“You ALWAYS say that...” “You NEVER take the rubbish out...” “You are always complaining about that...” “I’m cleaning up after you all the time” “You can’t understand me...” “You never listen to me” “NOTHING EVER pleases you!” “Let’s just get divorced then...!” Have you ever found yourself saying some of these phrases? Then you may have succumbed to … Continue reading What NOT to say in your Marriage – Words and Phrases to steer clear of in Marriage.
A lot of mums have been asking me how I manage my days and asked me to put a blog post together. So here is a more practical post on how to look at managing your time! Whether we are a mum with one kid, or 2 kids or 3 or 4, a working mum … Continue reading 5 Steps To Help You Balance it all as a Mum
It was an ice cream that fueled it. Such a fuss over ice cream. I like ice cream, but my daughter inevitably likes it more! I had already established a rule with her that she could have ice cream if she collected all the pom poms in her "I'm nice" jar. (This was a jar … Continue reading 3 Ways to be ‘Team Mates’ in your Parenting
When my first daughter was born, I think I was pretty stressed out, even though I had been a teacher for 9 years and looked after kids a lot, I didn’t have any idea how to look after a baby and I kinda freaked out when they placed that tiny bundle in my arms. No … Continue reading 4 Reasons to Let your Husband be More Involved
Our spouse is our helper, our lover and our gift. We can’t take them for granted. Just like we shouldn’t expect so much from them. Before we got married maybe we all had our own ideals of what marriage would be like, what our Prince Charming would do for us or how our sweet housewife … Continue reading 4 Ways to Deal With Expectations in your Marriage
If you are a stay at home mum, or even a working mum, it isn’t always easy. Some days are great, we get a lot of house work done, the kids are in a good mood, dinner stays on the table not the floor and we finish the day feeling like we have achieved something! … Continue reading Becoming a Mum Who Fills Her Cup First, Till it’s Overflowing