We recently looked at how to better focus on tasks which need our complete attention to get the results we want, but when we look at Focus in a more general sense, life gets a bit more interesting. The world is a mass of stimuli and we, as humans, can not take it all in, so our brains filter a lot of it out. This is normal and how we
Relationships are hard, when the honeymoon period ends they can get complicated and confusing. And when you add children into the mix it is easy for the relationship to start to spiral downhill into resentment, anger and daily frustration. However, there are a few simple rules which anyone can follow to get their relationship back on track, rebuild the connection and rekindle the love. These rules may be simple, but
With Spring and Summer on the way, who is starting to worry about how much holidays, family outings and summer activities are going to cost? If so, you're not alone. But simply budgeting and trying to plan for the individual expenses which arise may work in the short term and get you on holiday, but it won't change your Money Mindset for yours - and your family's - financial future.
As mothers, we seem to spend our lives juggling tasks and trying to keep all the balls in the air without anything hitting the ground. Why do we do this? What do we want? Wouldn't we all love to live a life of calm, where things just work and tasks get done without the constant worry, nagging and feeling of overwhelm? If this sounds like you, then read on for
As a mum, often the household finances fall, at least partly, on our shoulders. We have no end of stuff to organise and budgets to keep to. There is a multitude of things pay for to keep our kids fed and clothed, money saved for holidays and Christmas and the household simply running. But how can we get more from our money? Here are my 3 simple steps to financial