As a busy mum, it is easy to get sucked into the Daily Grind. We seem to spend our day sprinting from task to task, trying to juggle the kids/work/house and simply feeling like we're drowning in a tidal wave of looking after everyone else and trying to get everything done... Oh and then trying to 'appreciate it' and 'treasure each moment' all at the same time. So
For me, when we talk about managing our time, everything gets a little confused. Time is simply time, it comes, it goes and there is nothing we can do about it, so the term 'time management' is actually a cruel illusion. When we start to have thoughts such as 'Why is there never enough time?' or "Why can I never find the time to do something for myself?
One of the most common mistakes people make when trying to get motivated is setting the wrong goals. But setting goals in a way that gets you motivated, keeps you on track and gets you want most is easier than you think! We all love the idea of change for a better future, whether that is getting thinner, getting successful, getting rich, getting our marriage back on track, getting organised,
Being a Life and Mindset Coach specifically for Mums, the one thing I hear about the most is the frustration of trying to keep calm when our world is chaos. In the days where mums are expected to do it all, we get less support, careers to progress, homes to run, appointments to make and everyone else to keep happy. In a world where equality is everything, motherhood - compared
We've all heard of the dreaded Mummy-Guilt, and it seems to be part and parcel of being a mum in todays world of being busy and kid chaos. But does it need to be?You may have thought that being a mum means accepting that you're going to feel guilty about taking time for yourself / juggling your housework / juggling your other children / juggling your husband / spending your hard-earned cash.... but