We are all busy. Running around, from here to there trying to get a million things done. All this running around takes its toll, and throw in some stress, and our skin starts to look not as crash hot as it should. Plus we’re tired and probably don’t look after ourselves as well as we should, right?
Like most parents, we probably don’t have the elaborate skin routine that we should have. If I remember to exfoliate my face when I’m in the shower, it’s likely to be a blue moon. And changing over the blade in my razor? Pfff. Disposable razors last for six months, don’t they?
Well, I recently discovered a fab little skin product that has made a difference. And even better – it is Aussie made🙂 Continue reading
I love the idea of Christmas traditions. Something you get to look forward to each year and to enjoy as a family.
But I find by the end of the year, everyone is so exhausted, I don’t want to make plans for huge, amazing things as I know we’ll all just be a) too tired b) too busy, or c) don’t care because of a) and b). But there are a few things we have managed to start and continue as a family tradition. Continue reading
It’s been a while since I sat down at my laptop and tapped away. “Therapeutic typing” is how I referred to blogging. Some moments of time snatched away from the everyday stuff that always needs to be done, and refocused on me.
Maybe that’s where I have gone wrong. Not focusing on me. Continue reading
I’m exhausted. I’ve been running on fumes for months.
I’m burnt out and fed up.
I need a break.
And somehow, the kids just know I’m at breaking point… Continue reading
Spring is nearly here. I always get a bit restless this time of year. After being indoors for most of the winter, I always feel the need to clear and clean everything when spring hits.
If you’re after some inspiration for spring cleaning, try some (or all) of these! Continue reading
Remember those days before kids? When you either made fabulous, exciting plans to go places, do things, or do absolutely fuck all – because you could.
My, how life changes after kids. Continue reading
Our toddler has started a wonderful phase that I call Jekyll and Hyde syndrome. He can be full of smiles and laughter one moment, and the next, he hates everything and just runs around the house yelling. Delightful, really. Continue reading