Posts Tagged ‘mums and time’

It’s Time To Take Action!

Monday, August 22nd, 2016

If you’re struggling to keep everything on the right track, you can regain control of your life by deciding what you need to do each day. By creating a schedule to follow, you can ensure your time is well spent doing things that give you a sense of satisfaction and wellbeing. Taking this proactive approach will bring balance to your life and the motivation you need to reclaim your valuable time. (more…)

Eliminate Time Wasters!

Monday, August 8th, 2016

When you truly reflect on your day, which tasks do you resent most that stole your much-valued time? Was it the latest Carpool Karaoke clip from James Corden, which to be fair was very funny, or could it have been the meeting you travelled twenty minutes to attend only to find it cancelled at last minute? One of these distractions and time wasters could have definitely been avoided! We should all be able to enjoy our lives and comical YouTube clips certainly make us laugh. However, when these persistent time wasters encroach on your ability to manage your time effectively, you can become stressed, anxious and life suddenly feels out of control. (more…)

Transform Chaos Into Calm

Monday, October 13th, 2014

If you are living a chaotic and demanding lifestyle, always remember you are not alone! Mums everywhere constantly juggle roles and responsibilities whilst endeavouring to raise happy and confident children. As the storm of life rages around you, find calm and tranquillity by following these tried and tested tips! (more…)


Monday, September 15th, 2014

How many of these titles do you represent? Mum, wife, partner, daughter, sister, friend, colleague, neighbour. I’m sure most of you reading this blog could tick off all eight roles, agreeing that each one provides an enormous sense of satisfaction. However, collectively these roles can bring confusion, frustration and destruction to your life. So how can you ensure these roles don’t collide, allowing you to live in harmony with the real you? (more…)