Welcome to our October Blog Carnival! Thanks everyone for participating!
Sit back, grab a cuppa and enjoy this month’s interesting posts.
My daughter may not grow up with the same cultural experiences as I did in the Philippines, but she will be a multicultural girl.
Here are the 5 things k regret doing since I had my children.
1 in 3 women will experience anxiety. I talk about my experience and how asking for help was the best thing I did.
Day 6 of 31 days of childhood portraits. A swimming day!
Today marks four months since my grandmother, Brownie, made her graceful exit. Even though loss isn’t new to me, I’m struggling with how disorientating and unpredictable grief can be.
A funny look at the trials and tribulations of starting a blog when you are not tech savvy.
Research shows that people who practice gratitude on a regular basis are happier, more resilient, compassionate & kind. In fact, gratitude is the strongest predictor of happiness & good mental health.
Does the thought of sitting down and writing out a menu plan fill you with dread? Learn how to backwards menu plan to get dinner on the table without the stress.
The definition of ‘stroke’ (National Stroke Week 2015) by Emily at emhawkerblog. Follow Emily: Twitter Facebook.
It was National Stroke Week recently. But what does stroke mean? What are the signs? What can you do? Some definitions, some thoughts, and my personal experience with stroke.
I had the opportunity to travel New Zealand’s South Island as a travel photographer. I share my experience, a few tips and some of my photos in this post.
Here are some tips to help you find an extra 30 hours a month! You can insource, outsource, streamline and do many things to give yourself time to take care of you!
I’ve gone from homeless to CEO but still choose to live a frugal life. There are so many ways to save money and enjoy life without financial pressures. Here is everything we do.
How far will you go to pay off debt? 10 tips to help you by Kylie Travers at Aspiring Millionaire. Follow Kylie: Facebook.
How far will you go to pay off debt? You needn’t sell off everything you own, instead try these 10 tips to get ahead, clear your debt and live a better life.
I have a few issues about public toilets. I don’t think I am alone but needed a rant – so I chucked an online tanty!
A devastating account of my very negative experience of the Wubble.
Men want to be strong, we try to be strong, we are told to be strong. But I don’t know what it is to be strong.
A few tips on preparing your child for anaesthesia.
I’ve been reading up on toddler discipline. Here is the best piece of advice I’ve found so far.
Life has been crazy for so many of us lately and it’s only going to get more insane as the silly season approaches so I’m making an effort to bring back the simple things that make me the happiest. They may make you happy too.
If you’re a regular nut-milk-maker, you know that oodles of pulp becomes a pain but don’t throw out those expensive nut remains! Here you’ll find some great uses.
Unfortunately not every stain can be removed but by implementing these stain removal tips, you will be better prepared to remove common kids stains.
I’m a survivor of emotional abuse by my sociopath ex-husband. I didn’t know what warning signs to look for and didn’t trust my intuition. These days, I focus on making sure my sons don’t grow up to be like him.
Don’t take it personally, it’s just normal teenage behaviour by Natalie at Our Parallel Connection. Follow Natalie: Twitter Facebook.
As children move into the teenage years, what use to be naughty now becomes normal.
A recap of the bits and bobs of creativity that happened at our place in September. Feathers, paint and pom poms- oh my!
Funny things my three year old says.
Information about praising your child and tips to help you do it positively.