Let’s take a quick moment to discuss, “It’s Summertime!” Yes, it is the season of heat, thunderstorms, beach days, barbecues, ice cream, and trying to figure out how we can just stay cool. Children are home from school, perhaps going to camp or some other programs to keep entertained. These are times of longer sunny days and again it’s just hot! How about considering the fact that we are now half way through this year. Have we been able to accomplish some of the goals we set for the New Year yet? If not, how can we use this time to move forward to do so? How about we think about creative ways to spend time together as families as some get to go on vacation? Let’s not make it a typical vacation, but appreciate even more so the time given to each other that otherwise may not be available at other times of the year. It’s up to you to take a quick moment, pause consider all these things, take a deep breath and be thankful for a new season. It’s important that we make the most of the time we have been given and take nothing for granted. So go enjoy this summertime together, explore new places and continue to appreciate those you have in your life. These are everyday moments that matter.
I would love to hear how you are spending your summer. What are you enjoying the most during this season? Have you done well with attaining some of your new year set goals yet? This is a wonderful time to evaluate. Make sure you are taking in each of these moments and cherishing them. Thank you for taking a moment with me and sharing your experiences too.
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