Postpartum hair loss in new Mothers

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After pregnancy, a new Mum may experience some form of hair loss. This hair loss may be extreme (in clumps) or may just be slightly thinning in some areas. Postpartum hair loss is a side effect that some new mothers face after giving birth to their new baby. Mothers can lose their hair for up to a year post delivery. With everything a new Mum is trying to adjust to, this is not something you want to have to worry about. 

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I had my Mum’s face put on a pair of socks

I spent ages trying to think of a witty, punchy title for this post, but in the end, what more is there to say? I had my Mum’s face put on a pair of socks.

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Attention Attention: Why I’m digging Rap in support of @EllenorCharity X @GTownTalents

You could ask what business a Mum Blogger has banging on about Rap music, and you would legit be spot on. I can’t pretend to be too down with the kids about this genre, in fact my limited knowledge stops at Tu-Pac and Notorious B.I.G.

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Working from home-school

I went back to work 12 months ago in a bid to change the scenery after five years as a stay at home Mum.

Needless to say in that time, working from home was an occasional benefit to juggle the work life balance of being a working Mum; when the kids were sick, to make it to open evening or because, erm, well, that’s about it really.

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Coronavirus Care: Wellness Tips to Try During Social Distancing

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Although the COVID-19 pandemic has only been prevalent for a few short months, the virus has severely impacted all parts of our life. Between the lives it has taken, to the influence it’s had on the way we work, interact, and socialize, everything has completely changed. As a result, most of us have no choice but to stay home for the time being and adjust to our new reality. 

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Five minutes peace – pocket sized parcels of giant sized fun with @EggNoggUK colouring-in

Seven weeks into ‘stay at home’ and I’ve learnt one or two things about keeping the kids entertained.

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Your lockdown, your way

I was thinking about writing a post today about all the positives in the Covid-19 pandemic of 2020, and then I had a moment of contemplation about how that might go down. After all, people are dying, people are alone, they are separated from loved ones and they are facing major financial crisis. Those things may not be happenning to me, but they are happenning.

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How to step back from work

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In general terms there are two kinds of people. Those who live to work, and those who work to live.

Some people absolutely love their jobs. They live for it. Others just go to work for the cash so that they can live their life outside of it. Whichever kind of person you are, sometimes it might be necessary for you to take a big step back.

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Livin’ La Vida Lockdown! Staying positive through the pandemic

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Do you feel like you’re struggling to stay positive? Heck, do you feel like you’re struggling to get through each day? Don’t worry, you’re far from alone.

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#HideTheBags The lockdown look @femmeluxefinery (AD)

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Five weeks ago, (or was it six?), I promised myself that I would get up at my usual time each day, make a moderate effort to look and therefore feel ready for the day, despite the strange circumstances being imposed.

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