Stay Organised

Some might say that I have a rather hectic life... with four businesses to run, a blog to keep on top of, vlogs to record and edit, a family to feed, a home to clean and a social life to arrange, it's easy to sometimes let things slip. And that is why I follow some... Continue Reading →

When life hands you a wobble, just crack on.

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com   We've all been there, life is going along swimmingly, you're juggling all of your eggs, they're all lined up in their baskets, then suddenly there's a tiny little shift and an egg starts to wobble, maybe it rolls to the edge of the table... Of course, you start to... Continue Reading →

Do you WANT goals?

Photo by Breakingpic on Pexels.com Or do you just want to live your life?   Everywhere I look these days it's all, #goals what are your goals? Set your goals! Achieve your goals! Live your dreams! Dreams! Goals! Dreams! Goals! Argh!   Now, while I love how positive this is and I think it is... Continue Reading →

How do you invest in yourself?

      "You can't pour from an empty cup", basically you need to fill the cup up to be able to pour from it. The same goes for you. If you're emotionally, physically, mentally, spiritually, spent then you have nothing left to give and this will leave you feeling deflated. This is why you... Continue Reading →

Just jump, don’t wait to be pushed

  I double dare you What is actually stopping you from doing that thing that you want to do? The big thing or the little thing. Do you want a promotion, a pay rise? Are you scared to send that text, email, make that phone call because you think the answer will be no? So... Continue Reading →

House to Home

Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com     I guarantee that there are at least 10 things in your home right now that you could discard, that you don't use, you don't like or has been sat in a cupboard for so long you'd forgotten you had and you've not even missed it. Why are you... Continue Reading →

Time.

  As you might be aware I recently published my first book - From flat-out to focused. This was, of  course, an enormous achievement for me and something I am happy to tick off of my goals list. Since publishing the book I have had several people ask me how I had time to write it.... Continue Reading →

My teenager and money

A few days ago I posted about my son and his financial knowledge. I included a diagram of my bank account activity and promised to enlighten you all with a follow-up regarding his insight and opinion... First and foremost I managed to coax him out of his room with promises of hot chocolate and pieces of... Continue Reading →

Does your teenager know the real value of money?

I spoke to my 13-year-old son the other day about learning the value of money. My Dad used to say this to me when I was younger every time I asked for some money for the shop and I always thought "Well, I know the value of money" whilst looking down in to my hand.... Continue Reading →

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