• A QUARTER OF US WAKE CRINGING AT EPIC FAILS OF NIGHTS OUT

    By on May 7, 2015
    Having experienced the Saturday from hell (I said hello down the great white telephone many times) after a Friday night of two much vodka!! I am now living as a hermit, never going out again and never speaking to anyone ever again whose path I crossed on Friday night – oh the shame!! The self loathing I feel from the […]
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  • The Prologue and Down The Rabbit Hole – first draft of new chapter ‘Looking For Mr Rabbit’

    By on April 16, 2015
    The publishing world of words can feel like a sausage machine. Writers quietly steel themselves away and pen tomes, reveal them to the world, readers devour them or ignore them unaware of the years of toil that has been invested in the pages. If a writer is successful they are expected to churn out bestseller after bestseller without any thought, […]
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  • National Bed Month: The Importance of Sleep

    By on March 25, 2015
    Every March, the Sleep Council remind everyone the importance of sleep for National Bed Month. Being its longest running campaign, they like to bring awareness to how to get a better night’s sleep. Here are some tips that are shared with the public throughout the month. Health Both mental and physical health can be affected by the amount of sleep […]
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  • Real Life: Tips For Supporting Your Kids During Military Away Time

    By on March 23, 2015
    A life connected to the military means a lot of time away for the serving partner. This is just the reality of life and to be honest I am used to it. Jules over at The Giggles Family has put together this fab post: http://www.thegigglesfamily.com/2015/03/tips-from-military-wives-helping.html with some top tips to help military partners cope with ‘away’ time be that deployment, exercise, training, […]
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  • Didn’t Breast Feed? Broccoli Is The Ultimate Maternal Compensator

    By on March 18, 2015
    According to new cock womble research, breastfed babies are more likely to turn into well-educated and higer-earning adults according to a long-term study in Brazil. ” Our study provides the first evidence that prolonged breastfeeding not only increases intelligence until at least the age of 30 years, but also has an impact both at an individual and societal level by […]
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  • How technology has changed all of our worlds!

    By on March 10, 2015
    No one has been unaffected by the rise of technology, even elderly people have iPhones and tablets. Technology has improved a lot of aspects of our lives and even made a lot of items, businesses and job roles obsolete. The invention of Google has given us access to practically any information at our fingertips. This kind of technology can be […]
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  • Five Health and Safety Items Every Family Should Have

    By on March 10, 2015
    There are certain health and safety mainstays that all families should have at home, and here’s a rundown of five of the most important. If you’re lacking any of these staples, now could be the time to take action. 1) First aid kits Anyone can suffer an injury at home, and youngsters are especially well versed in the art of […]
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  • Introducing Macnaughty – Lighter Brighter Times Ahead

    By on March 10, 2015
    Patience is not one of my virtues. I have so much vision, not enough budget and I am trying to do too much at once. So here’s the deal; I have to write that godamn pesky book – Looking For Mr Rabbit. This is now my priority and will remain my focus until the project is completed. In the meantime, I have […]
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  • Every Chef’s Dream Kitchen Layout

    By on March 2, 2015
    Whether you’re cooking up a storm for guests or simply putting together a simple tea for your family, it’s important that your kitchen looks and feels the part. You might have some clear ideas concerning what constitutes a great cooking space, and you’re not alone. Chefs up and down the land, from seasoned pro’s to enthusiastic amateurs, have strong opinions […]
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  • My Review of Fifty Shades of Grey – The Movie

    By on March 2, 2015
    There were moments when I didn’t think I was going to make it to the end. Yes, it’s that bad. I can’t even be arsed to transcribe the You Tube. Just watch it to find out. In summary: – I am old enough to distinguish between fact and fiction – I see Fifty Shades of Grey as a fictional piece […]
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