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Charity Shopping: The Dos And Don’ts

October 26, 2015

Being a mum doesn’t mean you have to stop being fashionable or checking care in the way you dress. For all mums reading this, there are great ways to shop on a budget and still look your best. At the minute, the most popular is charity shop shopping. The bargains are insane, and some of the products are better than the stuff you can buy from the high street. Above …

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Review: Most fabulous for reviving you and your hair: Shine, Brighton

July 14, 2014

The Finished Look by Shine, BrightonSo why is Shine so worthy of a fabulous badge?Shine is a Hair Salon on the outskirts of the very cool North Laines, Brighton with a small Aveda Beauty Salon inside.  They pride themselves on making your appointment dedicated to you and your relaxation, as well as tailored hair styling to suit your individual needs and personal touches to make a difference.  The result?  They …

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Open Up Their Imaginations and Teach With a Personalised Book

December 11, 2015

I love to read (when I get the chance), and have always been encouraged to do so from an early age by my mother.  She used to read mountains of books to me, bringing to life the story with her illustrative voice and choosing stories I could learn from.  My mum would often ask me at the end, ‘and the moral of the story is..?’ Which prompted me to think about the lessons …

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Welcome to #MumCheats! Our New Linky…

December 23, 2015

Welcome to our brand, spanking new linky for parent bloggers and vloggers, #MumCheats! Every month, the lovely and awesome Natasha Bailie and I will collaborate to bring you a new and exciting topic to get involved with, while giving you tons of inspiration (hopefully) while we’re at it. I met Natasha, a refreshingly honest parenting blogger and vlogger, a few months back. A few flat whites and an instant connection later, …

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My Top Four End of Term Gift Ideas for Teachers

October 17, 2017

Recently, my son started school for the first time and with that, we all entered a whole new world.  I’m not just talking about the epicness of my child being at the age and stage in life where he goes to school (how did we get there?  Time flies), but the beginnings of school gate politics, school reports, extracurricular activities and teacher / parent social norms. Giving gifts to teachers …

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Maternity Outfit Ideas for Work & Everyday

September 4, 2017

As part of my maternity fashion video sries with Secret Saviours, the award-winning stretch mark prevention system for pregnant women, my final video focuses on maternity outfits for work, and how to look like you, look professional but also feel comfortable and cool.  I also look at outfit ideas for every day since, when you’re pregnant (and even when you’re not), daily inspiration is always needed, and pulling looks together …

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Maternity Fashion Tips for Each Trimester

August 29, 2017

As part of my maternity fashion video series with Secret Saviours, the award-winning stretch mark prevention system for pregnant women, my third video focuses on how to dress throughout the trimesters, what with your body shape forever-changing! In summary; Trimester 1 – personally, I wanted the safety net of the 12-week scan before announcing my pregnancy to the world and so, to avoid suspicious looks and probing questions, I dressed …

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Maternity Fitness Wear Ideas

August 29, 2017

Me during my second pregnancy wearing FittaMamma As part of my maternity fashion video series with Secret Saviours, the award-winning stretch mark prevention system for pregnant women, my fourth video focuses on what to wear to workout in while you’re pregnant, an occasion that is tough to dress for and tough to action!..but so important to get right. The correct support for your body has never been more important than …

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