Category: Life

US Election: How To Cope With Post-Election Anxiety l www.FranglaiseMummy.com l Get the Life YOU Love

US Election: How To Cope With Post-Election Anxiety

I wasn’t going to write anything about the US election results, partly because I didn’t want to get caught up in all the fighting and partly because I just didn’t know what to say. But I’ve received so many messages, asking me how you can possibly live the life you love when you are experiencing such fear, shock, disappointment, worry, stress and sadness at the Trump victory.… Read more

Is Your Dream Worth The Sacrifice? www.FranglaiseMummy.com l Get the life YOU love

Is Your Dream Worth The Sacrifice?

A year ago my little family and I moved from the UK to Mauritius. And I know lots of people thought “what lucky b*stards!” but what most people don’t know is that this is a journey that Ben and I have been on since the end of 2003. So today I want to share the sacrifices we made for our dream to come true.… Read more

How to get the life you love: www.FranglaiseMummy.com

How to Get the Life YOU Love

It sounds like a no-brainer: living the life YOU love. I mean, why would you live ANYTHING but the life YOU love? Yet so few of us are actually doing it. Most people are waiting.

Waiting for someone else to improve your life for you.

Waiting for circumstances to change before really living a life YOU love.… Read more

Can Woo-Woo Work for You? www.FranglaiseMummy.com l Get the Life YOU Love

Can Woo-Woo Work for You?

Can Woo-Woo Work for You?

Can positive thinking really have an effect on your life and the outcome of your actions?

Do your thoughts really influence what happens in your life?

Join me as I discuss this and share my personal experiences with the law of attraction and manifesting.

Now over to you – what are you going to make happen through Woo-Woo?!?… Read more

London vs Mauritius: Life with Kids l www.FranglaiseMummy.com l Get the Life YOU Love

London vs Mauritius: Life with Kids

On 31st October last year my family and I moved from London to Mauritius, and I’m asked ALL the time how family life here compares to family life in London.

So rather than replying to everyone in individual messages I did a Facebook Live video sharing my experiences of the two.… Read more

The Grass isn't Greener in Paradise: www.FranglaiseMummy.com l Get the Life YOU Love

The Grass isn’t Greener in Paradise

How many hours have you spent dreaming about how much better your life would be if only you lived elsewhere? Your relationship would be incredible, your kids would be better behaved, you would be the advert-perfect wife and mum. Countless hours I’m guessing. Well I’m here to burst your bubble. I live in paradise and the grass isn’t greener here than in London.… Read more

What to do when you don't fit in: www.FranglaiseMummy.com l Get the Life YOU Love

What to do when you don’t fit in

Have you ever had that feeling – as a one-off or an ongoing niggling feeling – that you just don’t fit in? Whether with friends, family, colleagues or neighbours.

On this week’s Facebook Live I share my own experiences on this very sensitive, and often upsetting subject, and offer you tips and advice for how to deal with it.… Read more

Comparison is the thief of joy and why you need to stop it: www.FranglaiseMummy.com l Get the Life YOU Love

Comparison is the Thief of Joy and Why YOU Need to Stop it

Are you the Queen of Comparison?

How many times have you looked at someone – a friend, neighbour, colleague, school mum, family member – and said to yourself “she’s got it all, she’s got it made, she’s got such a good life”? And then turned round and compared it to your own life?… Read more

When you don't have a job that makes your heart sing: www.FranglaiseMummy.com l Get the Life YOU Love

When you don’t have a job that makes your heart sing

Your job provides you with a sense of identity, a sense of worth. So when you don’t have a job, or have a job you hate you can feel worthless, useless or even depressed.

I had my first job at 13 years old – I delivered newspapers and babysat. By the age of 20 I had worked in a bookshop, a newsagent, Argos (a big chain store in the UK), stuffed envelopes, stuffed sandwiches, done cold calling, worked as a barmaid, as a cleaner and in a call centre.… Read more