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Becoming a mother is an absolute gift…   One of the many great thing about becoming a mother, is we also gain a day where mothers are celebrated – a day just for us!  A day where we can have a lay in, get pampered and treat ourselves without any guilt whatsoever!  Bliss! Sometimes I think Mothers Day is better than my birthday – I can literally use the ‘Mother’s Day’ card all day!  You can’t argue with that! I like to treat myself to a gift on our ‘second

This month’s ‘Mama Of The Month’ is dedicated to the brains and brilliance behind the one and only ‘PIZZUP’ – a fantastic night out for mothers… Lorna Hayward aka @mrshhayward from The Mumblings put on her first ‘PIZZUP’ in April 2017 with a handful of women.  This December she pulled off a night to remember with 300 mums with legendary DJ Luck and MC Neat… For one night, mothers (including myself) left ‘responsibility’ at home, let their hair down, put on a fabulous dress, drank prosecco, ate pizza, met with

You may just be gearing up for your Christmas party or even a New Years Eve party (where did you get your baby sitter from?) and want a change from your usual everyday look – which I’m all over!  I love a good transformation and this one is gold when it comes to a night out with your girls, or your partner. Let’s bring sexy eyes back… Here are a few tips to follow when applying a smokey eye that I have learnt over the years of sitting in the

The next in the entrepreneur MAMA OF THE MONTH series is about Michelle Kennedy.  You may have heard of an app called Peanut – where like minded mothers can ‘meet as mama’s, connect as women’.   A huge success, but what are Michelle’s secrets and advice about starting a business of your own? Read on… Tell us a little bit about yourself – name, where you’re from, number of children etc. Michelle Kennedy I grew up in Peterborough, but my mom is from Ireland, and Dad is from Scotland, so

As a model, the idea of putting clothes on an off should come extremely natural to me and something that I enjoy.   I didn’t when it came to jean shopping – until recently. I’m a curvy size 14/16 woman and the thought of going shopping for jeans used to fill me with dread. They were either too short in the leg, too short in the body, arse crack on display, ankle swingers, too skinny, or made me feel like an elephant.   And lets face it – the mirrors

This Friday September 22nd is National Jeans for Genes day – a charity raising awareness for millions of children in the U.K. Born with genetic disorders. Everybody in the UK will (fingers crossed) be wearing jeans and raising money towards the Jeans for Genes charity. I’ll be doing my part by talking with TV presenter Gaby Roslin and fashion blogger Pascale aka Style_Mum at Cover Up in East Sheen in association with Mos Mosh jeans and the Brand Ambassadors. If you’re a curvy girl like me (I’m a size 14/16) I sometimes find it difficult to

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