I launched. And I learned.

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This time last week I was on cloud 9, cushioned, floating, buoyed by 30 breaths of fresh air from 30 wonderful women who attended my book launch. Now I’m back on terra firma, but my head is still in the … Continued

Take time to Just Be

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I’m sitting on the couch, babes in arms, listening to the sweet sound of their breathing, feeling the sweet warmth of their skin against mine, basking in a glow of love. The rain is falling outside, but the birds are … Continued

Raw cacao & berry tortes

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I just looked at my calendar. Help! I need to maximise every spare moment to get everything done. Ce la vie; the life of a working, dream-chasing mum, right!? Here’s what I saw…   Friday – littlest daughter Lily’s 3rd … Continued

My book – the back story

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This time next week my book will be released. So now seems a good time to share the back story; how this book came to be. Because, you see, I’m not a writer.   I’m a mummy with two pre-school … Continued

Double fruit drops, delish!

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Life is hectic right now as I count down to the release of my book. There’s less than 3 weeks to go and so much to do! But, I always try to find time for the things I love: food, … Continued

One yoga pose to do today

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Are you tired, mummy? Stop. Do this now. And get into the habit of doing it at the end of every day.   I am very tired after months of working on this project, Dear Mummy, getting it ready to … Continued

7 ways to be your best you

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Where to start with my motivational blog posts? Where better, than with an excerpt from my book ‘Dear Mummy, You’re Important Too‘ (coming soon). I’m in the midst of the finishing touches and as I read… and re-read… and re-read … Continued

Take comfort in French onion soup

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  In our busy life with all our mummy responsibilities, there is comfort in the familiiar.   There’s not much more familiar than an onion. And not much that’s more comforting to me than French onion soup (except lasagne and … Continued

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