Monday: The Non-Existent Day Of Dieting, Organisation and Accomplishment

The month of May has been a lost one, for more reasons than one. We’ve been living in a never ending cycle of sickness bugs, infections, and the mundane reality of the return to work. Between the three of us, we’ve caught more colds than I can count on one hand, had a bout of tonsillitis, a bad case of man flu, one chest infection and the littlest is now currently fighting off Bronchiolitis. We’re all sick, and it feels…
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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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