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Comment avoir confiance en soi : arrêter de se déprécier « La critique a du bon, je l’aime et je l’honore » écrivait Voltaire. Je souscris pleinement à cette maxime, et je chéris la critique au quotidien : pointer mes faiblesses, mes lacunes, mes erreurs, voilà qui me permet de les corriger efficacement et de devenir une meilleure version de moi-même. C’est pourquoi, sans doute, je privilégie dans mon entourage le contact des gens critiques : celles et ceux qui n’hésitent pas à me faire savoir que je déconne, que je paresse, que je triche, que je déjoue et sous-estime mon potentiel. Mais parfois, la critique cesse d’être constructive et utile, pour accomplir l’exact opposé : détruire ma confiance en moi. Tour d’horizon de ces phrases que j’ai trop entendues, et qui ne me font aucun bien. À lire aussi : Le culte de la minceur VS mes complexes, une histoire de paradoxes « Tu ne pourras jamais porter ça » Parfois c’est encourageant. Quand ma mère me disait « ah non ça ne te va pas ! À lire aussi : Maman, merci de laisser mon poids tranquille Voilà.

Homemade Sidewalk Chalk Play Recipes We have been having lots of FUN with sidewalk chalk this Summer! Here are some of the creative ways we have played with it so far. All of these play recipes and activities are very easy to whip up. Sidewalk Chalk Recipes & ways to PLAY What could be more fun than exploding chalk paint bags? What kid doesn't love squirt bottles? Playing with frozen ice chalk on a hot Summer's day is just too perfect. Make Chalk Bombs- Fill eggs with liquid chalk and let kids crack and splat the eggs to make awesome sidewalk art. This is such a fun way for kids to play with chalk! Here is a sure fire way to WOW the kids this Summer! Here is a new and FUN way to play with sidewalk chalk this Summer! Fizzing sidewalk paint is so easy to make and SO FUN, especially in the Summer. Regular old sidewalk chalk is still fabulous too of course. A Few Other Fun Ways to PLAY from around the Web: Reading Confetti also had the fun idea to make ice chalk (great minds). We have more fun sidewalk chalk ideas on the way!

Surprise Dad with the Smallest Toolbox Ever! May28 by Brenda Ponnay Altoid Tin Mini Toolboxes for Father’s Day I’ve been wanting to craft with Altoid tins since forever. I thought about it and thought about it and decided these tins would make a great caddy for holding collections of little odds and ends. While I realize that dads might not be into little mini toolboxes as much as I am, I still thought it would be a fun craft to do for Father’s Day. Let’s get crackin’, shall we? First off a disclaimer: I realize that this is not exactly a craft that you can do with your small kids. These are the materials you will need: At least 2 Altoid tinsA metal eye strap. These are the tools you will need:a hammera big naila little naila flat screwdriverwire-cutters First you will need to gather your Altoid tins. Next you will need to create the holes that you will use to wire the boxes together (if you are creating multi-drawer toolboxes) and to attach the handle. Now it’s time to spray-paint! And that’s it! Have fun and give Dad my regards!

Alpha Mom™ - Baby, Pregnancy, Toddler, Motherhood, Baby Names, and Baby Product Reviews Ned Hardy Liste de blogs DIY à découvrir cette année Pour les cadeaux, pour les sous ou tout simplement pour se détendre, le Do It Yourself, c’est une de mes lubies du Net. Pouvoir créer mes propres décos avec trois fois rien me met tellement en joie que je peux passer des HEURES à errer sur l’Internet mondial en quête de LA bonne idée ! J’ai donc passé la moitié de ma vie sur la rubrique « Bricolage » de Pinterest, comme vous vous en doutez. Je trépigne quand je trouve la pépite, mais je pète littéralement un boulard quand je trouve le filon : un vrai bon blog de DIY. Celui qui explique bien, qui a de belles photos, celui qui claque, en somme. Voici donc une petite sélection de blogs DIY (mais pas que) qui mériteraient d’être plus connus ! Le blog DIY de Nemgraphisme J’ai découvert ce blog il y a peu grâce aux sélections des Golden Blog Awards ! En plus de faire de jolies choses de ses doigts, elle a aussi une jolie rubrique « Food » dans laquelle elle concocte des recettes à gargouiller d’envie ! My Rainy Day, un autre blog DIY à découvrir

34 Woodland Wonders I love bringing the beauty of nature into my home. From bowls of pine cones to afghans inspired by the changing fall leaves, nature is the ultimate inspiration when it comes to crafting and decorating. The best part about nature crafts is that you can easily change out your home decor based on what’s going on in your back yard. This budget-friendly and convenient decorating technique will ensure that your home is always decorated for the appropriate season! For example, as snow melts and the grass and flowers begin to bloom again, this Basic Birdseed Wreath will help welcome birds back into your backyard. So if you’ve been interested in learning how you can use nature to help inspire your decorating, look no further. BONUS! Woodland-Inspired Home Decor Woodland Wearables Woodland Gift Ideas BONUS! Like free stuff? Wood Logs Candle Holders Share and Enjoy

Show Thanks to Teachers with this Creative Starbucks Gift May25 by Lindsey Boardman Here’s a quick and easy printable for you to customize as an end of year Starbucks gift card* thank you for all the top teachers out there to show your appreciation. My kids’ teachers love their coffee and the two of them used to go get each other cups of Starbucks coffee on their lunch breaks, so a Starbucks gift cards seemed like the ideal thank you present for them. This cheeky little printable “Thank You Teacher Sleeve” fits over one of the smaller Starbucks take out cups (the size they usually do the kid’s hot chocolates in), which is also the perfect size to hide the gift card inside. In our Thank You Teacher Sleeve, the Starbucks mermaid has traded her tails for a graduation cap and we’ve replaced the usual check boxes for decaf, etc with check boxes for top teacher qualities. Click here to download the Thank You Teacher Sleeve printable PDF and use a black marker to tick your boxes and write your teacher’s name on the side (barista style).

Handmade Charlotte | DIY Crafts and Design for Kids The Traveller’s Medicine Cabinet: 5 Essential Drugs for the Road While out roving you aren’t always (or even often) anywhere near a hospital or pharmacy. But, if you pack these nutritional supplements and natural medications wherever you go, you’ll be able to cope just fine. #1: Kratom The Situation You’re hiking the Appalachian trail in the dead of winter. Suddenly the worst happens; your boot gets caught between two rocks, you lose your footing and tumble to the ground, wrenching your ankle in the process. © Miserlou What It Is A leafy green plant grown mainly in Southeast Asia. Uses First and foremost, Kratom is a powerful painkiller similar to Morphine or Opium. Side-Effects Kratom is mildly addictive, about on par with caffeine. Forms Kratom can be purchased in dried leafy form, as an extract, a resin, or in pill form. Legality Kratom is legal in most of the developed world. #2: Kava Kava Kava Kava A leafy green plant grown throughout the Pacific islands. Kava can help to treat social anxiety or stress, and also works as a powerful relaxant. Oil of Oregano

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