Health, Self-Care

Preparing To Make A Life Change For Good

Life doesn’t come with an instruction manual. While the majority of us learn how to live and behave via our parents, it’s often not the case that we are given a complete and total understanding of how to manage ourselves. This might mean managing our stress, what to do in times of trouble as well as times of good. We aren’t taught the intricacies of managing our energy, working hard towards a goal or generally what to do when things are going right. All of this must be experienced ourselves at a personal level, which is actually for the best. Learning how to do something yourself is often much more instructive than any other way of doing things.

However, there are times when we might fall in our daily efforts. It can be easy to slip up after difficult circumstances arise. You might fall into an addiction or vice that only seems to get stronger as you give into it. This can be extremely troubling for anyone, and so it pays to understand how to get out of it.

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Safety First: Making Your Home A Family Haven

As a busy parent; you’ll already understand how much hard work goes into looking after your little ones and your family. It’s a 24/7 job, and even though it will bring you plenty of joy and rewards; it can also be challenging at times. Staying in a routine and running a hectic household isn’t easy, so it’s vital that your home feels like a safe haven for everyone who lives there. You’ll have enough on your plate, making sure that everyone is fed, looked-after, and happy (most of the time), without adding any extra worry about safety into the mix. Therefore, it’s worth taking some time out with your partner to evaluate your home as a whole and ensure that it’s safe in all areas. Investing in the right actions and items for home safety will give you peace of mind, and will be one less thing to lose sleep over.

Whether your home is a period property or a brand new build; there are a variety of aspects that can become a danger to your family, especially curious little members of it. Kids are going to disobey you every now and again, and test the boundaries; therefore, you need to make sure that those boundaries are secure and safe. You’ll have worked hard for all you have, and the contents of your home, so, you’ll want to keep your belongings and valuables safe too and prevent any damage. It’s time get a notebook and pen ready to write some detailed lists and figure out the changes, investments, and upgrades that your house needs to provide a haven, where you don’t have to worry (well, the majority of the time). The following are some ideas, inspiration, and advice for parents who want to upgrade their safety tactics so that everyone can feel secure once the front door is closed.

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5 Chores All Moms Hate!

There is not one person out there who looks around their home and doesn’t feel a sense of pride when the whole place is sparkling. When you’re a parent, the home that is clean is a home that is RARE! It’s not that parents are lazy or won’t clean, it’s just that finding the time among everything else to get elbow deep into the house and scrub it from top to bottom is about the rarest thing that any parent can find. Here’s the thing though: parent or not, we all love a clean house…we just don’t like the actual act of getting it in that spotless state in the first place!

Finding the time to get connected with your house may not be the easiest thing to do, but it is something that we all have to do if we don’t want to live in a cesspit. A lot of parents pay out for the big chores, like window cleaning or carpet cleaning, to be done by a professional service rather than having to do them on their own. It’s one of those things, though, that we all have chores in our lives that we would really rather not do. In an ideal world, we’d all pay for cleaners to take over and keep our houses for us. Unfortunately, this isn’t always possible in the real world! With that in mind, below are five chores that all Mom’s out there detest doing. Have a read and see whether your most hated household job is listed!

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Creating a Backyard Your Kids Will Enjoy

If you have a toddler or even younger children then you will know what an incredible sight it is to watch them make their way through the world. Every time they pick up something they learn something new, and it is your job to make sure that they have as much exposure as possible. If you struggle to get out of the house or if you find it hard to find activities for them to do then it is more than possible for you to make something in your own garden.

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Family, Parenting, Self-Care

Why Sustainable Living Makes For Healthier Living

As a responsible parent, it’s only natural that you want your little ones to grow up in the healthiest, most comfortable and most pleasant home they can. You want your offspring to have the best childhood full of happy memories, plenty of opportunities to experience the outdoors and quality family time. When you commit to having a greener and more eco-friendly home, you are not only providing the opportunity to teach your kids about the environment and their responsibility towards the planet, you are also providing them with a healthier environment in which to thrive. Take a look at why sustainable living makes for healthier living.

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