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I’m feeling pretty irritated with myself at the moment.
I seem to have lost my running mojo.
I don’t know about you, but sometimes I get a bit angry and shouty with my children. It’s usually because they’re not listening, or they’re squabbling or faffing about while I’m trying to get their hair and teeth brushed before it’s time to leave for school. Sometimes it’s simply the level of noise – a house with three kids is lived at top volume, and it can make my head spin. Sometimes, however, I shout because I’m dead tired and ready for the day to end. And of course, they’re still not listening.
Yes, childbirth isn’t necessarily much fun, but these tips worked for me when I gave birth to my three kids. Hopefully they’ll help you have a more positive experience too.
A few years ago, I made my first mincemeat – here’s what happened when I researched whether it’s healthier than the shop-bought stuff.
On packed lunch days, as I make my kids their sandwiches for school, I feel torn.
When my eldest daughter first started at primary school, I was always disorganised. I would forget packed lunches, lose forms and have to leg it with the buggy to make it to school on time. But nowadays I run a much tighter ship before and after the school run, which means I feel calmer and less stressed. I also lose forms less often.