You, me & ADHD

Parenthood has dealt us some unexpected hands over the years, and much of the path has been long and winding, sometimes with twists and turns and often, a total mystery. lost in the dark without a map.

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Getting stuck in to DIY repairs at home

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Have you ever wanted to be handier around the home? Are you sick of paying overpriced contractors to do something simple that even you could do? Or waiting for someone else in the house to get them done?

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Why Being An Adult Carer Is A Great Job For A Mum

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If you are a working mum, you can empathise with the fact that it’s hard to be both a mum and a career boss. Perhaps you have mastered the art of juggling both roles, but for most of us, learning how to do both is an ongoing process.

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How to make putting your health first easier

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When you’re a parent, naturally your whole life revolves around your little ones, and it’s often hard to make any time for yourself. This means that a lot of parents can often feel stuck in a rut when it comes to their health, feeling like they’re unable to make changes to enhance and improve their health.

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@BellaAndFrankUK kids clothing (review)

I have a pretty clear vision in my mind of what I want from a clothing brand for my kids. I want to shop ethically, to steer clear of fast fashion fixes which don’t survive the wear and tear of kid life and the 30 degree cycle.

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#KentParents how is your child’s resilience? #KCC @HeadstartKent survey needs you

As my daughters approach their teenage years, it’s becoming clearer just how important it is to nurture their resilience and wellbeing; to raise young adults with an appreciation for mental health and emotional intelligence. To support their development, each other, and the wider community around them in which they will certainly be touched by mental health issues.

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Lounge, Lounge, Sparkle with @FemmeLuxe

It’s the time of year when I would classically be scouring the net for sparkly frocks, festive bling and party bling to get the festive season started.

But this year, well, it’s 2020.

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Applying for new jobs as a Mum? 4 Top tips

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No matter your personal circumstances, applying for jobs can be difficult. However, if you are a ‘full-time mum’, who has to contend with raising children, keeping your house in check, and ensuring that you also find time for yourself – applying for jobs can sometimes seem impossible, especially when the process if so lengthy. 

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Apps and advice to support new parents

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Navigating the world of parenting can be difficult, especially if this is your first baby. Of course, there’s no one fits all solution to great parenting; it’s all about learning what works best for you and your child.

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The right childcare solution starts at

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As a parent, there are fewer issues which can be as difficult as finding childcare for your children.

It goes without saying that in an ideal world we would all be calling on our loved ones, Nannies, Grandads, Aunties and Uncles, sweeping in to have quality time with their beloved next gen, whipping up cupcakes whilst you go out to work, down the pub or anywhere else for that matter.

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