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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

Wow wow wow!! What an incredible night last night at the Little London Awards in Belgravia! Before I go any further with this, I want to say a massive THANK YOU to everyone who voted for me – without you I wouldn’t be  typing away at my computer every week and sending emails to you… so you are very much appreciated! I was definitely the underdog in my category as ‘Best Blogger’, being up against incredible bloggers such as Dress Like A Mum, The EVB Edit and The Dad Network…

Are you constantly feeling tired?  Silly question right, you’re a mother after all – it’s your God given right to be tired!   If you feel drained on a regular basis, it’s time to take a deeper look as to why – and make some simple changes to your lifestyle. Four months ago I felt like my knuckles were dragging on the floor behind me as I walked to collect my kids from school and nursery – and the idea of doing the bedtime routine exhausted me.  I tracked down

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

The next quarter of the MOTM sequence is dedicated to all the mama’s who quit their steady and secure jobs and started working freelance, or started their own companies to work around their children.  It’s more common that you think… First up is makeup artist SARAH EDWARDS-KNIGHT – who was head makeup artist at Sky TV then decided to move into the freelance world to spend more time with her kids.  And now that they are home schooling, flexibility is so important! 1. Tell us a little bit about yourself, where

Life can get slightly monotonous… We fall into routines, we become machines and we perhaps don’t make time for ourselves as much as we would like – that pile of laundry isn’t going to iron itself – and let’s face it, homework is for us parents -not so much the kids! You get my drift. My blog’s tagline, as you know is ‘Written for mothers, read by women’.  So one day last week, I decided to stop spinning so many plates and take some time out for myself… as a

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