My Daily Cleaning schedule | Free printable

One of my goals for 2019 was to be more organised – check. To be kinder to myself – check & to not put too much pressure on myself – check. Finally, to keep on top of my house which looks ransacked on a daily basis – almost check! We’re only a month {& some change} into the new year and I have found that I am without a doubt, a list kind of gal. Just like the gorgeous Mrs Hinch! And like her, I get monumental amounts of joy when I tick off each job, whether it be for…

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Number recognition worksheets | Free Printables

Last year, when Annabelle was in Primary one, she was doing number recognition activities in school. Which is a natural topic to teach the kids, as you can understand. However, due to her love of worksheets, she asked me one afternoon to print her off some to do at home. I scoured the internet and even though I found a good selection, none that I found where free.  So I set about to make my own and of course, share them as free printables for you guys. Perhaps you have a preschooler or early year Primary school child that would…

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March Calendar Templates | Free Printables

March is just a few weeks away, bringing Springtime and chocolate eggs. However, regardless of the longer days and temptation of chocolate, staying organised is still at the forefront of my mind. Ever since I started making my free calendar templates I have been successfully staying one month ahead of myself, on the blog.  The feeling of being so organised has been amazing. I can just look up to my printables and see what blog posts are coming out when. What I still have to write up and so on. They have been a huge help! Even if blog organisation isn’t…

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Blog organisation & finding my feet in 2019 | Free Printable

Before the clock struck midnight on New Year’s Eve, I made a handful of promises to myself. One; to be more organised. Two; to be kinder to me. Three; to finally grab my blog by the proverbial horns and show her who’s boss. My blog has always been a bit…all over the place. Especially through 2018. It’s never really had a ‘niche’ – per se! It’s always been a space full of jumbled up information and randomly shared posts. No blog organisation, no scheduled posting days that can be looked forward too. Nothing.  Until those promises were made before midnight…

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February Calendar Template | Free Printable

At the end of 2018, I shared with you guys my January Calendar Template, which got a really good reception – so thank you! Today, I am sharing my February Calendar Templates. Like January’s there are a few to choose from, in both Portrait & Landscape.  I really enjoyed making these and I am sharing them mid-way through January because if you’re anything like me? You like to plan ahead! I went for a floral/foliage theme for the month of February. I don’t know about you, but I’ve about had it with the cold & wintery seasons. I am needing…

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Let’s plan a party! | Free Party Planner Printables

I am in full swing, organising Annabelles 6th birthday party for the end of this month. I cannot even begin to think about her turning six in a few short weeks. The idea of that reality is just bonkers! It feels like she was only born yesterday and I think I say that every.single.year, too. I’m clearly in a big sit of denial about my fifth and final baby being all grown up.  I like to throw my kids a big classroom style birthday party, up until they are in P3. Then from Primary 4 they should have there own…

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4 Free Winter Tracing Worksheets

My youngest daughter loves school. Like, loves school – so much so that it’s both endearing and I’m on edge at how long it will last! Now, if you follow my blog you’ll know that Annabelle has a speech delay. But regardless of those extra hurdles in her little life, she is absolutely smashing it in school. Her mental maths is amazing, her reading is a little slow, but she’s getting there and she loves a worksheet {even at home!}.  However, Annabelle’s main issue when it comes to school is her handwriting. Now, I have to be honest, in hindsight…

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30 Winter Activities to do with the kids this January!

So that’s it. Christmas is over, 2018 is now behind us and we have a shiny new 2019 ahead of us. I don’t know about you, but not only can I not believe it is January 2019! But…I dread this month because anyone who is anyone knows that January lasts for about 129 years! Or at least – that’s how it feels! With it’s horrendous dark & cold days the kids {and you} can get a little stir crazy. Which is why I decided to put together a jolly good list of Winter activities to do with the kids this…

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January Calendar Template | Free Printable

I have been blogging now for coming up to six years – which is madness! But after all of this time, I think – I think – I have finally found my true calling where blogging is concerned. Creating free printables.  Around 4 years ago, when we started doing Elf on the Shelf, I decided to make some Elf on the Shelf free printables. This has resulted in my blog going absolutely bananas from around mid-November, right through to almost Christmas day. Parents all over the world looking for Elf mischief ideas, Nice list certificates and even fun Christmas scavenger…

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