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Louise Boyce

It’s that time of month again and Aunt Flo is here to irritate us again like an unwanted house guest that never seems to subside.   Can periods really get better?  They did for me. I’ve been wanting to talk about periods and what methods you use for a while now.  For me, the last 23 years I’ve always relied on tampons and pads.   They’ve repeatedly served me well until after I gave birth.  Tampon’s weren’t as comfortable as they were before I gave birth and I found myself

This month’s ‘Mama Of The Month’ is all about Emma @emplus4 and her incredible journey with love, children (including triplets), IVF, cancer, survival and a new book! What an absolute inspiration and I’m so pleased she is featured on these series.   Here are a few things you didn’t know about her.. enjoy the read!   1. Who are you? Name? Where you’re from? Kids etc? I’m Emma Campbell and I’m from Wandsworth, South London. I have a teenage son, Jake who is 15 and triplets – Ella, Louis and

One of the reasons I started my blog, ‘Mama Still Got It’ is because after my children were born I went through a phase of feeling completely and utterly blah, mixed with a bit of self doubt.  I didn’t have postnatal depression, I would just say motherhood was starting to take its toll on me. It wasn’t an immediate feeling of blah – it’s something that crept up on me over time… like watching a time lapse of a flower blooming on a nature program, but the flower was in

This month’s mama is dedicated to Emma @mamaandtbear –  mother of 18 month old Teddy who has been diagnosed with stage 4 rare and aggressive form of cancer called Neuroblastoma.  They have 3 months to raise £400,000 for a chance of survival.  Emma is hoping this interview will raise more awareness and donations, so please read on, share and donate. Tell us a little bit about yourself, name, occupation, children etc. I’m Emma Mayo and I live in South East London with my fiance Jamie, my 18 month old son

Six years ago I became a mother.  I remember every single detail of my labour – which I was told I would forget.  Luckily I haven’t blocked it out… The reason  I wanted to write this story is simply because, in my opinion there are too many stories out there about giving birth that are terrifying.  When I was pregnant, I was shocked with the amount of mothers who would want to tell me how awful their labour was.  I was left looking like a rabbit in headlights after certain

‘Is it possible to live without alcohol in a world where you’re more likely to be offered a glass of wine at a playdate then a cup of tea?  Where Instagram is filled with references to ‘wine o’clock’?  Where every social event is fuelled by gallons of booze?’ I decided to try out being sober for a month – and on my journey I read a book called The Sober Diaries written by Clare Pooley – who I then found on Instagram and fell in love with her wit, wisdom

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