If you ever have to create a science experiment for children I suggest growing beans. They're incredibly fast growing, like super fast, so the results are great. The same goes for growing humans, if you want to see one grow quickly, get yourself a baby and then blink. One minute they're just a nuggety lump … Continue reading Growing Beans
So you are going to marry a school teacher? Just because you went to school doesn't mean you really understand what the love of your life does every day when they go to work. Here's some helpful points for you to understand before you take the plunge... Holidays (part 1)- This has to be number one … Continue reading So You Are Going to Marry a School Teacher?
I've always loved live music, there's nothing quite like it in my opinion. In my late teens and early twenties I'd frequent live gigs and paid out huge amounts of money for tickets I couldn't really afford to see bands I loved, I liked, and some I'd never heard of. It's a time of my life … Continue reading Gigs to Giggles and Back Again
It's supposed to be something nice to do at this time of year, writing Christmas cards with small children to give to their equally small friends to wish their little selves all the best for the festive season, yet my inner voice is screaming "abort! abort!" within seconds of the boring task. It's taboo, I … Continue reading Christmas Cards and Children Don’t Mix
A few years ago I was in a bad relationship that I couldn't see out of, a relationship with Busy. Busy is the perfect partner for a potential Supermum, the finest multitasker and juggler there is. I absolutely thought it was my mission to fill my life with as much as I could, I was on … Continue reading Busy Getting Bonkers
I vowed that 2016 would be my year of balance, and I've made some leaps and bounds in some areas and baby steps in others. I've stuck to my plans and my determination to make small achievable changes has definitely helped to find some balance in my life. There's just one area that I can't seem … Continue reading Working On Balance
I loved Christmas as a child, it was the most magical time of the year. The lights, the smell of the tree, the decorations that we used again and again every year. It was all the traditions our family had and the build up to such a special day. In Australia we have Christmas Beetles … Continue reading It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like September
I once heard a wise man say something along the lines of, "sometimes God gives you little hints in life. If you're not listening sometimes he'll give you a tap on the shoulder". This struck a chord with me, even if that wise man was Dr Phil, there was something that made me stand to … Continue reading The Hint Dropping Begins