In last week’s newsletter, we talked about how easy it is to get overwhelmed with everything that we have to do as mums or mumpreneurs. However, I also promised to help you avoid this with some recommended organisation systems. In this blog, we’re focused on the home and ways in which you and your family can get more organised and save time. Here are my top three systems.
1. Meal Planning
How many times have you hunted around in the fridge or freezer to find something for dinner? Or realised that you have a crucial ingredient missing? This can involve unnecessary trips to the...
What would happen if you said “No”? This month we have been exploring what you might be tolerating and allowing in your life and why you may feel unable to change that. Maybe you’re not convinced yet that you should make any changes. In this blog post, we’re going to explore the impact it might be having now, and what could happen if you put more boundaries in place and a stop to some of the things you’re permitting.
Is your family really benefiting?
We often think that by putting up with stuff and making everyone else a priority, we’re doing our friends...
Why do we tolerate so much that isn’t serving us? In this month’s newsletter, we talked about the kinds of things we might be allowing in our lives that we wouldn’t have in the past. But having some understanding of how we’ve reached this point, can help us to not only make changes but to also avoid the same pitfalls in the future.
Here are three reasons why you might be tolerating too much in your life and that might stop you from moving forward.
1. It’s Too Hard To Change
Spend a minute thinking about changing an aspect of your routine. Notice your heartbeat...
Decluttering can be surprisingly difficult. You look at the pile of stuff you have and you know that you need to reduce it. However, when you’re working through the items you can find yourself feeling sentimental and wanting to hold on to everything. A classic phrase that is often used is “it might come in handy in the future”. If you’re having trouble in letting go, here are our top tips to help you move forward and create space for your future.
What Do I Want To Keep?
Changing the question from what you will get rid of to what you will keep, can help you to get...
If your home is bursting at the seams or you have boxes that you’ve moved from one home to another without ever unpacking, the thought of starting to declutter your home might be overwhelming. It becomes one of those jobs that are put off until next month and never gets done. Meanwhile more clutter gathers, and the cycle continues. In this month’s newsletter, we talked about the benefits of decluttering. But how can you get started if you’re feeling overwhelmed?
1. Start With Your Central Area
Ask yourself where you spend most of your time. It might be in the kitchen, at...
In the last blog post, we looked at how you could set powerful intentions and improve your mindset so that you can achieve what you want. However, we also discussed how other things can get in the way such as not taking care of ourselves and getting distracted by all the other things going on around us. Here’s our run down of practical steps you can take to help make things happen and to achieve your goals.
1. Create Focused Time
Our brains can only focus for so long on one task. After that our productivity dwindles. By working with our brains, we can start to achieve more in the time...
In this month’s newsletter, we looked at the kinds of things that can steer us off course from getting what we want. One of these was our own minds. Creating the right mindset dramatically increases your chance of success. But where do you start? By setting intentions. Here are 5 steps to help you get started.
1. Get Clear On What You Want And Why You Want It
It sounds obvious, but far too often we have a vague sense of our goals rather than a very clear picture. On top of that, we don’t always consider why it’s important to us. This can leave us in danger of chasing...
In the last blog post, we looked at how you could reflect on the last year. If you haven’t followed the step-by-step guide in that, then I would suggest you do that first before reading this blog post. The reason why reflection is so important is because it helps guide you in setting your goals for the following year.
You may have been surprised by some of the scores you gave to areas of your life. Without doing that work, you may not have recognised the areas which need more attention and focus to get you closer to your ideal next year. Take a moment now to review those scores and...
How has this year gone for you? Did it go too quickly for you, or does it seem to have dragged? Does it feel like a successful one or were you constantly battling obstacles? Either way you probably haven’t realised quite how much you have accomplished as a mumpreneur, a mother, a partner, a friend, an individual. I can guarantee it is more than you think.
Reflecting on your year gives you the opportunity to acknowledge those achievements and to learn from things that haven’t gone so well. In this guide, we take you through it, step-by-step.
What Have Been The Highs And Lows?
How confident are you in yourself and your abilities? Do you believe that you can have the life you want and achieve whatever you want?
In the last blog post, we looked at how you could free yourself from expectations and start living in a way that is more authentic so you could build your self-esteem and confidence. In this post, I want to share with you a few ways in which you can start building your confidence, so you realise just how limitless you are.
Keep Doing It
It sounds simple and might not feel that way at first. However, when you first start doing something new or doing it...
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