4 Steps To Fake An Influence On Instagram (And Hate It At The …

Instagram was always my favorite platform; that was, until the algorithm changed, and it became only that. A platform. With the change in algorithm came a change in the way I used the popular social media network, and with it, a change in the enjoyment I got from it in the first place. If you’ve been living under a rock – or you have more sense than to waste away on Instagram like the best of us – Instagram altered…
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Weaning Made Simple | Vital Baby 2 in 1 Steam And Blend Review

Weaning with your first child can be a bit of a minefield. With so many options, so many opinions and no experience to fall back on, it’s easy to fall into the trap of buying pre-packaged pouches after pre-packaged pouches. I did, for the first 3 months, until I discovered the Vital Baby 2 in 1 Steam and Blend and realized I was throwing away money every single week when there was a simple solution. From the moment we began…
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‘Full-Time Parent’ Is NOT an Occupation (But It’s Still Bloody Difficult)

A year ago, I couldn’t help but roll my eyes at anyone who claimed their job title to be a stay-at-home parent. It cropped up on Facebook time and time again: ‘Occupation: Full Time Mumma’. Being the judgmental person I was (and probably still am, albeit for different things), I’d automatically assume those who worked as a parent were lazy. ‘Mum’ was not a job-title, it was a life change, a hard one, but one that should marry alongside a…
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5 Mistakes I Made On Maternity Leave: Hindsight Is A Wonderful Thing

Tomorrow marks my return to work. It’s been coming for a long time, but only as my six month long maternity leave comes to an end can I truly realize how much I will miss it. I’ll miss the little moments, the fleeting cuddles and the ease of fitting in a stroll around the shops. Hindsight is a wonderful thing, and only now can I look back and be aware of the mistakes I’ve made on my ‘extended holiday’ with…
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On My List: APRIL Home Essentials | Feature Walls, Plants and Piece Of …

The early stages of decorating an entire house is no more than an excuse to write excessive homeware wish-lists, or at least, it is for me. We have now reached the stage where the construction work is complete, and I can actually make use of the lists I’ve created over the last month. In April, my home essentials were less essential, and more sporadic. My mind has been all over the place, and I can’t seem to focus in on…
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