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10 time saving tips for busy mums

10 time saving tips for busy mums

Here are 10 golden tips to give you more time as a mum! Yes, you read it right. Even if you do a few of these 10 things, you will have more time in your week to do what you WANT to do. With your extra time, you might have a pedicure, hang out with the… Continue Reading

How to help your child build emotional intelligence

How to help your child build emotional intelligence

You have probably heard the term ’emotional intelligence’ many times but what exactly is it? And why is it important for kids to develop their emotional intelligence? Emotional intelligence, or emotional quotient (EQ) is a person’s ability to identify, evaluate, control and express emotions. It helps us communicate with others, negotiate situations and develop clear thought patterns. People… Continue Reading

Travel with kids: 5 things to do in Rockhampton

Travel with kids: 5 things to do in Rockhampton

What a brilliant area to explore with kids! From caves, to beaches, to crocodiles – there is so much to see and do for young families on holidays. This year for our summer holiday, my husband and I decided to stay in Australia with our three kids aged 9, 8 and 5 and do a driving… Continue Reading

Sibling rivalry: a new experiment

Sibling rivalry: a new experiment

When I thought it was a good idea to have three kids in four years, it never crossed my mind that I would spend up to 80 % of my days sometimes dealing with sibling rivalry. My kids fight. They just do. They don’t get physical and I am not concerned they will actually inflict… Continue Reading

Christmas won’t be the same this year

Christmas won’t be the same this year

My 9 year old daughter told me gently a few months ago while I was sweeping the back path – thankfully out of earshot of my other children – ‘I know Santa isn’t real Mum and I am OK about it.’ I wasn’t expecting it right then, right at the very moment and I reeled… Continue Reading