Good Hands for the Good Life #GoodLife

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 photo allstatelogo_300x60_zps5487a605.jpgLIfe is always interesting be it your home, in your school, or at your work.  However, to make one keep their sanity, you must celebrate moments of simplicity and contentment in life.  As hard as it may be, you have to get over the little trivial things that can happen on a daily basis that drive you crazy.  Inside you have to triumph over adversity, fear or doubt.

When I started this blog, I had no idea what I was doing.  Heck, I am still not an expert baker or cooker (though my kids tell me I am a good cooker all the time!).  However, I had to move beyond thinking I looked like an idiot with some of my recipes.  I had to realize that not everyone is going to like what I make.  However, I also had to get rid of the fear that all of my recipes were going to NOT turn out.  What surprised me the most was that most of my recipes do turn out.  Every so often I try something that doesn't win over my family. 

Granted, life isn't as simple as a cooking/foodie blog.  I know that.  However, if you can overcome small challenges like this, you too can have an Allstate Good Life

Tell me about some of your own good life stories in the comments!  How have you overcome adversity to live a good life?

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