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35 Things I Want My Daughter to Know About Girlfriends - The House of Hendrix
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Not just for people with kids, this is what every women should know. Acquaintances are many, true friendships are few, protect and cherish those few, true friendships.
35 Things I want my Daughter to know about Girlfriends - Journaling for Baby :)
35 Things I want my Daughter to know about Girlfriends [the House of Hendrix} - I know you aren't my kid, but these are so true
35 Things I want my Daughter to know about Girlfriends - Wow, this list is really good reminders and so true! Love my girls!
35 things I want my daughter to know about Girlfriends: (a collection from a few of my trusted gals) True girlfriends are those who will tell you the good and the bad. And find a way to make you feel OK about both. Your best friend may have other friends too. That’s ok. A girlfriend understands that we all want to feel celebrated on our birthdays. Girlfriends come in all colors, shapes, and energy levels. Don’t have a type. You will miss out. We are all imperfect people. Your friends will disappoint you. Forgive them even before they ask. True girlfriends are those who meet you in the middle, and sit with you if the moment calls for sitting, and walk with you when you can move forward again. Be brave enough to be real. Your Authentic self is enough. You know she’s a true girlfriend when you don’t clean up before she comes over… you’re comfortable allowing her to see YOU, mess and all. A lack of phone contact should not breed insecurity, just an excitement for when you finally do connect. Pick up where you left off, no guilt or hesitation. Life is hard and we all know it. Grace should be freely given. Life gets busy though. Be intentional. Love them well. That will look different for each friend. Truly good friends are your best cheerleaders– they make you feel like everything you want is possible. If you find a friend that can make you laugh so hard you pee….don’t let her go. There are no gasps or judgement when your child has a meltdown in front of her. Just a chuckle and a story about when her own child slapped her mother-in-law in the face. Always reach out to the new girl in school or life. Always. A phone date together with a glass of wine and sleeping children can be as fulfilling as a dinner out. True girlfriends are those who take and give in equal measure – but always remember to measure over the length of a yard and not over the length of an inch. There’s a fine line between sharing information and gossiping. Don’t cross it and ask your friends to do the same. You can make a friend feel loved by loving on her children. It is a blessing to have an intimate few but always have room at your table. Be the anti-clique clique. Don’t be a high maintenance friend, life’s hard enough. Just love well and often. Laugh and cry together, often at the same time. Don’t flirt with her boyfriend, spouse or love interest. Remember your life and family are not supposed to look like hers. You were created differently. Don’t compare. Friends should never feel like an obligation. Girlfriends know when to simply say “you will get through this, I promise.” When you know you are crazy, your girlfriend can assure you, you are normal, even though you are crazy. A girlfriend understands your hormones, at all the different stages of womanhood. Be Trustworthy ”A gossip betrays a confidence, but a trustworthy person keeps a secret.” (Proverbs 11). True girlfriends always know how to point out the best in each other. Apologize when you screw up, because you will. Don’t just say you’re going to pray for her, actually pray, even when she doesn’t ask. Know the purity of her heart. It’ll make it easier to give her the benefit of doubt. Give of yourself expecting nothing in return. A true friend will reciprocate when she is able. You have been placed in each others lives with great purpose. Cherish each other.
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Your increasingly digital lifestyle has left your analog media collecting dust. Save it from obsolescence and digitize your life. Finding a used sheet-fed scanner is always a nice way to save some money, and when you're finished scanning your paper you can always to recoup some of the cost. No matter what you choose, you're going to discover that you can't approach all paper in exactly the same way. You'll want to consider the following: While it would be next to impossible to cover every type of paper you may encounter, below are a few common varieties and tips on how to handle them.
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21 Things Your Burglar Won’t Tell You! Put your car keys by your bed at night. If you hear someone breaking in, just push the panic button on your key fob. All the neighbors will hear. Lots of good ideas to keep safe in this post.
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21 Things Your Burglar Wont Tell You! Put your car keys by your bed at night. If you hear someone breaking in, just push the panic button on your key fob. All the neighbors will hear. Lots of good ideas to keep safe in this post. Great links to emergency preparedness too
SAFETY TIPS EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW 21 Things Your Burglar Won’t Tell You! Put your car keys by your bed at night. If you hear someone breaking in, just push the panic button on your key fob. All the neighbors will hear. Lots of good ideas to keep safe in this post.
25 documents you need before you die -- be prepared. Always a good reminder.