There are many occasions throughout the year that we get to receive gifts: Christmas, anniversaries, birthdays and Mother’s Day. A day of gift-giving is something everyone looks forward to and if you’re a mom, your birthday and Mother’s Day are especially great, as the day is all about you! Most of the time, a handmade card and gift are enough to raise the spirits of anyone, but sometimes the thought of a more meaningful gift is appreciated.
When people ask me for advice on something, I try to be as thoughtful as possible before I give my answer, no matter how small it is. If I was to give advice to my children about something much more important, like how to live life, well, I have thought long and hard about this for a lot longer, because we all want our kids to live their lives to the fullest. So if I ever need to give definite advice to one of my kids, here’s what I will say… Read More
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The period after Christmas and before spring begins often tends to feel a little bleak. Temperatures are still cold, the nights and mornings are still depressingly dark, and you don’t even have any Christmas presents to look forward to. It’s easy to let yourself and your family fall into a gloomy slump – but there are ways that you can get outdoors with your family, even in the winter…
Nobody’s pretending that family life isn’t hectic. Running round after children while trying to make a living, enjoy things you love, and maintain a loving relationship with your husband can feel like a lot to juggle. It’s important that you find times to relax as a family and alone. Relaxation time gives everyone a chance to unwind, catch up with each other, and form stronger family bonds. Here are some simple things you can implement in your family home and routine to aid relaxation.