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My Mother Once Told Me…

“My mother once told me that raising a child was like rediscovering the world all over again through the eyes of your child.

Life all of a sudden becomes simple and often, way more enjoyable.When you are with a child they ask you to find words and ways to describe life’s little wonders.

(Side note: Do you know how tricky it can actually be to explain how to tie shoelaces!)

More importantly they ask you to stop, discover and play.

They ask you to rejoice in life’s little wonders and be boldly creative. That’s one of the many reasons why I love being a child psychologist.”

Words by Emma Pratt, co-founder of Nala Hub

Today’s challenge: notice something ‘ordinary’ you take for granted. It could be what noise your shoes make on the gravel, what birds are flying in the sky or the sounds they are making, or where the moon is in the sky. Disconnect to connect.