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It’s been a while since we brought a product review to you, but hopefully worth the wait… Read more →
Whether it’s one hour or half an hour, finding something to do during lunch that can help you stay on top of things, and distress ca be challenging.
Here are some ideas that won’t break the bank: Read more →
Mornings don’t need to be stressful – seriously. Even if you have a family of 10, there are some measures you can put in place to make sure everything runs smoothly from the alarm clock going off in the morning to when you’ve finished the morning school or childcare run.
Here they are: Read more →
Sometimes, with all the best will in the world, you can get caught up in office politics without even wanting to. Here are a few pointers to help you stay out of trouble’s way. Read more →
It’s fine when your children are preschool age – you can sing nursery rhymes in the car and say the alphabet together while on your travels.
But when they’re school age and have homework to do – and need your help – that’s when the real fun starts. Read more →
If you’ve suffered from indigestion before, you’ll know it’s quite an uncomfortable, and often excruciating pain in the chest and upper abdomen. If you’re pregnant, and working, it can be even more uncomfortable, as you’re expected to work through your discomfort and get on with the day’s work. Read more →
On paper, you should be minted, but in reality, you barely have enough money to buy teabags…if that sounds like your situation, then you really do need to hear these tips about improving cash-flow: Read more →
On paper, it sounds like a dream – you have your skill set and need someone with another area of experience and interest, and you’d like to work with them to reduce your costs. Read more →
Nothing can put things into perspective than a book that really knows how to tick the boxes and tell you what to do when you or your life really isn’t ticking the boxes you need it to.
That’s why we love Time Management for Manic Mums, by Allison Mitchell (grab yourself a copy from Amazon, or WHSmiths). The chapter, ‘The Seven deadly Sins of Time Management’ resounds with many people, not just working mums – here they are: Read more →
A very popular procedure that many women choose to undertake is a breast augmentation, with thousands of women opting to go under the knife each year. Read more →
Crowdfunding, in simple terms, is a way of raising money from lots of people via a website. It started in the US in 1997, and has gradually crossed over to the UK. Read more →
Alarm clock goes, you press snooze, oversleep, wake up and realise that you’re nearly half an hour behind schedule and start rallying the troops…it’s the story of many busy working mums’ lives, so comfort yourself with the fact that you’re not on your own.
All the rushing around might burn the odd calorie, but it really won’t help with your blood pressure. So, what can you do about it? Here are some tips. Read more →
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