For most people, education stops at school, but to continue improving your skills in later life, lifelong habits are key to being successful and more productivity in both work and play. Continuing to learn in later life can have huge benefits on both your body and mind, as keeping an active mind helps to keep an active body. Getting into good habits with continuous learning can also boost your abilities in a working environment and opens you up to new experiences and opportunities. Taking courses and workshops at any time in life is also a great way to meet new people and interact with others with similar interests to broaden your horizons.
The summer sun can brighten your days and, as a result, can fill you with some much-needed optimism, which could make you realise you can do anything you put your mind to, from writing that long-planned novel to changing your bad habits for the better. Make the most of the happy season by learning how to revamp your life this summer.
Your family home is a place of love and light. Not only will it allow for a beautiful childhood, but it will inform the memories your children craft during this time. They’ll cherish this for the rest of their life, so it could be considered quite important to get this right. Obviously, trying to forcefully inject memories can be unnatural and quite strange, so instead simply keeping your home as wonderful and beautiful as possible can help them understand they are loved, and allow for better personal development as they grow into adults.
Debt is sometimes inevitable. I have had my share of experiences and what matters is how you handle the situation. Do you have any outstanding debts that are weighing you down such that you don’t know if you should save or pay up? The fantastic news is that it is possible to save even when you are in debt. Unbelievable, right? Well, stick around to find out some of the incredible ways.
I had to laugh when I read online today, the article in the Daily Mail that Mummy bloggers are talking about and responding to and yes in true blogger network form, I have jumped on the band wagon. But only in as much to say “so blinking what?“… I did like the reference to Gin Lane though.
My little lady is 5. I no longer have babies in my household. I have small children. Small children that are going on tiny grown ups. Isla is not only looking older and just beautiful (biased I know) but she is acting older too. She has lots of emotions at the moment, but on the whole she is polite, kind and very cuddly.
No, I am not just talking about the fact my hair looked good, so I needed to capture that in a photo. I am talking about the recent decisions I have been making that effect my family and my work, being a working mum you have to consider the balance on both sides. Recently there has been an equal balance of work and family, but nothing left for myself and so I had to do something.
Planning a family vacation can be quite the process, especially if you are trying to please and entertain multiple kids. One destination that is filled with activities for all ages is Niagara Falls, Canada. We often think of it for its beauty, but many people aren’t aware of the sheer volume of family-friendly activities and attractions there are!
Welcome back to #SilentSunday, 12 June 2016, first week of the last term of school, how has it gone so quickly? Thank you for all of your photo posts last week, my favourite is Are we nearly there yet? with the photo of the sorting hat from Harry Potter, mystical. Don’t forget to grab the badge, this links back to the original post.
Welcome back to #SilentSunday, 5 June 2016, the end of a fabulous half term week away in sunny Wales. Thank you for all of your photo posts last week, my favourite is from PODcast, I love the lollipop shot. Don’t forget to grab the badge, this links back to the original post.