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The journey to intentional living doesn’t happen by accident. It requires YOU to make some changes if you aren’t already there.
But it doesn’t have to be unattainable. Start by simplifying the key areas of your life with this FREE workbook designed by busy parents, for busy parents.
This Simplify Your Life workbook helps you start simplifying your life so less of your mental energy is focused on the things that weigh you down, like maintaining your home, budgeting for family purchases or your finances.
These are proven systems that I have used and still use to make sure my life is as simple as possible, leaving me more time to focus on the things I love doing… spending time with my family.
Have you ever met someone that was barely halfway through pregnancy and they were so matter-of-fact about how things would go for them as a new parent? And you’re thinking ‘Oh you sweet thing… you have no idea that your expectations will fly right out the window the minute that kid comes into the world’.
As a first time mum who was fortunate to receive A LOT of hand-me-down baby items (my aunt’s third child is 11 months older than my daughter) and a lot of advice (sometimes conflicting) from maternal influences, friends and Facebook parenting groups, it was hard to know what baby items were essential to making life easier as a parent.
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?
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.
Hosting Christmas for your family doesn’t have to be stressful or break the bank. See my 5 tricks for hosting an affordable and stress-free Christmas