So, how are you doing?


Hi There,

Well it’s been a couple of days since we completed the Happy Mums 20 Tips in 20 Days and I’m wondering how you’re traveling in your as a Mum?

I’m preparing for a couple of ‘back to work’ meetings next week to discuss the when’s and how’s of my return.

I’m sure you won’t be surprised to learn that I am dreading the return to work! Why can’t someone pay me to be a full time homemaker- that’s not unreasonable is it?? 🙂

Anyhow, what are you struggling with at the moment? I’d love to hear from you!

Have a Happy Day,


20 Happy Mum Tips in 20 Days: Review.



Congratulations, you now have the complete list of little tips that you can implement into your life.

My suggestion would be to try and achieve at least one of these tips every week, that way you have 20 weeks of activities to invest in for your future happiness.

And as added artillery in your pursuit of a happy life, you can follow the ‘How to Make A Happy Mum: The Recipe” series on my blog as well.


I’d love to hear how you found my tips series! We’re they helpful?

I’d also love to know your experience and hurdles you’ve come across in your journey towards being (and staying!) a Happy Mum.

I look forward to hearing from you soon!

Have a Happy Day,


Happy Mums Tips in 20 Days: Day 20




My last tip in this series is probably the most important one!

It’s where I get to remind you that being a Mum is both the toughest and most rewarding things you’ll ever do- so be kind to yourself if you don’t always get it right!

You’re best is good enough, trust your instincts, take good advice as appropriate and above all keep loving your family (and yourself) to bits!

If you have those things covered, the rest will follow…

Have a Happy Day,


20 Happy Mum Tips in 20 Days: Day 19.




This is a tough one. How do you attain life balance when you are pulled in several different directions all day long?

It’s not easy, but it’s essential if you are going to be a happy Mum. It’s about give and take, exploring your options, trying to find a balance between all your ‘must-dos’ and would ‘love to dos’.

WARNING: don’t get disheartened if you spend most of your time ‘out of balance’, life with a young family is unpredictable at best- it’s something you’ll need to commit to, but also something worth the trouble.

Have a Happy Day,