Feeling stressed out?

Too much to do and not enough time?

Reading this at midnight because your list-making brain won’t shut?

Yep, I feel your pain.

You’re juggling it all I’m guessing – raising mini people, juggling a career you may or may not want, running around picking up people’s dirty socks and attempting to shave your legs at least once a week (jokes, more like once a month).

Ok well take a breath because I’m here to help with hacks, lists and antidotes to make work, life, motherhood and the general juggle a tad bit easier where I can.

Being a working mum with more kids than sense, I know just how it feels but I also know that at least 90% of the time it’s possible to feel in control and on top of life.

Where to start?

Let’s start with a deep breath and a hot brew (that’s tea if you’re not Northern) and then have a browse through these posts:

20 time saving life hacks for working mums

The cleaning schedule for when you have no time

Free weekly cleaning planner for a more organised home

How to have it all as a working mother

How to declutter, where to start and how to beat the overwhelm

Get social with me

Twitter – mainly for ranting about life, weather and Donald Trump.

Instagram – sharing my daily life as a mum so you can see you are not on your own with all of this.

Facebook where you can add me as a buddy and have a good old whinge should the mood take you. I may or may not also indulge in a few pug memes. Can’t make no promises.

YouTube  – Money saving tips, organisational tips and a look at what life is really like when you try to work flexibly around your family.

If you want to go old school then you can of course always drop me a line to fi@amumtrackmind.com



  1. Julia
    October 18, 2016 / 2:59 pm

    You have a lovely family & must be a very proud mother!

  2. January 15, 2017 / 9:12 pm

    I’m so glad I stumbled upon you. Your business based blogs have had me begging for more. I’m new to blogging, self employment, marketing, living in the free world and ra ra ra. My ‘Saving The World’ previous career was ms dos based (I kid you not) so I can’t proclaim to understand all your tips, but I’ll get there, tiny baby steps…and I’m hooked, so thank you x

    • January 16, 2017 / 9:14 pm

      Thanks so much Steph. Lovely to have you here!

  3. Anthony Harrington
    September 29, 2017 / 10:39 pm

    I would like this for my Wife, she hates winter mornings, so this may help!

  4. Clarice Bailey
    October 3, 2017 / 10:03 am

    My partner suffers with SAD so I have wanted to get one of these for a while, but I also think it would benefit me

  5. sherri hough
    October 5, 2017 / 6:00 pm

    I have wanted a Lumie lamp for a few years now after my mum got one. I suffer with Bi-polar and struggle in the winter months with getting up for work and I really think this could be the answer, the problem is I cannot justify spending the money on myself as it always goes on the children. x

  6. October 8, 2017 / 9:07 pm

    I became a mum for the first time at 42, now 43. I am nothing like how I thought I would be. Now I just try and survive every day. Great blog.

  7. November 22, 2017 / 3:11 am

    Hi! I love your story! As a mother, I know how that feeling of what is happening to you. Thanks for sharing!

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