Thinking back to when we expanded our family to a family of six, we were on the look out for a bigger car! We obviously needed a seat for everyone but also needed space for a pushchair and all the other paraphernalia that comes with having four children…including a guitar played by our eldest.
Here’s part one of our hunt for a suitable family car, the Mitsubishi Outlander.
Perceptions I find, can be strange things.
We are all guilty no doubt of having a perception of someone that turned out to be so inaccurate you feel embarrassed and a little stupid for missing the reality.
Bathtimes can be a bit of a luxury for busy mummies. I do love a good bath. It’s a great way to relax. I always end up having to have a bath really late though, otherwise I get a ton of little visitors wanting to either join me, chat or sit on the toilet for […]
Work-life balance – one of those phrases we hear a lot these days. Companies use this to try an entice people to work for them, employers use the phrase to get that stamp of approval from Investors in People, and so many of us search for it. How much do you think about the ways […]
How did you sleep during your pregnancy? The average mum-to-be can expect to get just five hours of sleep a night during her pregnancy, it has emerged. Researchers who carried out a detailed study found overall nine in ten suffered from a lack of sleep while one in five endured ‘extremely disrupted’ nights. It’s not […]
Stay at home parents wanting to make a return to the workplace face quite a few challenges. The team at www.theanswercentre.co.uk are on hand to share their personal tips and advice for getting back out into the workplace following a break to raise your children. 1: Define why you want to return to work Knowing […]
Females are often hardwired to nurture, give advice, and at times judge. We are all human at the end of the day and we each have our flaws, and our preferred ways of doing things, but sometimes the advice we get, or maybe a comment we have overheard really gets to us. There is no […]
Body shaming mothers after the birth of their baby and a continued amount of time afterwards – not something I ever thought I would be writing about but having seen a number of things of social media recently, this is clearly quite an issue. The definition of body shaming is the practice of making critical, potentially humiliating […]