Having those around me & myself healthy. Having our son who we fought so hard to bring into this world. We're bone poor, but I consider this 'the good life'...
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27-03-2014 22:37 #11
27-03-2014 23:28 #12Senior Member
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I feel like I am living the good life, my family is happy and healthy and we have money to spend on holidays, investments and socialising with friends.
We have a date night once a week and I have worked hard to lose the baby weight after 2 pregnancies. Holiday coming up soon. Life is good.
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27-03-2014 23:42 #13Member
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Having a balance in my life. Being healthy in mind, body and spirit. Having a family that is healthy and comfortable. Having the freedom to develop myself as an individual as well as a parent and wife without external pressures
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27-03-2014 23:45 #14
Enough. Having enough family, enough friends, enough love, enough health, enough resources, enough money, enough time. Just having enough.
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28-03-2014 01:32 #15
As long as my family and baby is happy and healthy I consider that to be the "good life".
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28-03-2014 05:49 #16
Having healthy happy kids, Hubby and myself. The whole family having food in our bellies and a roof over our head.
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28-03-2014 05:52 #17
Great topic OP! I'm currently reevaluating this. Will be back to post later.
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28-03-2014 06:16 #18
Good job where I am happy and feel valued.
My family happy and healthy.
Having enough money to go overseas to see family. And to go snowboarding once every couple of years (not currently possible unfortunately).
Being able to buy the groceries I want without worrying about the cost.
Having red wine in the cupboard at all times!
Being able to replace something if I need to ie household item or clothing/shoes.
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28-03-2014 06:30 #19
A job I enjoy (I can't afford to be a SAHM so I may as well enjoy my job).
Having DP to share my life with, we look forward to growing old together <3
Having good relationships with my family.
Last but not least, my kids and DP's kids make life that much more lovely
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28-03-2014 07:52 #20
Having quality time with DH and DS. Not having to worry about money, but having enough that we can do the things we want without too much stress. Having my business, because I enjoy it and the me time
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