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Lighten The Load

Happy November everyone!! Its not long until Christmas, have you started you Christmas shopping yet? I haven’t but I have started writing a list…granted it only has one name on it – my middle daughter, but it is a start.  Well I’m not here to talk about Christmas planning, which will be another post for another week. I wanted to let you all know that I have finally caved in and got myself a cleaner.

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Simplify Your Life

Now a days alot of people are talking about minimalism and simplifying their lives.  And at first glance you could take just to be about cleaning out your wardrobe, reducing your belongings, so you don’t have so much stuff to tidy, organise and generally look after.

 
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Time for you – Time to Create!

I’m back to travelling to work with my ipad and writing my blog posts on the train! Now this has come about, after listening to a video on YouTube recently when a fellow working mum, said that we should try not to make our whole day just about work, if we work. And even if we are a stay at home mum, we shouldn’t just make the day about everyone else but we should do something for ourselves each day, including something creative.

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Working mum life

I’m Back…

I have been MIA for a few months… I need some real time out for myself and release some of the pressure I have been feeling across all areas of my life. Although I haven’t been posting, I have been writing blog posts on an ad hoc basis…. Whilst I am slowing getting back on the blogging wagon, I think it might be nice to see what I have been up to over the last few months.  Some here you go, enjoy!!

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I remember the time…

I remember the time…When my youngest was just out of hospital, my husband was going back to work, I was still recovering from my c-section and I had a 3 & half year old and 15 month old. In all honesty, on my first day alone with the kids, I was scared. How was i going to manage, feed, entertain them, from morning to evening. It was a daunting prospect that I was to be in charge of 3 small people and it can all kick off at anytime, with no hope of reasoning with them when it did. I had to find a way to organise myself, the kids and all our independent demands, throughout the day. Somehow I did it for that day and all the days to follow, each day got slightly easier, I learnt from the mistakes of the past, sort advice, read lots and got through it, some days easier than others.