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Men, relationships and other children after the loss of a baby

This feature from www.midwivesonline.com really struck a chord with me as I remember very vividly the loss of my sister from cot death when she was 3 months old. I was only 5 years old at the time and my parents themselves were so very young. The hardest part being the surviving child is that you can’t fully comprehend why your parents are so distraught and emotionally unavailable. Reading this ar... Read More »

I survived a 9-day body overhaul with Forever Living – Days 1-5

It was tough, I am not going to lie. However, the thought of staying stuck in a rut with the full knowledge that my eating habits were far from healthy, was far more painful. In fact, ever since I had my first child almost eight years ago (I now have three children), I have been unhappy with my out-of-shape body. I wasn’t finding the time to exercise, and I lacked the willpower to choose the righ... Read More »

I survived a 9 day body overhaul with Forever Living – Day 6-9

>> Continued from Day 1 -5 Day 6 Whatever caught me off guard yesterday had vanished. I spent the day bouncing around and getting back into the groove of things. The Aloe Vera Gel still tastes a bit bitter and harsh, but it has become part of the daily routine and feeling the benefits makes it easier to handle. Sundays’ are usually really busy with the kids, so I kind of expected to feel qui... Read More »

Worried about digital burnout in your children? OnTheMovies has it in hand…

Worried about digital burnout in your children? OnTheMovies has it in hand…

At some point in time, your child if they haven’t already got one will be pestering you for their own tablet or worse, snatching away and throwing tantrums at every opportunity to get yours out of your hands. Unfortunately, playing outdoors and living in a tech-free environment is a thing of the past and as I have found, tech has become integrated into my children’t lives whether I lik... Read More »

Cat in a shark costume proves that the EU Ban on high powered vacuum cleaners doesn’t have to suck!

Cat in a shark costume proves that the EU Ban on high powered vacuum cleaners doesn’t have to suck!

First things first, here’s a picture of ‘Shark Cat meeting Shark Baby’ Image source: Huffington Post The panic buying of high-powered vacuum cleaners has now slowed but boosted sales volumes for these products with a massive 10.3% increase on last year, according to the ONS. A massive rush on the most powerful models. Hoover Hurricane, Samsung CycloneForce Sensor, Cylinder bagless Vax ... Read More »

School Dinners Getting Grimmer

We’re a bit of a foodie bunch in our house, we’re very lucky to have 2 kids who will eat pretty much anything. We’ve tried our best to teach them about the importance of a good healthy diet and as a result they’ll happily eat any veg and aren’t little salad dodging monsters! Our school dinners up until now have been pretty darn good. They were getting seemingly balanc... Read More »

21 ‘Easy Ways’ To Make Extra Christmas Cash You May Not Have Thought Of

  According to recent research, each adult in the UK spends an average of £445 on Christmas gifts, and that money has to come from somewhere. However, if you don’t have much spare cash to set aside why not earn your Christmas budget instead? Here are 21 clever- and easy- ways to make extra cash that you might not have thought of. 1. Become a ‘Task Rabbit TaskRabbit is a site where people pos... Read More »

11 Money Saving ‘Life Hacks’ That Could Save You A Fortune

11 Money Saving ‘Life Hacks’ That Could Save You A Fortune

If you thought saving money involved hard work and sacrifice, think again. These amazingly clever life hacks could save you hundreds of pounds at the click of a button. Others are actually much easier than the more expensive alternative, saving you both time and a lot of money. One thing’s for sure: you really can’t afford to skip this article.   1. Buy gift cards at a discount and then use them y... Read More »

Put Your Neck on the Line

I’ve got a thing about necklines. It’s a relatively new obsession which peeked when I trained as a stylist. As a teenager I had a thing about my bottom and shopped for it over and above any other part of my body. Now, I’m too busy to worry about those parts of my anatomy I can’t see (which is why I’ll never regret my tattoo) and so my focus is on the top half – the frontage rather than the erm, ba... Read More »

How to make quick cash from the comfort of your home

How to make quick cash from the comfort of your home

With the kids back to school and the cost still burning a hole in many pockets, us parents have a short reprieve until the next onslaught of spend descends upon us. Christmas! MyFamilyClub team of writers have put together a brilliant eBook called “25 quick ways to make money from home“ – all of which can fit around your (already hectic!) lifestyle. Who doesn’t want to make a bit... Read More »

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