Finding Balance in Motherhood

Finding Balance in Motherhood

Your life is ‘not your own’ anymore. It takes some getting used to and sometimes you can get too used to it. It’s important to take a little of that life back for yourself. For…

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Simple Ways to Practise Self-Care as a Mother

Simple Ways to Practise Self-Care as a Mother

Time to put Self-Care on your to-do list. Ah, Motherhood. The most difficult yet most rewarding job you’ll ever have. You’re now responsible for keeping other human beings alive. If they’re not attached at the…

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I’m sorry Kindle, it’s not me, it’s you.

I’m sorry Kindle, it’s not me, it’s you.

I’ve just cancelled my Kindle Unlimited membership and I’m now hurriedly reading the remaining 14% of ‘Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine’. I’m breaking up with my Kindle app. I shan’t be using it any more.…

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He’s not a dick, he’s just a 3 year old

He’s not a dick, he’s just a 3 year old

If you think the 2’s are ‘terrible’, you obviously haven’t been the parent of a 3 year old. Yesterday on my Instagram Stories, I referred to my son as a ‘dick’ – Playfully, I’ll add.…

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When the New Year starts without you

When the New Year starts without you

Oh dear, I’m still stuck in 2017. The New Year has started without me. Last week I wrote about the Post-Christmas Slump – ‘Surviving the weird bit in between Christmas and New Year‘. Whilst I’ve…

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Autumn Favourites

Autumn Favourites

I’d better get this up quickly! Winter is coming! *Snigger* I love everything about autumn. The fashion, the darker evenings, the hearty meals, the colder weather, the preparation for Christmas!… It might possibly be my…

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When you’re done having kids

When you’re done having kids

I always thought I wanted a big family – 4 kids at least! For us, it took a recent pregnancy and a miscarriage (of what would have been our third child) to realise that we…

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Dear blog, I’m sorry…

Dear blog, I’m sorry…

For abandoning you… Again. Running our own business left me with zero free time and my blog fell by the wayside. Well, we no longer have that business – We didn’t need it any more,…

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How to survive as a WAHM

How to survive as a WAHM

 It means Work-At-Home-Mum Delilah was just 5 weeks old when my partner and I decided to open our own Franchise. She’s now 19 weeks old and I’m proud to say,  I won’t be going back…

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A little look back at my 2016

A little look back at my 2016

Just wow. What an incredible year! It felt like it flew by and yet we managed to cram so much in! I spent the majority of the year enjoying an easy pregnancy, preparing myself mentally for…

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