The Master Planner

A picture of a child writing to test digital vs paper planners

Paper planners vs digital? Here’s why technology isn’t always more effective than old-school stationery options. Nowadays we do pretty much everything on some kind of electronic device. Case-in-point: reading this article. Okay, maybe you printed it off, but that took TWO electronic devices—only proving the point further. Whether watching a series, doing the banking or […]

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That Really Moved Me

A picture of a child in a box in relation to an article about moving house with kids

Moving house is one thing. Moving house when you’ve got kids is a whole different kettle of chaos. We’ve got some great tips on how to make it as easy and stress-free as possible. For most people, the idea of moving house is enough to send them running for the hills. That is, as long […]

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5 genius tips to get your children enthusiastic about chores

Spring has sprung at Stuck On You HQ. The birds are singing. Flowers are blooming. Children are playing and laughing merrily. *Record scratches* The reality is that the cold wind is lingering, yet still happy to transport those allergens that make your nostrils itch. Your children are alert and awake for longer (yay!). And those […]

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4 Top Rules for Home Organisation

Is your home beautifully peaceful, neat and tidy for two seconds flat before suddenly turning into a chaotic war zone again? Do you put things away in the right place one moment, only to be unable to find them the next? When you need to get your hands on a specific item – be it […]

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Smart Kitchen Organisation Ideas

Washing up, wiping down surfaces, putting away cutlery and all the rest. They all sound like such dreadfully dull ways to be whiling away our lives, and yet would I be alone in saying that I actually quite enjoy my laborious kitchen-bound chores? As long as I can do it all listening to an album, […]

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Lost property across the lifespan – babyhood & beyond

Did you know that according to a recent US survey, we waste on average 2.5 days per year searching for lost stuff, and spend up to $50 per year replacing them? Misplacing things is not just a child’s game. We continue to lose things across the lifespan, sometimes in increasingly novel and exciting ways. We […]

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The best nut free school lunches – by Shell and Olive

Shell and Olive Nut Free School Lunches

Today’s guest post is brought to you by Martina from Shell and Olive, mama to Sebastian, Theo and Evelyn. Enjoy! Feeding a toddler is never easy. Trying to figure out peanut-free lunches when you’ve never had to think about peanuts before can be even more challenging. Sebastian started pre-k 3 this year and was super […]

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Nut Free School Lunches with Shell and Olive

Shell and Olive Nut Free School Lunches

Today’s guest post is brought to you by Martina from Shell and Olive, a US based mother of three. Enjoy! Feeding a toddler is never easy – trying to figure out peanut free lunches when you’ve never had to think about peanuts before – can be challenging. Sebastian started pre-k 3 this year and was […]

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How to Help Your Disorganised Kids

How to Help Your Disorganised Kids It can be challenging to parent a disorganised child. School work goes missing, backpacks are misplaced, and the quest for a left shoe can cause everyone to be late in the morning. These frustrations can make it more difficult to not let frustration colour your perspective. You have to […]

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Free printable wardrobe dividers for baby

Wardrobe dividers

Organise your little one’s outfits with these lovely free printable wardrobe dividers from birth to 24 months, courtesy of Stuck On You. You know that mountain of baby clothes your well-meaning family and friends give you (or hand you down)? Sort these out using our printable wardrobe dividers. These are immensely helpful in working out […]

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