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.
I started off with this title as a “bloggers sleeping habits”, but then quickly changed it. I am very sure a parenting bloggers sleeping habits are completely different to those bloggers who do not have children, or at the very least younger children. My sleeping habits have changed drastically over the years too, as the children have grown up and developed. So what is it like to be a parenting blogger and how much sleep do we actually get?