Oozing confidence is not something that’s easy to do. In fact, some of us feel as though there isn’t even the slightest bit of confidence to ooze out of us. Because the truth us, confidence is something you have to gain through life.
In support of Children’s Mental Health Week (3-9 February 2020), the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust, a charity working to equip young people with the skills to look after their mental wellbeing, has shared its top tips for encouraging your family to become more active and to experience the benefits of exercise for mental wellbeing.
As a society, we have grown to see Monday’s as the evil day that marks the beginning of a long workweek. But why is that? Is it because we have been conditioned to look at them in that manner or is it because they are really that awful?
Hundreds of years ago, Buddha called the mind a ‘monkey mind’- always jumping around from one thought to another. Restless….
Bullet journaling is a trending organisation system that’s used by students, parents, and anyone who wants to plan more effectively. There are many ways to bullet journal, but the classic technique is to simply create a shorthand key and make to-do lists.
Many people have started to focus on choosing a word of the year instead of making New Year’s resolutions. This is a great way to place focus on an area that you’d like to build upon this New Year, without the pressure of trying to achieve some goal you might not achieve. Today I’m sharing some tips to help you determine what your word of the year will be.
If you are anything like us, you are probably not very good at doing this. All of your time and energy goes into looking after your family, your work commitments, supporting your friends and running your home, which then leaves very little leftover for you. We repeatedly put ourselves to the bottom of the pile, and yet we know that this makes absolutely no sense to do.
To celebrate the end of the summer holidays as well as surviving the long days full of adventure with the children. Rabot 1745 Beauty kindly contacted me to send me over an ultimate summer survival pack. However, life was hideously busy in September that I’ve been utilising it as a welcome to the autumn survival pack. Something to perk me up on the dark mornings and evenings. Ensuring that I’m pampered and ready for the children’s birthday month in November, before tackling all things festive in December.
It’s a little harder to take care of your family’s health if you’re living on a budget, however. Luckily, there are still things you can do that will keep your family healthy and even allow you to spend some quality time together while you’re doing it.
Raising children comes with its fair share of impressive moments, such as your child taking his or her first step, and some not-so-impressive moments, like using crayons to scribble on your white living room walls. But in the end, as a parent, your main goals include keeping your child safe, hearing them giggle, and watching them grow up to be prospering adults.