Charity: Supporting families & carers

Understanding the perspective of carers is an essential aspect of nursing. Often, supporting families, carers, teachers and others who look after the children is vital for the children. The wellbeing of the family unit has an effect on the child and it also works the other way around naturally. This month, I am focusing on…

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The B List: Pregnancy and Baby blogs

You’ve heard about the A List. Now we have something even better: The B List. Like our Brilliance in Blogging Awards, our new B List — the official name is The BritMums List — celebrates noteworthy Influencers in specialty niches. With the B List, we name, highlight and celebrate an increasing number of Influencers with a diverse group…

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From food blog to published cookbook of Mauritian dishes

Selina Periampillai is a self taught chef who left her city job to start a food blog called Taste Mauritius. Being from Mauritian heritage Selina soon realised there was nowhere in London to find tasty home cooked dishes like her mum made, so she started a successful supper club from home. This led to a…

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Baking: Traybakes

Another warm welcome to this months Baking Round-up. I have chosen a subject close to my heart and more importantly my family’s bellies. Traybakes are often at the very heart of a family’s  kitchen and that is most definitely true for mine. Generally easy to whip up they are what I make week in, week…

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STEM: The best places for a STEM day out, part one!

With the summer holidays almost upon us, you might have started looking at planning some things to do in those 6 long weeks. Whether it’s festivals you’re looking for, museums or even theme parks, if its STEM related and educational, it’s likely in this list. I’ve tried to arrange them in regions to make it…

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