January can be a dark, miserable and very long month after the festive fun of Christmas. Some of us may have eaten too much, drunk too much or spent too much (and maybe all three)?! I love Christmas but I also love January because it feels like a fresh beginning and the opportunity to make changes and start a new chapter in my life. If you’re looking to re-focus and start to make some real changes for you and your family, check out these things to do in January to simplify, organise and enjoy your life!
Time is the one thing that we all wish we had more of. Whether it’s because we never get to the end of our To Do lists or we just … Read More
Minimalism can really boost your productivity, whether it’s in the workplace or at home. Removing unnecessary distractions, keeping your environment clear to avoid visual and mental clutter and enabling you to focus on the important tasks, all contribute to better productivity and time management. Busy Mums can always benefit from ways to do more in the time they’ve got available so check out my post on 7 ways Minimalism boosts productivity and time management for the busy Mum!
I think most mums find school run mornings very stressful. We are often pushed for time and even the most organised mum can often can get caught out if they forget to do something or check that everything is ready. It can take army-like precision to make sure everyone leaves on time with everything they need but to do that you need a strategy! So, here are 20 ways to make school run mornings less stressful!
My iPhone comes with me everywhere, but it’s not so I can check out social media or never miss a text. Instead, I use my iPhone in various ways to keep me organised without filling my brain with things to do and places to be. Check out this post for 5 ways I use my iPhone to organise my life and how it can help you be more organised, more productive and less stressed.
Do you struggle when it comes to deciding what to feed your family for dinner and then having to cook it? When you’ve been busy all day long and have already made a million decisions, one of the last things you probably feel like doing is deciding what to eat, only then to find that you haven’t got what you need in the cupboards and fridge. Check out this post on meal planning made simple to take the stress and hard work out of meal times?