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I don’t know about you, but these Easter holidays are doing me in!  And it got me thinking… Has covering dark circles under your eyes starting to consume a lot of your time? Worried how tired you’ll look at the school gates or concerned about that skin above your eye lid looking a little baggy? Is the strain of motherhood starting to show in your face? Inevitably we’re all getting older and of course we’re all worried about looking older too.  Becoming a mother has definitely made me notice the dark

  How many times have you asked if someone has done something – and they’ve automatically replied with a very common expression;  “I haven’t got around to it yet”. Loads right? It’s a sentence used by too many too often on a daily basis – whether it’s from my husband, my kids, the man at the postoffice, the lady I’m eavesdropping on the bus – and even myself! We’re all stopping ourselves from doing what we want to do – because we haven’t got around to it yet. It could be

  Hack’s are a wonderful thing – if there is anything out there that can make my life as a mother – and a woman a little easier then I’m all over it.  This week I want to share a hack with you that came up in conversation with another parent over a Sunday roast.  You may already know this hack and if so, you’ll know how beneficial it is.  If this is news to you, you’re in for an eye opener…   If you have a child and a smart

Drum roll … my first blog post! I know, I know another bloody blog right?  According to recent statistics 50,000 blogs are launched on WordPress every day.  So what makes mine different? Maybe nothing…maybe everything.  It’s for you to decide.  It’s basically up to you if  you think MSGI is worth subscribing to or not.  Don’t worry I won’t be offended if this isn’t your cup of tea! Thanks for reading this far already – grab a glass of wine, kick back (when your kids are asleep) and enjoy the introduction read…

There are many wonderful books out there that educate you how to get pregnant, how to be pregnant, how to give birth, how to breast feed, how to raise a baby etc etc.  They are all fabulous in their own right and have helped me along my parenting journey, of course.  My favourite ones (if you were wondering) for pregnancy; Ina May’s Guide to Childbirth  and when your baby is born Your Baby Week by Week  by Simone Cave and Dr Caroline Fertleman.  These were my go-to bibles that I read religiously. However,

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