Work life balance – tips for the time-poor

Kathy Krugerbalance, work-life balance15 Comments

Well duh! It follows that most of us are time-poor, which is why we seek work-life balance – the general premise being that we’d have more LIFE if we only spent less time working. I often talk of balance in more spiritual, philosophical terms, but how to translate that in practical terms? True work-life balance is less about how much time we … Read More

Kathy KrugerWork life balance – tips for the time-poor

Welcome to my Gold Coast

Kathy Krugerbalance, gratitude, work-life balance21 Comments

This is the first blog I’ve ever written just for bloggers. In fact only last week I met up with my first ever ‘real life’ bloggers – they were real, and really lovely. This week I look forward to meeting lots more of you. Look out for me – I’ll have a big welcome smile (which will probably turn to a few laughs after a … Read More

Kathy KrugerWelcome to my Gold Coast

Turn your To-Do list into a To-Be list

Kathy Krugercontentment, happiness, harmony, work-life balance20 Comments

Do you work off TO-DO lists? Can’t get by until you tick off every item? Is your life locked into calendar appointments, alarm reminders and task alerts? Does your TO-DO list include time to just BE? I’m all FOR organisation (which is different from BEING organised – I’m not highly organised at all), but I reckon time divided up into … Read More

Kathy KrugerTurn your To-Do list into a To-Be list

Are you juggling life rather than making time?

Kathy Krugerbalance, find your flow, work-life balance16 Comments

Clown juggling

Busy hey? So much for finding work-life balance or life-life balance. Too many balls up in the air – how many can you possibly catch? How many come falling down, bouncing around your feet, rolling away just out of your reach. You’ll retrieve that ball later, won’t you? If it’s really important. Time is a created thing. To say ‘I … Read More

Kathy KrugerAre you juggling life rather than making time?

The yin and yang of work

Kathy Krugerbalance, work-life balance, yinyang7 Comments

I’ve haven’t blogged about applying yin and yang energies to life lately, so I thought I’d turn my attention to work, especially since the holiday season is now a distant memory! I’ve been weighing up what to do for meaningful work for a very long time (well a lifetime really) and I’m not sure I’ve come up with the answer, … Read More

Kathy KrugerThe yin and yang of work

Friday ‘in the flow’

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This post is supposed to be a ‘Friday Find Your Flow’ and it’s Saturday already, so I’m kinda slow. Still flowing, but a bit like a lazy, languid river. That’s OK – its about the direction, not the speed! Last week I talked about using your senses to ‘find your flow’. This week I’d thought I’d share a post I read … Read More

Kathy KrugerFriday ‘in the flow’

Peace – in the night garden

Kathy Krugercontentment, gratitude, happiness, harmony, motherhood, work-life balance1 Comment

night trees

Having a two year old tends to change your television viewing habits. Now I know there are parents who insist (or say they do) that two years olds shouldn’t watch any TV. Really. I’m not that good. But there is an unexpected benefit to watching two year old TV – peace – and not just from the kids – but … Read More

Kathy KrugerPeace – in the night garden

Jump into a new perspective!

Kathy Krugergratitude, perspective, work-life balance1 Comment

I should start by saying that jumping is done under supervision. At high tide. The drop is less than three metres. No diving is allowed.  As in so much in life, the spectre is far scarier than the reality. And so the kids take their turn.

Kathy KrugerJump into a new perspective!

You want too much peace Mum!

Kathy Krugerbalance, happiness, harmony, motherhood, mummytime, work-life balance3 Comments

Peace through yoga and sometimes wine

Could there be such a thing? Too much peace! According to Miss Yin, 9, I’m a hog for serenity, a glutton for calm, even if the peace I crave is not exactly the noble end-to-all-wars variety. (of course I do wish for that, but my immediate needs are much closer to home). I’d sell my soul (and throw in the kids) … Read More

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