a little note every now and then.
 
I like to remind her of her awesomeness.
 
I like to remind her that she is ahmazing.
 
She gets a little boost in her day when she finds it in.
 
She keeps many of them to read again when classmates attempt to make her sad.
They give her a little boost when autoimmune side effects appear in unlikely circumstances.
 
She knows she is loved.
 
She knows: I HAVE HER BACK
 

When was the last time you wrote a little note to your kid? 

 
 
HISTORY
National Handwriting Day was established by the Writing Instrument Manufacturers Association in 1977.  Their motive is to promote the consumption of pens, pencils and writing paper.  January 23rd was chosen as this is the birthday of John Hancock.  John Hancock was the first person to sign the Declaration of Independence.