This week was busy with two days to Madrid for work (and the long commute is basically exhausting me!) and somehow I have some kind of nesting / decluttering / everything-needs-to-go obsession so I nothing in our house is safe and the filled garbage bags are leaving the house at a very rapid speed.
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In een vorige post gaf ik voorbeelden van hoe we aan het besparen zijn met baby #2 op komst, maar in plaats van besparen kun je ook denken aan hoe iets extra´s te verdienen vanuit huis. En dit is natuurlijk niet alleen van toepassing bij gezinsuitbreiding zoals de situatie waar wij nu in zitten, maar eigenlijk voor iedereen die de inkomsten wil vergroten door extra te werken vanaf huis. Of je nu al een baan hebt en iets extra´s wilt verdienen, op reis bent en iets van inkomsten wilt hebben of in het buitenland woont en vanuit je huis wil werken. Heb je al aan deze drie opties gedacht? Ze kunnen iets voor jou zijn!
It´s minimalism Monday so today one of my recent hacks to keep my house and thereby my head organized. This may sound like common sense but I start my days so much better when I wake up to an organized house. When the kitchen is still overflowing with yesterday´s dishes and the table in the living room has all kinds of papers on it, my head is also already overflowing from the moment I wake up. Obviously, not the best start of the day and I already stress about the mess before breakfast.
Time is flying by and we´re already over 25 weeks, can´t believe how fast this pregnancy is going! The last week has been a bit more tough, due to a lot of back pain and since it was a national holiday in Spain on Thursday, but all schools were off in our town on Wednesday & Friday as well, I decided to take two extra days off and we spontaneously went on a trip to the Pyrenees. Best decision ever! Just three days of doing nothing, disconnecting, being outside and enjoying the quietness of rural life.
During the summer I wrote about our potty training journey so far which was actually going surprisingly well. I wouldn´t say we had potty training down in a few days, but the basics were definitely there in the first week. But, that´s when the fun started…. Obviously, being more or less potty trained at home was relatively easy but when we started travelling for the summer holidays and staying at different places (= different potties) we sometimes felt we went straight back to square one.