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Do you ever have that feeling that your brain may explode from all the things you’re trying to remember to do?

Like many women, I’m a busy working mum who frequently finds herself multi-thinking. You know, that endless mental to-do list constantly whirling around your head. Yes, I have actual lists on paper and I have to say, I thoroughly enjoy making them, but all the daily jobs still circulate in my mind.

A typical multi-thinking moment might go: make packed lunches, work, pick up kids, remember form to give to teacher, organise playdate, wash kids’ sports kits, pick up more cat food, buy friend’s birthday gift, pay cubs subs, book flu jab, work out what’s for dinner, do school applications, call babysitter etc etc.

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