• All I Need to Know... About Life I learned from jigsaw Puzzles

    All I Need to Know... About Life I learned from jigsaw Puzzles
    by: Jacquie Sewell
    ..Don't force a fit. If something is meant to be, it will come together naturally.
    ...When things are not going so well, take a break. Everything will look differently when you return.
    ...Be sure to look at the big picture. Getting hung up on the little pieces only leads to frustration.
    ...Perseverance pays off. Every important puzzle went together bit by bit, piece by piece.
    ...When one spot stops working, move
    to another. But be sure to come back later.
    ...The creator of the puzzle gave you the picture as a guide.
    ...Variety is the spice of life. It's the different colors & patterns that make the puzzle interesting.
    ...Working together with family & friends makes any task fun.
    ...Establish the borders first. Boundaries give a sense of security & order.
    ...Don't be afraid to try different combinations. Some matches are surprising.
    ...Take time often to celebrate your successes (even little ones).
    ...Anything worth doing takes time & effort. A great puzzle can't be rushed.

    written by Jacquie Sewell (jjsewell416@yahoo.com) copyright 2001
    Permission is granted to send this to others, but not for commercial purposes.



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