Since focusing more on my nightly self care habits after the kids have gone to bed, I've developed somewhat of a "night time" routine. Here’s what my current solo nighttime routine looks like with three kids: 6:00: Clean the kitchen up post dinner and give the kids some milk.At this moment, the kids do their own thing. … Continue reading Nighttime Routine [w/ 3 Kids]
I will admit I did buy a few "extra" things aside from Halloween items for next year and a few Christmas items for my kiddos. Technically, it wasn't November 4th yet, so I'm off the hook. 😉 I have been looking for new throw pillows for the bed for quite sometime. Naturally, when I spotted … Continue reading Waiting It Out.
Cleaver title huh? Starting Monday, I will be doing a "No Spend Month." for the month of November. If you are unfamiliar with a "No Spend Month (or NSP for short)," you can check out my previous blog post HERE.Basically a NSP is where you only spend on the essentials (food, utilities and other bills) … Continue reading “NoSpendVember.”
“If you're always racing to the next moment, what happens to the one you're in? Slow down and enjoy the moment you're in and live your life to the fullest.” ― Nanette Mathews A month into my "new" self care habits and I can already see [and feel] the difference.I first started focusing on a … Continue reading Slowing Down.
Lately, I've been having such smooth flowing mornings.Once school started for my preschooler, I wanted to nail down a calm, yet productive morning routine. This routine is just a jist of what usually happens on my "full" solo days with the kids. Wake up times can vary (especially depending on nap times the day before) … Continue reading My Morning Routine [w/ 3 Kids]
Fall is simply the best. Feeling cozy in a sweater with warm oatmeal, Fall decor, pumpkin spice coffee, pumpkin candles and pretty much pumpkin anything.Today, I am sharing my Fall wardrobe collection, just as I did my summer wardrobe breakdown a few months ago. These boots I just have to share first. I got them … Continue reading Fall Wardrobe.
Fall, my favorite time of year. I may have mentioned it a hundred few times already. This year, I found that my fall decor was even less than it was last year.Marie Kondo's book was the first book I read on decluttering. The whole idea of "if it sparks joy" resignated with me, especially when … Continue reading Minimalist Fall Decor.
In my previous post, I wrote about how I was refocusing prioritizing myself. As a mom, I tend to focus so much attention on the kids and being a homemaker. While this isn't necessarily a bad thing, I realized I need to make myself happy to, as an individual.While I do a good chunk of … Continue reading Self Care.
This week has been yet another roller coaster of emotions. But I've tried to stay consistent with fitness and eating healthy since I know when I am active and nourished well, my mind is more calm.I try to implement a two day max rule; if I go with more than two days without working out, … Continue reading Consistency.
This week, my mood got a little better. So did my energy. It was just too hot and muggy last week. I meant to do a recap of week four of our "no spend month," but I just didn't have the energy. Between prepping for my daughter's birthday party and a mini trip, not to mention … Continue reading No Spend Month Recap.