About meHi, I’m Rebecca! If you’ve made it this far on to my site, then it’s safe to assume you’re just like me - A busy mumma who wants to live a more natural, yet organised life. I want to show you how I've managed to incorporate a natural and more simple life while living a fast-paced life, so you don't have to learn the hard way like I did.
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Choosing childcare is a dilemma for every working parent. What kind of care is best for your child? What educational benefits are important to you? Can your family afford to utilise traditional childcare? With so many questions to answer, how do you start looking for the best childcare provider so you can return to work with a sound mind that your child is happy?
In an age of technology, TV and iPads have become the norm in entertaining kids. But how do you encourage screen-free activities to promote imaginative play and reduce reliance on screens for entertainment?
Bringing a newborn home is both one of the most amazing things and daunting things you’ll do in your life. While you’re worried about how you are going to go with feeding, sleeping patterns and how a baby will impact your life after you leave the hospital, the hospital bag essentials for your baby is the last thing you need to worry about.
Do you start the day rushed and chaotic? An efficient morning routine is ESSENTIAL to calm day for working parents. Here’s how I manage a smooth morning.
After decluttering your home you might be thinking how else you can simplify your life So what’s next to maintain the momentum of decluttering your mind and simplifying your life? Maintaining the home after the declutter and decluttering your finances.
For the last couple months, ‘minimalism’ has grown exponentially. It’s all over Pinterest, Instagram, blogs. If your office desk has more than an all-in-one computer then you’re not succeeding as a minimalist. But, as busy working parents, ditching minimalism might be the way to save your sanity.
If you’re only just getting into essential oils, you can get a sense of overwhelm about which oils to use.
I ended up purchasing a kit that had 32 types because I had #fomo (Fear Of Missing Out, for those who don’t speak hashtag slang) and thought I would like to have the most common oils on hand for whatever I needed.