It can be so difficult to keep my boys interested in the spirit of family celebrations and holidays when they are striving to be so grown up (especially the 19 year old! That’s the only problem with kids, they grow
Since we moved late last year, my wardrobe has been ridiculously disorganised. I wake up every day feeling like I have absolutely nothing to wear. A while ago I came across Project 333 and the idea has really stuck with me.
I shared my chore chart on a Facebook organisation group last week, and a bunch of people asked me about how it works and seemed to enjoy it, so I decided to do a post on it. It’s fairly simple.
When I get some downtime, especially on the one night a week I have to myself, I like to decorate my planner, work on some craft, and binge the shit outta Netflix while I’m at it. And I KNOW
It’s that time of year again. Are you prepared for your little terrors to head back to school? Or maybe you have a little one starting school this year? As always, Smiggle have a bunch of fabulous products
If you read my previous post, you know that we were recently given 30 days to vacate the place that we are renting right now. It’s been sold and the new owners need it vacant by the 8th of November.
On Friday I found out that the house we are currently renting has been sold and we need to move. We were given 30 days. 30 days… It just doesn’t seem right. Can someone move in 30 days? So
Today, I’m going to run through Monday Meal Planning Madness a little differently, and by differently I mean, hang onto your hats. This is going to be a long one. If you’re a regular reader, you’ll know I normally just
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Preface: Um, forgot to schedule this post and I ended up changing it anyways so here’s Monday Meal Planning Madness on Tuesday! Oops! One of the most important things I can do to help myself get through the School Holidays