Sunday, 12 January 2020

65 Instagram captions to fall in love with this Febuary.

Hey readers,

February is the month of love so what better way to show someone affection with words. Here I have picked 65 amount of February themed captions to help you with making that post extra special on Instagram.




Full quotes.

1. "He was Christmas morning, crimson fireworks, and birthday wishes." — Raquel Franco.

2. "I feel there is nothing more artistic than to love people." — Vincent van Gogh.

3. "We loved with a love that was more than love." — Edgar Allen Poe.

4. "Life's a journey, to find the people weird like you." — Atticus.

5.  "What is done in love, is done well." — Vincent van Gogh.

6.  "That's who you really like. The people you can think out loud in front of." — John Green.

7. "Some people are worth melting for." — Olaf, Frozen.

8. "The real lover is the man that can thrill you by kissing your forehead." — Marilyn Monroe.

9. "If there ever comes a day when we can't be together, keep me in your heart, I'll stay there forever." — Winnie the Pooh.

10. "Where there is love, there is life." — Mahatma Gandhi.

11. "If you only have one smile in you, give it to the people you love." — Maya Angelou.

12. "You can't blame gravity for falling in love." — Albert Einstein.

Cute captions. 

13. I'm lucky I'm in love with my best friend.

14. Cupid called, he wants his arrow back.

15. I love to love you.

16. You make my heart smile.

17. Pretty sure I love you more.

18. You're still the one.

19. You feel like home.

Single person captions. 

20. Happy Valentine's Day to me. I love you.

21. If you can stay in love for more than two years, you're on something.

 22. Happy Drink-Wine-and-Eat-Chocolate-Alone Day!

23. Thank u, next.

24. Reminder: All candy will be 50% off tomorrow.

25. Dear Cupid: Forget the guy, just send the candy.

26. Here's to my true love: Pizza.

27. Being single on Valentine's Day is so much better than dating someone who would buy you a drugstore teddy bear.

28. All of me...loves all of me.
Funny captions.

    29.  [Employee]'s favourite exercise is a cross between a lunge and a crunch ... S/he calls it lunch.

30. I need a six-month holiday, twice a year.

       31. We tried to be normal once. Worst two minutes of our lives!

32. There are 16-year-olds competing at the Olympics and some of us still push on "pull" doors.

33. Namast'ay in bed.

34. That awkward moment when you're wearing Nike's and you can't do it.

35. I'm just a girl, standing in front of a salad, asking it to be a cupcake.

36. What if we told you ... you can eat without posting it on Instagram?

37. We know the voices in our heads aren't real, but sometimes their ideas are just too good to ignore.

38. We don't know what's tighter: Our jeans or our company culture.

39. Friday ... Our second-favorite F word. 

40. We don't care what people think of us. Unless they're our customers. We definitely care what customers think of us.

41. All you need is love ... and investors. All you need is love and investors.

42. Hi, we're [company name]. We build amazing apps and eat amazing apps.
Clever captions.

43. Patience -- what you have when there are too many witnesses.

    44. Maybe she's born with it, maybe it's the Clarendon filter.

    45. "Life is short." False -- it's the longest thing you do.
          
     46. Happy Sunday! There may be no excuse
 for laziness, but [I'm/we're] still looking.



47. Rejection is just redirection.

48. Better an "oops" than a "what if."

49. You have stolen a pizza our hearts.

       50. The world is changed by your example, not your opinion.

          51. Seven billion smiles and these are our favourites.

52. Stop working hard and start working smart.

       53. When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. When [company name] gives you [type of product], you make money.

        54. Imposter complex is just a byproduct of success.

55. Life is simple. It's just not easy.

         56. The best times begin at the end of your comfort zone.

57. When nothing goes right, go left.
  Sassy captions.

         58. What's a queen without her king? Historically speaking, more powerful.

               59. We're an acquired taste. If you don't like us, acquire some taste. 

    60. Well-behaved people don't make it into history books.

61. Be sunshine mixed with a little hurricane 

        62. We got 99 problems, but an awesome marketing team ain't one.

        63. Sometimes you just need to do a thing called "what you want."

     64. You can't do epic stuff with lame people. And we got the best in the biz. 

      65. It's not called being bossy, it's called having leadership skills.

Cheers for reading X 


My Sunday photo 12/01/2020

Tuesday, 7 January 2020

why I am against smacking children

Hey readers,

The Association of Educational Psychologists said that they want to ban parents from smacking children at home.

Smacking is banned in schools however parents can smack their child at home as long as it is deemed reasonable.




I 100% agree that smacking anywhere should be banned because it is physical violence regardless of the amount of strength you do it. 

I don't see how children learn from being smacked by their parents, all it does is make them lie better. To me, that is not good for anyone.

I don't think children learn from smacking if anything I think it can have an impact on their mental health and increase the chances of anxiety. This is because they will be scared in the case at any moment the risk of doing anything wrong and that to have negative consequences.

Having this form of violence (in my eyes) can make a child feel really sad. This can make their home life feel crap because of knowing that if they do anything wrong regardless of it was intentionally an accident there is the risk they get hit.

