I’m having a crap day.
That wasn’t how I was planning on starting this blog. But I am.
We’re trying to find a new rental to move into, and keep missing out. Lottie did a lovely “code brown” in her pants just as we got to our morning activity, and both girls are a little under the weather, so we all had a good cry in the car on the way home.
I know in the scheme of things that doesn’t all seem that bad, but today, for me, it’s crap.
Which made me think even more about this blog. Some days we feel like we are totally winning! On Sunday, I took the family with me on a blog shoot and it felt like a real #mumaboss moment!
But some days you don’t feel like you’re winning (like today for me *insert crying emoji…
We all lead crazy/busy lives, so having a few tricks up our sleeve to help us get through the day is important (like packing an Anchor Protein+ flavoured milk in the nappy bag, to give me that extra kick of energy I need sometimes).
I’m a fan of making ALL areas of our life easier, so this blog gives you a few #mumlife hacks, and if you are after some PREGNANCY STYLE hacks, read this post, or if you want to read about some of my favourite STYLE LESSONS to make your everyday style easier, have a read of this blog.
So for all those days that you feel like life is falling down (or feels like it’s teetering) here are some quick life hacks that have been getting me through this crazy time of life.
Making the most of the limited time you have to yourself is the name of the game, whether you’re a mumma or not. Having a few little tricks up your sleeve, can really take the pressure off daily life… and trust me, I know. I’m having one of those days today.
I hope this helps you get through one of those days yourself!
Until Next Time, In Love & Style Always,
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