“Caring for your inner child has a powerful and surprisingly quick result: Do it and the child heals.” Martha Beck
“After a while the middle-aged person who lives in her head begins to talk to her soul, the kid.”
Love this quote!
“Everyone is born creative; everyone is given a box of crayons in kidergarten. Then wen you hit puberty they take te crayons away and replace them with dry, uninspiring books on agebra, history, ect. Being suddenly hit years later with the 'creative bug' is just a wee voice telling you, 'I'd like my crayons back, please.” Hugh MacLeod
Keeping a healthy balance is so important for your own well-being. The stress we make on keeping in touch with your inner child should never be underestimated. We all grow up physically and mentally; however, the child we are inside should never be lost, never to be found.
We all grow up and have grown up responsibilities. Having a family to take care of, shelter, food, transportation, and lest not forget all of the insurance, are big responsibilities. Yes, responsibilities are there and we need to take care of them. In spite of all of the responsibilities you shouldn’t lose your inner shine…who you are.
When you go to work, see your job for what it is. It is a means to make the cash to take care of your responsibilities. It is not your life. Money is necessary for making your life comfortable, which is obvious. Keep in mind, your employer uses you to make them money. You should use your employer to make your money. You get to work, do what is expected of you, and try to have fun doing it. That’s it, only a way to bring in a paycheck, to make your life comfortable.
Some people like big toys, like hotrods, big trucks, motorcycles, etc. Make sure you make the money to afford your playthings. If you make the purchase before it’s affordable within your budget, it makes it hard to enjoy and can quickly become an added stress.
So, go to work with a smile, take care of your responsibilities, then be the big kid that you are! Keep a healthy balance for a healthy you.