I think hitting is a negative way to parent and it doesn't solve any problems. It is much better to have other ways to teach the child right from wrong.

If children learn from their parents then they will believe that it is ok to hit someone and then there is the risk that they too may one day hit another person.

I don't think it is fair that someone bigger then the child can go along and imitate and inflict pain on another. When will it stop, how will it end if it continues where do parents draw the line? 

How do you know if the parent gets fed up and thinks well got to hit the child harder to get the message through? 

This situation can escalate in a very toxic homelife impacting on the child's mental health and other areas such as education.

I think if you want to earn respect from a child it doesn't work if you hit them if anything it could result in the child-hating the parent.

 It certainly wouldn't want them to come to the parent and talk about any concerns they may have, as they don't know how the parent will respond. Then this may cause a negative relationship between the child and parent, that can be damaging for the child.

I myself have been in similar situations and there is nothing worse as a child when you are petrified of going home to the horrible environment. You literally are scared and anxious at school. 

The anxiety gets worse closer to the end of the day. For me, I couldn't probably concentrate on my school work because I was filled with dread and worried if I had done anything wrong therefore leading to being hit. 

It is the most horrible feeling in the world. The anxiety doesn't just stop there it carries on all the time constant in the background. It is horrible to live like that and that is why I want smacking banned in the home.

What are your views on smacking? I would love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below. 

Cheers for reading X



Sunday, 5 January 2020

50 things to do on a no spend weekend.

Hey readers,

If you haven't heard of no spend weekend it is basically what it says in the name where you set the challenge of the weekend to not spend a penny other then going for a wee ;). 

There are several different noes spend challenges ranging from one day, weekend, a whole month and if your feeling a brave a whole year (hats of to you people who have achieved a no spend for a whole year not sure I could stick it out that long). 

The idea of the no spend is to stop you from spending money basically automatic times and it really does make you stop and think about your consumptions. It also reminds life doesn't always have to be about money. You can also save money and get you thinking in that frameset. 

In this post, I have put down 50 ideas of things you can do on a no spend.
Jo


1) Organise and plan your future money. 
2) Volunteer your time.
3) Watch movies.

4) Help your kid/s with their homework.

5) Start a blog.

6) Try geocaching.

7) Try a board game.

8) Draw and paint. 

9) Make greeting cards.

10) Visit local free museums.
11) Read.
12) Visit a park.
13) Clean the house.
14) Do some baking.
15) Cook something new.
16) Spend some quality time with a partner. 
17) Assess your goals.
18) Start a diary.
19) Catch up on the news.
20) Colour in.
21) Read.
22) Sleep. 
23) Make a to-do list. 
24) Have a bath.
25) Organise your wardrobe.
26) Sell stuff on eBay.

27) Teach yourself origami.
28) Watch a ted talk. 

29) Go for a walk. 

30) Go to the library.

31) Write a  letter to a friend from far away.

32) Make a vision board.

33) Go for a picnic. 

34) People watch.
35) Listen to some podcasts. 

36) Play Pokemon Go.

37) Stargaze.

38) Cloud watching. 

39) Scrapbooking. 

40) Host a dinner party.

41) Attend a free community festival. 

42) Practice yoga.
43) Have a cup of coffee and relax.
44) Think about ways to earn extra income. 
45) Go fly a kite.
46) Collect rocks, paint them and hide them for someone else to find. 

47) Reorganise cd/DVD collection. 
48) Declutter your wardrobe. 
49) Check out trending videos on youtube. 
50) Built a fort with the kids. 

What free activities do you like to do? I love to hear your thoughts in the comment section down below. 

Cheers for reading X





my Sunday photo 05/01/2020

Friday, 3 January 2020

How to wait patiently.

Hey readers,

Let's face it there will be many a time where we will have to face waiting patiently, whether we like it or not sometimes it has to be done. So, here are my tips to help manage the frustration of waiting and how you can get through the waiting process.



1. Distractions. 

Of course with modern technology, most people will have a smartphone on them in some form of the description. What better way to kill some time whether it be playing a game, checking your email or watching small youtube your smartphone is a great companion when waiting around for some time to kill. 


2. Others. 


Another great time killer is having someone you know to wait with you to keep you company and you can talk before you know it your time is up. 

3. Breathing.

If you're really feeling frustrated and unpaitient then try some deep breaths and focus on your breathing and using all your lungs is key whilst waiting. This can help calm your mind and reduce the tension from having to wait around. 

4. Imagination. 

Sometimes it is good to stop whatever you're doing and just let go. Allow your imagination to take hold and get lost in your thoughts you will be amazed at how fast time goes when you emerge your self in your own thoughts.


5. Mindfulness. 

Mindfulness is a great tool to master as it can help reduce stress by focusing on things other than the stress or frustration you are under such as waiting in a queue. By having that free time allows you to focus on your environment - whether it be listening to the noises, focusing on the colours or even paying attention to your feet how they feel against your footwear, are they tired do they feel heavy. Making sure you spend some time on each aspect can be rather relaxing and help reduce the frustration of having to wait in a queue. 

