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Monthly Archives: January 2017

Fabulous Baby Inventions from Nuby – Review and Giveaway

Back at the end of December, it was a normal early evening at our house, where we were just entering ‘The Witching Hour’ – this hour is probably well known to parents of toddlers, it usually falls from 4pm onwards, when they’re a bit tired, a…

Superfood Green Breakfast Juice

Breakfast… the most important meal of the day. I often eat mine hours after I’ve got up, got the babies ready, done the nursery run, popped to the shops… by then I’m really craving some nutrition! I mentioned in my New Year Goals post…

Seven more ways to sprinkle kindness every day

I received an email today, which told me that.. Millions of people are now being called to complete kind acts in celebration of the 17th annual Random Acts of Kindness week. The Random Act of Kindness week is an initiative that’s run by The Random Acts of Kindness…

Flowers of Joy

If you follow me over on Instagram, you’ll know how much I love flowers. I used to think that having fresh flowers in the home was really quite extravagant. My thoughts on this have changed over the past year, and now I think having fresh flowers in the…

New Year Goals 2017

I do love a New Year. I am incredibly lucky that this is the third year in a row I’ve been on maternity leave in January… I didn’t quite plan it like that, but it’s worked out very well! Years ago, I&#8217…

Rainbows and Sprinkles and Shopping

Yesterday was ‘Blue Monday’, reported to be the most depressing day of the year. The weather is cold and grey, the Christmas decorations are long packed away. On the nursery run this morning, I saw a poor discarded Christmas tree in a lay-by. I was tempted to…

Three easy ways to make an extra £500 each month

I’ve always been interested in how people can make money online. And of course, since reducing my hours at work to juggle childcare, this is something I’ve been looking into more and more. There seem to be so many scams out there though, and I admit…

Coping as a single mum of two babies under the age of two

When I was pregnant with Alfie, a fair few people asked me ‘How will you cope?!’. I wasn’t fond of being asked that question, because I had no idea how I would cope. But I knew that I would, somehow. It was a more regular occurrence…