Being organised or not can be a hot topic. I personally think being organised does not make the best dinner party conversation. Why? Opinions and standards vary – and so they should! It is your life journey, including your upbringing, which gets you to the place you are now in relation to belongings and to being organised. On top of that circumstances do change: share houses, moving in together, babies, teens, ageing parents – and with all of that expectations […]
Now that we are at the tail end of the summer school holidays (as you might have guessed by the amount of sibling fighting going on in your house), here are a couple of tips I have found helpful over the school years with my three boys:
Every object you own is an item on your to-do-list… … that is, unless you are completely comfortable living amongst clutter, and aren’t troubled by being late, missing appointments or paying extra fees. But most people aren’t comfortable with this “too much” situation – not in our social environment.
We hope these hacks help you enjoy a happier family life and to have less mess in your home! by Helena Tosello I fully admit that if given the chance I would choose not to do most of the everyday tasks that come with being a mother. You know the things I mean. Craft. Helping with science projects. Keeping track of everyone’s vaccinations, eye and dental check-ups. Easter hat parades. Book week costumes. Other kids’ birthday parties. Craft.