The problem with taking a break is exactly what it means – breaking habits. It is hard to keep habits when taking breaks – but should you really?
As Baby S is back on antibiotics, my world stops spinning. I can’t think of nothing else. It would not be honest of me to do that.
I have started gratitudes over a year ago and the difference is visible. I am sharing my personal benefits of gratitude, and how I implemented it in my life
Over the last year I have realized how a working mother’s average physical health can have a strong impact on my mental health. They are intertwined.
Decluttering is the first step for growth. Decluttering from stuff, people or goals has allowed me to make space for opportunity and growth.
During therapy I realized how much the word should hung over me. I did not say it out loud, but it was part of every sentence in my head. The only thing I really should, is to be kind to myself.
or fifteen years (yes, one-five) I have been commuting from Kensington to Canary Wharf. My commute has changed materially over the years and is now productive and helping me with the start and the end of the day. I even miss it sometimes.
The closing of a month is becoming a cherished ritual for me. As the Bullet Journal becomes such an important part of my life, I am sharing some tips on steps to take each month #productivity #timemanagement #goals #performance
Guilt is not a thing of the past. No matter how much men lean in, women emancipate, different models of marriage appear, guilt is permanent.
It is only when they truly lean in some tasks that are truly indifferent to be done by men or women that then we will have equal opportunities to spend time doing what we love – whether that includes the kids or not.