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Dealing with mom guilt

Don’t overstretch yourself by wearing the deadly multi-tasking and “I can do it all” badge of honour if it doesn’t work for you. – OMT

Start practising your positive affirmations with this checklist!

Keep reminding yourself to check off a few each day or week (use the frequency that works best for you). Hopefully with time there would be no need to refer to it again. It would become a part of you. CHEERS TO EMBRACING MENTAL WELLNESS!

3 lessons parents can learn from the story of the 9 year old first crayon activist

On a recent morning when a first-grader asked her why her hair was “so crazy,” Bellen considered her large Afro, which has been both a source of compliments and teasing in her life. She then told the girl, “Maybe God wanted it to match my personality, because I’m all over the place.” – Washington Post

God, what are you up to?

“Try this out anytime you are down and let me know how it goes by reaching out to me (omtsdigest@gmail.com) but I can bet my one million dollars from the gari I sell that in this game the only one who emerges as the loser is the devil!”

How a simple homeschool activity re-emphasised the limitless love of God

“There will certainly be trials and temptations and some falls but we are certain to overcome when we leave the uncontrollable aspects to God and focus on what we can do with our God-given strengths.”