Pregnancy - and especially your first pregnancy - can be a daunting experience. As a self-certified hypochondriac, even the smallest ailment is enough to to send my worry-levels into overdrive, so as you can imagine, when 'with bump' this was a million times worse.
Wednesday saw me slide (literally) as the roads were so icy over to STEP in Leeds, a charity committed to helping the elderly.
I've been on the receiving end of 'Mean Girl' style behaviour in the past and I bet you have too.
Being a mum can be isolating experience.
So today I popped over to one of my all-time favourite blogs, The Joy Chaser, written by my good pal Michelle, who never fails to inspire and spread joy through her words-and this post of her's HERE stopped me in my tracks and reminded me of the importance of fighting our fears.
Last week I had the absolute honour of hosting a workshop with my close friend and business partner Jessica Huie MBE on 'Turning Passion Into Pounds'.
I'm excited to announce that I'm hosting an event with Stylist Magazine on Friday the 27th of November as part of their popular Reclaim Your Lunch Campaign!
Today (Oct 2nd) is World Smile Day, a day coined by Harvey Ball - the creator of the iconic smiley face no less! An emoji before phones and computers even existed! :) To mark World Smile Day, Primula Cheese are working with Make-A-Wish® UK to raise funds to help grant magical wishes to children fighting life-threatening conditions.
Britmums Live, the biggest parenting conference in the UK was a complete and utter whirlwind this weekend just gone, and as you can gather from the title, a wonderful one at that.
Hey guys, thanks for another ah-mazing week last week for #brilliantblogposts, you lot blow me away with your talent and overwhelming support for me, and this blog, so thanks to each and every one of you.
I can't live without the strong female friendships in my life.
Once in a while, someone comes up with an idea that is supremely unique, fantastic in its simplicity and 100 fold more powerful than anything that has gone before it. Lisa Warner had such an idea.
People keep referring to me (kindly) as Superwoman (if only I looked that good in lycra-wait-a-minute who my kidding, I'd NEVER wear lycra) but truth be told, I'm asked quite a bit 'How do you do it?' so I thought I'd blog exactly how!
Every week, grandmother of two Sylvia makes the long 50-mile round trip to bring her 4 year-old granddaughter Zoe to one of the Royal London Society for Blind People’s parent and toddler groups for blind and partially sighted babies and toddlers.