If you are not someone who has ever enjoyed exercise, I completely understand that you may wonder how this could possibly improve your happiness, but research has proven that individuals who work out once a week or for as little as 10 minutes a day tend to be happier and more cheerful than those who don’t exercise. It’s science!
Are you Jeopardizing your own success in life? Most of the time we are self sabotaging without even knowing it. To achieve success we must first ensure we are not creating the road blocks preventing us from achieving our goals. Here are a few common mistakes we make that jeopardize our dreams.
Whether it's in the evening after the kids have gone to bed, while they are at grannies, or simply having a nap, alone time is a rare but precious commodity. We all love our children but we all deserve….fuck that…NEEEEED some time to ourselves to be the best we can be for our kids. I used to feel guilty when I looked forward to my alone time but I have come to learn that it is best for everyone in my home that Mummy gets to watch GOT with a glass of wine.
The most stressed I ever felt as a mum was in the morning before a day at work. The first couple of back were a shit storm to be honest. Everything was a rush, I was late at least half the time and I was returning to house of horrors in the evening. So, I took a deep breath, read some blogs on being an organised mummy and decided to get my shit together. Below is a breakdown of my typical morning routine to get us all up and out the house on a working day.
If you are in a relationship but you miss your single life, or worse, carry on like you are still single, then it’s a good indication you need to take a step back and take a closer look at yourself and your relationship.
There is not one human on the planet who can say they have never experienced a feeling of apprehension or anxiety, generally characterised as being nervous. All types of social situations, people and new experiences can all create that jittery, uneasy feeling that sometimes can almost make your stomach turn.
It is not normally advised to flee from any situation. It is a sign of weakness, a sign of giving up and in many circumstances the worst way to deal with the issue. No one will advise running from your life responsibilities or running from your problems, it is always best to deal with things HEAD ON. However, I have learnt over the years that there are times you can and SHOULD make a polite exit and avoid if at all possible. Below are 5 of the things you should 'Cut and Run':