It’s getting personal. Even though he is on the small side, this guy has a lot of power. Take a look at this funny video:
Mr. Peanut and My Friend Betty Says are on the same page. Don’t we often discuss the power and control we have on being our best selves? How we have to believe in ourselves more than anyone else believes in us? Joking aside, if we don’t exude confidence, how can our little ones or loved ones see it inside us? Does it help us stay on our positive paths?
Just recently, I have had a taste of working a little over part-time from home, while keeping everyone’s schedule the same (including my sitter’s). Even though my mom was here for two weeks and helped me a great deal, after commuting to New York City for four days, I didn’t think I could keep going. On the first evening back, I was on the train with a knot in my throat. I thought, “How do full-time working moms do it?” I held back tears, dying to see my babies and throw in the towel. I thought, “Perhaps this isn’t for me.”
You know your friend Betty isn’t a quitter, right? A little exhaustion got in the way. I’m very lucky to do this from home but have taught myself to do this from home, to contribute in some way and to do what makes me happy. All in all, I believe in myself. I found out that while I was gone Diego was proudly telling people, “My mom is at work today.” All my boys believe in me too because I make sure it shows.
What’s your tiny secret power? It’s your turn to get a little personal!
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.