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When you become a mother your life is no longer your own. You are on constant call 24/7, weekends, holidays, non-stop, all day every day. There is a huge amount of pressure to get it right for your children. Making … Continue reading →
We’ve all shamelessly done it. Don’t even try to deny it. We’ve all made sure no one was about before throwing a handful of battered delight into the air for hungry bellies. Savages of the sea they sit in wait … Continue reading →
What Doesn’t Kill You…The Highs, Lows and Unexpected Gifts of Surviving Cancer By Rachel Haynes (Review)
Cancer. It’s such an ugly word. Wouldn’t you agree dear reader? The mere mention of it on one’s lips signals pain, uncertainty and death. It changes lives in seconds and spreads quicker than runny icing on an stale fruitcake. It … Continue reading →
Identity. It’s a tricky one isn’t it. They say you have to find your identity don’t they? Find out who you are, discover oneself and be proud to be you. But is it really that easy when we live in … Continue reading →
Close your eyes dear reader. Take a deep breath. In…and out…repeat a few more times until you feel a sense of calm. Let your mind gently drift you to a place filled with laughter, love and life. Birds are singing, … Continue reading →
The Best, Most Awful Job Twenty Writers Talk Honestly About Motherhood Edited By Katherine May Review (Random Things Tours)
It’s funny how two small pink lines can change your life. Things will never be the same again. A lifetime of “Mum, mum, mum, MUM!” awaits you as does your ever growing tolerance of Peppa Pig and Baby Shark as … Continue reading →
As a parent you spend 99% of your time worrying. You worry if you are raising your children right, feeding them enough healthy food, giving them enough attention, it’s tough. Thankfully we live in a world where books exist that … Continue reading →