avoiding the chaos main

Over the last week or two I have been working on creating a solid base of organisation to avoid chaos! The next month holds lots of activities both personally and work wise: Mr I’s football finals. Problogger Training Event – I curate the content for this event and will be moderating two panels. Lucky for […]

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kids chores evening main

This is the third post in a series on kids’ chores. We break the kids’ chores up into times across the day as follows: Kids Chores – What My Kids Do In The Morning Kids Chores – What My Kids Do In The Afternoon And today I will share what they need to do in […]

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kids chores - after school main

To answer a question from a reader recently I shared the the table of my kids’ chores on my Facebook Page. It received a great response and also requests for similar tables for the other chores our kids do. Today I am sharing the kids chores which they need to do after school and before […]

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keep-calm-and-talk-quietly-500

In my post Stop, Look, Listen and Reflect – Mid Year Review I noted that I had been assessing how all aspects of my life are going: How am I feeling about myself? How am I feeling about my relationship with my kids? How am I feeling about my relationship with my husband? How am […]

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Back in February I published a number of posts on de-cluttering. Much of which was based on fabulous ideas from readers and today’s post on de-cluttering is also from a lovely reader and someone who I also know away from the internet. Jodie brings a great perspective to this topic as her family set up […]

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decluttering hotspots around the house

I have been talking a bit about decluttering both here on the blog and in the Planning With Kids Newsletter. In the February newsletter I set myself the challenge to declutter these hot spots around the house: My cook books and foodie magazines The baking section of the pantry My everyday bag The kids’ games […]

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