Tag Archives: Mums

Why women feel guilty all the time – or at least once a day!

Last weekend we had the third and final session of our first More than a Mum course.  It has been a brilliant experience and we have both got a lot out of running the course as well as having lots of fun.  We met a fab group of mums who were all really quite different.  However, one thing united us

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Mums ‘me-time’ is just 26 minutes!!

The ‘Changing Face of Motherhood’ is a major research project undertaken by P&G in conjunction with the SIRC (Social Issues Research Centre). The research covered a range of topics including how today’s mums feel they’re valued by society and about raising their children compared to previous generations. Amongst some other really interesting findings (see here) the research found that the

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Pelvic Floor Exercises (or… You must have pissed yourself laughing…)

I am going to share a little more about me than I ought to in this post.  (I’ve had a few glasses of wine!) This evening I have realised that the phrase, “you must have pissed yourself laughing” can only have come from a woman… Yes, I am talking about the lack of pelvic floor muscles I have post baby. 

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That’s what (mummy) friends are for

My part-time work is in media and today I was forwarded some very interesting findings from some research by Bauer Media into the women’s market.  Bauer Media own more than 80 influential radio, magazine, TV and online UK media brands, including heat, GRAZIA, Closer, FHM.  The research aimed to help advertisers find new ways to influence the conversation of British

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Working Mum V Stay at home Mum

It is with slight apprehension that I begin to write a blog post on Stay at home mums V working Mums.  Mainly because, like most things in life, I don’t believe there is a firm black or white, right or wrong answer.  However, today I saw the Myleene Klass Yahoo channel ‘Bumps, Babies & Beyond’ programme and it was discussing

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