I had every intention to writing a post this past weekend, yet it just never came to me.There have been a few things going on, but I'll share that in a post another time. I've just been enjoying spending more time with the kiddos than I would have if I was working.It's funny because for … Continue reading Lately.
We got a new table and chair set after a couple of chairs had broken from our kitchen set. It was from Pat's grandmother and I believe it was almost 50 years old. It's definitely served it's purpose. During quarantine, the kitchen table had become the hot spot for a million activities, including homeschooling.It was … Continue reading New Addition.
I have to admit while I was finding my groove before with being at home, for some reason I have fallen off this weekend [and the past few days]. I just haven't had the motivation at night to work on my [entire] night routine. Instead, I've been focusing on making to-do lists first thing in … Continue reading Weekend Recap.
This week I experienced burnout; again. I experienced burnout last September going through all the motions with my husband. This time, it was between being down, lack of sleep, over caffeinating and working out too hard when I shouldn't have. Yes even I, the fitness instructor, am human. I took off this week from my … Continue reading Burnout.
I recently finished my first book of 2020, 'Stillness Is The Key.' Really good, but definitely not a light read [to me]. There were many pages that I had to reread but all in all, it was a fantastic book about becoming more "still." It takes ideologies from Stoicism and Buddhism and put it into … Continue reading Getting It Together.
Just as with most things in life, decluttering is NOT a destination, it's a journey. Just because you declutter once, doesn't mean that is the end. You have to continue on with the process and be more mindful of the items that enter your home. Even though I had decluttered the kitchen earlier this year, … Continue reading Decluttering for the Holidays
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]
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.