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Cuddles and Closeness

                               NIVEA marks its 100th birthday by celebrating closeness in 21st century Britain. I liked the idea of this because since having my girls it’s all about cuddles in our house. Any excuse I can find for a cuddle with my children [...]

Cuddles & closeness

NIVEA marks its 100th birthday by celebrating closeness in 21st century Britain. I liked the idea of this because since having my girls it’s all about cuddles in our house. Any excuse I can find for a cuddle with my children is an opportunity not to be missed. They are such little, fiery balls of [...]

Tesco and Cancer Research Race for Life

Me after last year’s 10k.  I got an email this morning from my sister who is taking part in the one of the Cancer Research and Tesco Race for Life events on June 12th.  I am probably going to sign up for one as it’s great to have something to focus on when you’re running [...]

The one about the Royal Wedding

You remember when you were in hospital, in the first daze of motherhood, having given birth and wondering when you might get a good night’s sleep, and then a lovely lady came along and thrust a Bounty bag in your lap? I do. Vaguely. I remember thinking it was rather nice to get some free [...]

Social media anxiety

It’s rather topical at the moment to own up to mental health problems, so I feel that perhaps I should come clean about my ‘condition’ and perhaps seek solace in other troubled souls. You see the problem is I have something as yet undiagnosed but no less real for that. It is social media anxiety. [...]

Spring cleaning with the fairies

I undertook some fairly ruthless de-cluttering this weekend. I like to organise things in boxes and now that I’m a grown up in a grown up house I like to have boxes that look pretty. I realised that ancient washing baskets (made of plastic) weren’t really going to cut it in Grownupsville. These storage boxes [...]

Memories of pregnancy

There are not many things that make me think wistfully about pregnancy, for me it was mostly heartburn, bloating and chronic tiredness (little did I know that would never change), but maternity clothing is one such thing.  I know that sounds odd. In fact I never thought I’d say that because the best I managed [...]

Join the Co-operative revolution!

As you know I’m a mum but I also work full time in the media industry so the new The Co-operative multi-media campaign that launches on Monday 7th April really appeals to me.  It shows how the work of the Rochdale pioneers who formed the first successful co-operative in 1837 started a revolution that is still going [...]

Spring cleaning my wardrobe

Jasmine Guiness Tea dress at K&Co. I want this! Oooh Spring is here (well for this week at least) and so I need to spend some money investing in womens wear You know what? These days I am especially good at being frugal where clothing is concerned. I am becoming an expert at finding new [...]

How to breast feed in public

It’s a while since I breastfed but when I did one of my abiding memories of feeding whilst out and about was trying to cover my modesty whilst simultaneously holding a conversation with someone and getting the baby to latch on. I remember flashing at people on several occasions.  The problem I had was also [...]