At the end of last year, I was approached by KidloLand, who enquired whether I’d be interested in letting the kids review their app. It wasn’t the first time I’ve heard of the app – I actually downloaded the app a year or 2 ago for Alyssa and took advantage of the free trial version.
What I remember from back then is that Alyssa really loved it and got upset when she couldn’t access the purchased version.
So I was happy to agree to the review, as not only would Alyssa now get to access the full app, but Aidan would also get a chance to play around with it, as it caters for kids under the age of 5.
It’s Summer, it’s hot and everyone’s trying to stay cool!
Kurt and I have been talking about installing an air conditioner in our home for a very long time, as it can get extremely hot during the Summer months.
The problem with our home is that it was built over 40 years ago and unlike the modern way of “open plan living”, the rooms in our home are all completely separate. So if we were to install an air conditioner in one room, the cool air wouldn’t travel anywhere else but in that room.
Our living room is where we probably spend most of our time but our bedroom becomes an inferno during the summer nights, so we honestly didn’t see ourselves paying for separate aircon units per room!
A fresh start…that’s basically the only difference between 31 December and 1 January.
We are the very same people we were last year, BUT the good news is – we all get to start on a clean slate. For some of us, that may mean setting short-term goals for the next 12 months and for others it may be the year to make their dreams come true!
Whatever way you choose to kick off 2018, I hope it’s going to be nothing short of amazing for you.
There are certainly a few things I’d like to achieve this year, but to be honest – I’m still in holiday mode and will be for most of this month. I worked super hard every single day of 2017 so my very first short-term goal is to just chill and take it easy for the first few weeks of 2018.
It feels like just yesterday that I jotted down my goals for 2017, and here I am again, reflecting on the fastest 12 months of my life.
2017 has been a rollercoaster ride. If I look back at the “goals” I initially set for myself this year, I’m really satisfied with what I’ve achieved.
I hate using the word “busy”, as I think it’s pointless being busy if you’re not actually productive. So instead, I’ll say that 2017 has certainly been a productive and fruitful year.
I’ve also been blessed with opportunities which I never even thought of at the beginning of the year – so that has really made the year an extraordinary one for me.