6. Acceptance. 

Sometimes accepting the situation for what it is and knowing that it will end with time is allowing the situation to happen and not get stressed about. Letting go of the anger or annoyance can actually be more beneficial and you can feel ready to stand in the queue because it has a purpose and that you are mentally ready to take on the challenge. By viewing the situation as something that you can control and seeing it a more positive light will mean attracting happier thoughts, therefore, in turn making the situation much more manageable. 

7. Delayed gratification. 

Whilst waiting in a queue is frustrating changing your thought patterns of thinking queuing is a pain in the bum to thinking off queuing in terms of delayed gratification and that with the time you will benefit the situation of frustration to be lead on to the positive reward. 

What are your thoughts of queuing? How do you manage to deal with queing? Love to hear your thoughts in the comment section below. 

Cheers for reading X

Monday, 30 December 2019

102 blog ideas for your mum blog

Hey readers,

Sometimes it is hard to come up with ideas to write for your blog. So let me take away the pain and give you a 102 blog ideas to get your inspired today and start writing great content.  






1. Write about your birth story.


2. How to deal with potty training. 


3. Describe your best day as a mum. 

4. Describe your worst day as a mum. 


5. Write about a day in the life for 24 hours. 


6. How to deal with fussy eaters. 


7. Write a list of your favorite mum bloggers. 


8. Review a child's product of your own. 


9. Write about milestones. 


10. Write about how to encourage your baby to walk. 


11. Things you love about motherhood. 


12. Things you hate about motherhood. 


13. Exercise ideas for children. 


14. A day in the life of your child. 


15. Local fun days out. 


16. Your favorite things to do with your child. 


17. How do you discipline your child? What works for you.


18. A letter to your pregnant self. 


19. The benefits of breastfeeding.


20. The benefits of formula feeding. 


21. Easy recipes for families. 


22. Clothing wish list for a child. 


23. How to deal with siblings squabbling. 


24. How to get your toddler ready for nursery.


25. How to get your child ready for school. 


26. How to help your child read. 


27. How to help your child learn the time. 


28. How to help your child potty train.


29. How to help a child do up there shoelaces.

30. Ways to save money on days out. 


31. Road trip games to do in the car. 


32. Fun games for children. 

33. Self-care ideas for mums. 


34. How to tell if you are ready for another child.


35. A list of your best mummy hacks. 


36. How to organise your child's room. 


37. Write about your experience of postnatal depression/mental health surrounding parenting. 


38. How to deal with mummy guilt.


39. How not to compare yourself to other mums. 


40. Tasks you can accomplish when your baby is asleep. 


41. How to help your child be independent. 


42. How to talk about death with your child.


43. A list of chores that your child can help you with. 


44. Your views on pocket money.


45. How to introduce a new baby to your child. 


46. How to deal with a child with low self-esteem. 


47. How to deal with temper tantrums. 


48. Does time out really work?


49. How to deal with breastfeeding issues.


50. A list of items every new mum needs in their lives. 


51. Why I love my child but don't always like them. 


52. How do I know if my toddler/child has autism? 


53. Why motherhood is hard for introverts. 

54. The case for homeschooling.

55. The case against homeschooling. 

56. How motherhood has changed me as a person. 

57. How to avoid raising a  'snowflake'.

58. How to survive the summer holidays. 

59. The case for why homework is good.

60. The case for why homework is bad.

61. How to survive a miscarriage. 

62. Your views on abortion. 

63. Remedies for colic. 

64. Surviving the first week with a newborn.

65. Mess-free toddler activities. 

66. How to declutter the family room. 

67. How to store toys when they are not being used.

68. Tips on how to have a budget-friendly child's birthday party.

69. Stay at home mum jobs. 

70. How to keep a family budget.

71. Tips for finding a good babysitter. 

72. Ideas for having family fun nights. 

73. Why routines are good for children. 

74. What is your bedtime routine for your child? 

75. The best parenting books you have read. 

76. Ways to save money when shopping at the supermarket.

77. How to get your child to listen to you when they totally ignore you. 

78. Funny things your child has said. 

79. Why did you start writing a mum blog? 

80. Tips on how to deal with the terrible twos. 

81. Share a guest post. 

82. Write about something difficult you had to face as a mum.

83. Your best tricks for stain removal.

84. Write about the times that parenting can be overwhelming.

85.  The best kids audiobooks. 

86. How to make sure your child is not spoiled. 

87. Things you should never say to another mum. 

88. Halloween costume ideas.

89. What's in my changing bag.

90. The mum tag. 

91. What is in my hospital bag. 

92. A review of nappies. 

93. Baby-led weaning for beginners.

94. Sensory play ideas.

95. How to trust your instincts. 

96. 5 tips for using reusable nappies.

97. Best sites for medical advice. 

98. Benefits of reading to your child. 

99. What are your views on sports day?

100. Is my child being bullied?

101. When should a child get their first mobile?

102. How to teach a child to clean up their own room.

Cheers for reading X