As I write this my son's at Playschool. I'm sat here with a cuppa and cheeky piece of chocolate cake and actually getting time to sit and write, something I love and I'll be honest, I feel energised. Getting time to myself isn't something I have a lot of chance to do and yet I'm starting to realise just how important it is.
Are you desperate for more sleep and searching for ways to encourage your baby to sleep through the night? If you've read my last post and established your bedtime routine you'll be ready to instigate the training during the night. If you missed the last post you can <a title="Helping Your Baby Sleep Through – Part 1" ...
Are you desperate for more sleep and searching for ways to encourage your baby to sleep through the night? Searching the web or bookstores you'll find countless suggestions as to what works best. But if you don't have time or energy to read through long articles or lengthy books, check out what worked wonders for us.
This week I'm taking part in a blog hop where myself and other bloggers get to share 10 random facts about ourselves that you may not know. It's a been great getting to know other bloggers and reading their incredible posts so please join me in checking theirs out.
Are you fed up of feeling tired, constantly lacking in energy and in need of a lift? You're not alone! There's no doubt being a mummy can be exhausting. We need to get creative in maximising our energy levels. Here's my story of how I went from exhausted to energised within a week:
Being a Mummy can be expensive, and those little treats like the odd coffee in town, or the usual baby groups, or snacks for our little ones, can suddenly all mount up. If you're like me, you might be trying to fit in lots of fun activities with your child whilst also sticking to a very tight budget. Here's my tips on how to save those pennies:
Do you ever make time to reflect? To stop and think about the year you've had. The pitfalls, the successes, the lessons learnt? It can be easy just to get caught up in life, the busyness, the stresses and the joys that we can just get carried along, without giving much thought to where we've come from or more importantly, where we're going. But if we ever want to achieve our goals, ...
About a year ago I started feeling extremely tired, more than that, exhausted. My son was sleeping brilliantly and had been for months, but I felt exhausted. I would sleep well and wake up tired. I would do things in the day and by the time I got home at lunchtime to put Jonas down for his nap, I would struggle to muster up the energy to walk up the stairs, let alone do any of the chores I needed ...
Does your toddler wake up too early in the morning? Would you like them to sleep in an extra hour, or maybe two? Well, read on... here's how we got Jonas to sleep in until somewhere between 7:30 - 9am every day.
For all those mummies out there that are feeling exhausted, overwhelmed and stuck forever, I know only too well how you are feeling but you need to know one thing, it's a phase, and IT WILL PASS!