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Inspiration

Camping Tips from a Camping Mum

By | Family, Out with Children, Inspiration
Maybe you, like me, have considered the idea of becoming a ‘Camping family’. The idea sounds great but I get stuck with the details of how, what and where.

So I asked one of my dear friends who is a ‘camping mum’ if she could share some of her wisdom and insights with us. From equipment, mum hacks and destinations inspiration. I hope this helps some of you. Read More

Out with the Gals

By | Blue Mountains Experience, Inspiration

Have you come across a rare opportunity to spend time with a friend?

These moments can be hard to come across, especially is it is child free. You want to make the most of it right?

This blog is outlining some some ideas of where and how you could spend that time.

Many of these ideas could be enjoyed as a couple as well so keep that in mind also.

Hope it inspires you! Read More

Winter School Holidays- Whats On

By | Blue Mountains Experience, Inspiration

I think many of us have done a lot of ‘facilitating children at home’ lately and might be looking for ways to get out as a family again this holidays.

While there may not be the usual array of activities happening this school holidays due to businesses navigating restrictions.

There are still places to go and things to do with your children this Winter school Holidays.

I thought I would try to consolidate your search and list some things here for your inspiration.

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self care

What does Self Kindness for 2020 look like?

By | Mum life, Inspiration

I have started to think ahead on these things. My husband travels quite a bit and so I am trying to be kinder to myself by intentionally scheduling in my own needs.

I pre-think a lot of my children’s needs at the beginning of the year, so why not my own?

So, I want to ask…

What might being kinder to yourself this year look like for you?

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My 2 achievements of 2019

By | Uncategorized, Real life, Perspective, Inspiration
One of the hardest things for me about motherhood—and I am sure I am not alone in this—is setting the bar at the right height. When I had my children, I did not lose my sense of personal ambition. There are still a lot of things that I, Rachel White, want to achieve and experience, but it has become clear to me that this is not the season for climbing. Read More