Create routines with easy to follow guides
Do you have a Google Home? Or are you thinking about getting one? (If you don’t yet own one, you can check out our Pros and Cons of Google Home here, to help you decide.) When we first got our Google Home, we really only used it to set timers for cooking.Since then, our “Google Vocabulary” has expanded, and these are the most common phrases we use in our home (Yep – all of them!) Most popular Google Home Phrases in our house (and what they are used for) Alarms and Timers “Hey Google…” “…Set timer for 5 minutes” This is the most popular use for Google Home in our…
Set achievable goals using the S.M.A.R.T and H.A.R.D methods.
October has arrived (already!) but that doesn't mean it is too late to start setting goals for the rest of the year.
5 quick and easy steps to plan 4 weeks of dinners. Use this list over and over until the end of time, and never be asked "What's for dinner?" again. + Free Printable Worksheets
Don't you hate it when you go to bed and suddenly your brain tells you all of the things that you didn't do that day!? With these steps you will be able to create a way to greatly limit the chances of this, as well as get a restful nights sleep!
Routines can make or break us, it is all about balance. Find out how to make a balanced routine that you will stick to, once and for all!
In my last self-care post, we went through why it is important to take some time for yourself. You may be wondering now “How can I find the time in my busy schedule?” As a mum, I know how hard it can be to find some down time. You set out to have a quiet coffee and your child suddenly needs you to look at every toy she owns. Or you get ready to do some yoga and somehow your sleeping child senses your relaxation and prematurely wakes from their nap. I totally get it, it happens more often than not! Does self-care work? As with everything, it depends person…