Category Archives: Women

What Mum did next

So imagine this. The day before I made bold moves to do some of the things I loved. I ate some great food, looked up some art, saw my daughter in her first ever play, downloaded some music, went out … Continue reading

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What Mum did on her day off

I’ll set the scene. I’m married. I’ve got kids. 4 and a 2 year old. I work 5 days a week. Most of my money goes on childcare, which is the equivalent of 2 mortgages. I help run a church … Continue reading

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1st Day. 1st Week.

So. How was my first day. My first week? I want to be candid but certain people read my blog. Ha! ┬áMust be careful! First day. I didn’t feel overly welcomed which is sad and disappointing but I’m a big … Continue reading

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The Mat-Leave-Mourn

It was a sombre day yesterday. Literally a bit like a funeral. Highly emotional, all just a bit… sad. Constantly on the brink of a tear. As if to underline the mood, the heavens opened up and we had rain … Continue reading

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The female – mother metamorphosis

I’ve been thinking about writing this for years. Literally years. I’m sure I’ll wind-up offending someone, but I gotta write it – so here goes. We as the human race can all endure challenges and life changing events. Yet child … Continue reading

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