Category: Being a mum
This is just the tip of the iceberg. If you start thinking about all the things that you would like to do and schedule in, you will probably go into overdrive in scheduling. You need to allow some time for flexibility but as a start, these are just some things to consider. To download my free yearly planner, please follow this link:
My daughter currently goes to private school and I think there are a lot of benefits to private school but there’s a part of me that really feels wrong about paying for education. My granddad is a big proponent of education but he also very much believes that if a person wants to learn she will learn wherever she goes. In terms of education I do believe that and going private school was not our first choice.
I’m in the process of updating my blogs and getting everything all correct and up to date before I try and get more followers. Who knew there were so many things that you had to do to get right? Continue reading “Blogs Galore”
One of my aims of being a stay /work at home mum was to use the time to cook fresh, healthy meals nearly everyday. The only problem with this is that I generally hate cooking. The cooking part is not so bad but before you get to that, you need to buy the food, prepare the food, ie cut, peel, grind, wash etc. Then the actual cooking. Finally, all the washing up.
I can’t see the point in me having a practicing certificate. I know when I first started to apply for it, I was getting frustrated at what a long process it was, trying to update it, get everything signed, send everything off etc. When I got the certificate it really did feel like a sense of achievement but I am (fairly) happy doing work for others on a subcontract basis. I do a few tax returns, only two that I get paid for and I think my ATT certificate covers that so at the moment I really can’t see the point in having a practicing certificate. Continue reading “Practising Certificate”