Let me begin with my story. I am now a stay at home mum with a 19 week old baby girl. She’s my life, my number one priority. The other love of my life, my husband, is a beautiful, supportive, loving father and my best friend, but I rarely see him as he works FIFO to support our lifestyle. I want him to come home again, but I definitely don’t want to go back to cleaning, or working for a boss, to get him here. Especially considering the cost of childcare; At $150 a day for childcare, it’s cheaper for me to stay at home.
One fortunate morning I was in my daughters room tidying up a bit, when I heard the unmistakable FB messenger knock from my husbands “Perth phone”, (he can’t use the carrier at work, and it’s my job to keep him updated about any messages and calls he receives while he’s at work). I picked up his phone to check it out and it was a message from a woman I used to go to school with. I hadn’t heard from her since school, so that makes it…13 years. She sent him a fairly nervous sounding message that said something along the lines of Continue reading “Why do I Choose Inner Origin”
Hi all, Ali here
I have been looking through the official wording of the Declaration of Human Rights, and I want to point out some of our basic human rights that are still being violated today in this country, but first I will post this infographic to help explain the Declaration of Human Rights in a more easy to read language. I just want to thank zenpencils.com for providing this.
Hi there Ali here,
So I woke up this morning at 5am so I can say goodbye to my other half and let all the animals in. and out, and then I go back to bed to sleep for an hour. I’m not sure why I always do this, but that’s what I do. So I’m up again at 6am, my Dog is jumping all over me now trying to get me up, my cats are all complaining because they want to get fed.
I get up to feed my animals, feed the fish and then have my shower. After my shower, I get my breakfast ready, and while I’m eating breakfast, the meat portion I’ll be eating for lunch is happily cooking away in the frying pan on low heat. After breakfast I check my meat, prepare the salad I’ll be eating with it, check it again, bang it all in a container including my snacks (which usually consists of an apple, a Muesli bar and some nuts) and I prepare my coffee.
While drinking my coffee I’ve put the dog outside, locked all the doors, and packed my gym stuff so I’m ready to walk out the door by 7.20am at the latest. At which time I’ll message my friend to find out how she’s doing. Continue reading “Lifestyle: An Average day”