Tag Archives: happiness

How to have happy and successful play dates?

As of 20171004, Little Prince has been to four different play dates (at three different families) in this autumn 2017 as planned. We look forward to more happy play dates that allow us to learn and make more friends. Little Prince enjoyed playing toys of his friends (especially given how minimalist we live), we also […]

How to stay calm?

We accept that we don’t always have beautiful days, but we can choose to always seek the positivity amidst the negativity. To stay calm, remember our priorities when we are flooded with incessant demands. we do our best to use more positive words. learn about adjectives that positively describe ourselves. If others use negative words […]

What is your gratitude list for summer 2017?

For summer 2017, I am thankful for the followings: Little Prince and Little Princess. Both of them are growing happily and healthily into unique individuals. Spending precious moments with papa and mama, especially when Little Princess smiled to and danced for her maternal grandfather. At the eve of her 9 months-old birthday, Little Princess gave […]

How to turn negativity into motivation?

It is okay if we have negative emotions [1], they tell us that things are not right. We could use the negative emotions to our advantages. Instead of sharing or advertising our negative feelings (not all people are empathetic), we could learn some strategies to make positive uses of them. *** Use our grief to […]

What are our dream destinations?

On 20170614, I showed Little Prince the photographs of his father taken while the latter visited Australia, Europe, and North America. Little Prince shared that he wanted very much to visit those places his father had been before. Some worth-considering dream destinations are listed below. Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness, New Mexico, USA via asus since 20170615. It […]

What can we learn from Sisters?

During our first trip to Scotland, I bought a novel entitled Sisters written by Danielle Steele for either 2 or 3 pounds from a charity shop. It was a bargain, but my father spent some efforts to carry our stuff (including the novel) especially in our dwelling in London [1]. In summer 2017, after my […]

Why must we imagine?

Little children love to imagine. As grown-ups, we must not forget this natural talent, instead we must nurture our ability to imagine and support it with everything that we have experienced and learned, so that our pro-life, pro-advancement imaginations will be realizations. “Anything one man can imagine, other men can make real.” ~ Jules Verne, […]