Taking care of the workforce (ie you)

Taking care of the workforce (ie you)

  Looking after a home and family is physically demanding work. Without health, energy and emotional calm, it can be an uphill struggle. So it makes sense to prioritise your well-being, make it non-negotiable. Looking after No1 needs to be Job #1. However, the life of...
Feng shui & housework

Feng shui & housework

Much as I love the summer, and much as I love my children, I have been known to feel the strain of the summer school holidays. I take my hat off to all the mums who manage to enjoy, rather than endure, the long break. However, I will admit, it does have its perks...

A rainy day foray into domestic goddessness

  By popular request, today’s post is a bit of an odd one for this blog… It’s a recipe. Not being your average domestic goddess, there are unlikely to be many more but since I was asked to post this, here it is. It’s my method of producing that vital essential...

How I cope with toy clutter

This is a picture of my son, doing what he loves to do – fluffle his mummy’s hair. He has done this ever since he developed fine motor skills. When he was smaller, he used to do it while feeding. Some babies need a blanket or soft toy, my boy needed a handful of...

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