How to use social media more efficiently

Blogging and social media go hand in hand, but how do you limit the time you spend while making it really work for you? Most people will spend time on their favourite social media for fun, but when it comes to using it for blogging and showcasing your brand it makes sense to be savvy.…

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Holiday Makers: Mums share more summer fun ideas #ad

  Summer can be full of all kinds of fun things – family games, picnics outdoors – and not-so-great things – the kids vegging in front of screens, unlearning everything they know from school. Then it can be full of all kinds of surprising things that keep kids excited, engaged and learning – spaghetti bridges,…

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Holiday Makers: How kids tackle a desert island challenge #ad

The Year of Engineering is a Government campaign that sets out to change our perceptions of engineering. It shows parents all kinds of things that engineering incorporates, that it’s a creative, varied career that shapes the world around us. Many children are natural engineers, using skills like problem-solving and curiosity about the world to make…

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Bumps & Babies: Breastfeeding

Having seen so many posts around National Breastfeeding Week recently, I’ve been reflecting on how different my breastfeeding journeys have been with my two daughters. With my first daughter, I couldn’t get anything right. I was in excruciating pain each time I tried to get her to latch, she lost weight and my midwife helpfully…

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Mums’ review: Holiday Super Camps for kids #ad

On the drive to the first day at her local Super Camps location, Ting from My Travel Monkey noticed that her son was unusually quiet. Like a lot of children, he was probably very nervous about the new kids, the new activities, the new experience of Super Camps. “I reassured and reminded him how much…

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Positively Inspirational: National Breastfeeding Week

My own breastfeeding journey did not start well.  I had a very fast labour and birth which ended up with my body in shock.  I looked at my baby like a stranger and was left alone to bond. He latched on pretty easily and I thought I had this breastfeeding thing down, I’d watched a…

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