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10 Things Every Mother Is Sick of Her Friends Saying

July 1, 2015 4:37 pm1 comment
10 Things Every Mother Is Sick of Her Friends Saying

As the only mother in my friendship group.. My friends often don’t realize the way us mother feel about certain things.     1. Want to come on a girls holiday? This weekend? *face-palm* No, unfortunately I cannot just abandon my responsibility because its a weekend   2. Your like […]

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4 Hardest Things About Being a Mum

June 27, 2015 3:10 pm0 comments
4 Hardest Things About Being a Mum

Motherhood. One minute you’re pregnant and the next you’re a feeding, changing machine, expected to be an expert in all things baby related from soothing a teething child to potty training and tantrums… all while your emotions and hormones are through the roof! As a mother of a toddler and a […]

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Smoking Ban In Cars Carrying Children Voiced In More US States

April 17, 2015 9:00 am0 comments
Smoking Ban In Cars Carrying Children Voiced In More US States

The agreed smoking ban to take effect in England on 1 October, was hailed by the chief medical officer, Prof Dame Sally Davies, as a considerable triumph for protecting youngster’s health from secondary smoke. Members of parliament voted for the measure, which won by 342 to 74 votes. Prof Kevin […]

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The anti-social behaviour derived from social media

October 29, 2014 4:30 pm1 comment
Kids obsessed with their computers rather than socialising with each other.

London is a city of ghosts. Texting ghosts, eyes downcast on a thwarted social media reality. Facebook friends, tweet me this tweet me that, link me up for that job of a lifetime opportunity, all the while walking past me. Come rain or shine, their mobile phones clutched tightly in […]

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Children’s Mental Health Harmed By Lack of Play

November 29, 2013 3:48 pm0 comments
Children’s Mental Health Harmed By Lack of Play

Studies show that there’s a clear link between outdoor games and body confidence. According to Dr Papadopoulos, one-quarter of seven year-old girls have tried to lose weight and one-third of eight to twelve year-old boys are dieting. Physical activity has been shown to boost emotional fortitude and self-esteem. But 28% […]

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The (horrifying) idea of potentially becoming a father

September 16, 2013 6:27 pm0 comments
The (horrifying) idea of potentially becoming a father

The idea of fatherhood, for me, is a prospect that I see/hope may never happen to me. Fingers crossed. I am not saying that I wouldn’t like to pass on my talents, which are… I’ll get back to you on that. But the idea of having and making a baby is an […]

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Slum Dogs

August 20, 2013 10:17 pm0 comments
Slum Dogs

As her reputation goes India is beautiful, smelly, noisy and she houses an awful lot of people, a sixth of the worlds population. Within Indias’ huge 1.2billion population coming up to a sixth of them live in the squalor of slums. They line transport links whether outside Mumbais’ International Terminal […]

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Monsters University – A Review

July 6, 2013 5:14 pm0 comments
Monsters University – A Review

Pixar’s Monsters University is the prequel to Monsters INC. It was a weird choice for Pixar to make this film now since there was no real demand for it like there was for the Toy Story and Cars franchises. It is especially odd as Pixar have released Monsters University now; […]

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