How to overcome the overload

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Why in 2017 do so many of us feel overloaded? Our heads are full of lists and reminders and stories and play dates and emails. Our days are full, our bodies are tired and yet we’re pretty certain this is meant to be progress. I’ve created something that I believe can help overcome the overload because I know from experience the struggle … Read More

5 Ways to Organise Your News Feed

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Organising my news feed has been on my list for ages. I tried a while ago then dejected by the enormity of the task decided not to bother. How frustrating is it though when you get a golden ten minutes then realise you have spent it reading about someone else’s holiday on Facebook or scrolling through random news stories that … Read More

The best online courses for mothers

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So you’ve heard of Mooc’s right? No? Gosh they’re all the rage right now (says whilst quickly reminding herself what the hell they are again –massive open online courses apparently). There has been a huge increase in online courses over recent years, which is transforming the way people learn and I believe having a really positive impact on the accessibility … Read More

A Mum’s Digital Detox

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Working for myself and using social media for my business means that I’ve started to have an issue with blurred boundaries. It’s not a massive issue currently but I can see that it has potential so I am taking action. Largely in the form of a week long digital detox holiday with a pool and sunshine and large quantities of … Read More

Why we shouldn’t all do Yoga at 5am

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“I just don’t think I can get up at 5am to do Yoga” said my lovely friend clutching a large glass of something alcoholic. A conversation at the weekend got me thinking. There were 4 of us round the table, all mothers with children of varying numbers and ages, all under 5. One asked the group “I really need to … Read More