Month: February 2020

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Parenting
Working mum

10 Ways to Prepare Your Child for School

    Starting school can be a difficult time for children. Every child is hesitant to go somewhere new and see people she’s never met before. Here are some helpful ways to prepare your child for her first day of school: 1. Let your child know what his schedule will be like. Tell him what […]

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Health
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Lifestyle

6 Weird Reasons To Wear a Menstrual Cup That Aren’t About Saving The Environment

      By Gabrielle Moss I’m sure that you’ve heard all the virtuous reasons that you should switch from tampons or pads to a menstrual cup — you’ll save money, you’ll help the environment, you’ll get to know your mysterious little lady flower a little better — but you might be surprised to find […]

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Health
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Lifestyle

Winter Darkness, Season Depression

Winter depression is still a mystery to scientists who study it. But researchers agree that people who suffer from seasonal affective disorder are particularly sensitive to light, or the lack of it.   A wistful feeling comes over us in late autumn, as the last remaining leaves drop, morning frosts cover the ground, and the […]

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Lifestyle
Travelling
Working mum

29 Tips and Tricks for Traveling the World with Kids

    Pulling off a great family vacation requires a lot of planning, patience and effort. You get better at all this the more you do it. You stay more focused on what’s important — and less on what’s not. I’ve traveled a lot with my kids — and learned a lot of lessons — […]

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Parenting with disabilities
Working mum

The Day My Life Changed – The day I lost my sight

I get asked a lot about how I lost my sight and the group it has the most impact on are young school aged children. This is not a story to engender pity, but to educate, to drive home that tragedy/accidents can happen anywhere. As a child we always think nothing bad can happen to […]

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Gossip
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Legend of the month

Anna Nicole Smith – Legend of the month

  Born on November 28, 1967, in Mexia, Texas, Anna Nicole Smith rose to fame as a model. She was named Playboy‘s Playmate of the Year in 1993. In 1994, she wed 89-year-old oil tycoon J. Howard Marshall II, who soon died. Smith spent years fighting for a share of her late husband’s estate. She […]

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Money
Parenting
Useful but boring
Working mum

Financial help and benefits for single parents

  By Karen Holmes, Welfare Benefits Specialist at the charity Turn2us According to official statistics, over a quarter of households with dependent children are single parent families and there are two million single parents in Britain today.* Sadly, children from single parent families are twice as likely to live in poverty as children from families with […]

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Lifestyle

Vindictive people – It is all mums fault

What makes people so vindictive and so willing to hurt others, especially those that have a connection with one another such as children? Do you get a thrill of knowing you know how to push just the right buttons to cause emotional pain to that person? You have situations such as couples having a child […]

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Gossip
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Congrats on baby number 4, Ayda and Robbie

Ayda and Robbie Williams celebrated Valentine’s Day in a very special way as they announced the birth of their fourth child. “On this Valentine’s Day, we would like to celebrate love in the most awesome way… Beau Benedict Enthoven Williams,” Ayda wrote in an Instagram post, sharing the couple’s good news with her followers. “As […]

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