I like this saying because it encourages that mistakes are ok to make. I expect my students to show effort in the work that they do, and mistakes are fixable and acceptable as long as they keep trying. I would put this saying on a poster (on vinyl sticker like the one here) and keep in my classroom to remind students that it is ok to make mistakes.
An article I wrote for the Huffington Post on 25 questions you can ask to know yourself just that little bit more. Knowing who you are and what you want is the first step in finding your purpose. Click through to read the post! gratitude, inspiration, motivation, meditation, personal growth, personal development, purpose, life purpose, life, self care, finding purpose, passion, self improvement, goals, mindset, mantra, journal, intuition, spiritual, developing intuition, spirit, wisdom
When we look at the holistic wellness wheel our aim is to promote balance between the seven areas of life: emotional, social, occupational/financial, intellectual, physical, environmental and spiritual.