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I bought this today. My heart is racing as I go to press publish. Instinctively I want to do one or all of the following: delete it/take another 20 before I decide on a better one/filter the shit out of it. My anorexic brain still (and probably always will, but

It’s no exaggeration when I say that my life changed recently when I had the privilege of being introduced to Jo Meeke. On 15th March, Jo and her partner, Matt welcomed their beautiful first-born son, Puck into the world. Following a complicated labour and emergency c-section, Puck tragically died in

How much time do you get to spend doing things you love? The things that set your soul on fire, or make you feel as though you’re right where you should be? A couple of years ago, in spite of having built a life purposefully and been lucky enough to

Over the past few years (and a preemie baby and husband’s illness) I’ve been on a quest to ditch the tox and clean up our act in terms of the products that we use to clean our home and our bodies. I’ve found some absolutely amazing products and so I

I’ve just found out that this week is the Soil Association Organic Beauty and Wellbeing week. So I thought now is a good time to let you know about a little project I’ve been working on as part of my mission to help mums feel more confident. When Xav was

Last week I was invited to give the keynote speech at an NHS Return to Practice conference. It was thought-provoking and empowering to be in a room with brilliant professionals sharing a multitude of experiences of going back to work after a break to have children. Sometimes, even when the

I love this series. I started the Mumbelievables interviews to tell the stories of amazing women doing incredible things with their lives to empower and inspire us all, and every single one delivers in spades. It’s always fascinating to me to learn about the stories behind brands and businesses, and

This week it’s an absolute pleasure to interview Ruth Kudzi, a business and confidence coach, speaker and blogger who specialises in working with mums who want to start up their own businesses tho give them a more flexible work/life balance. We share so much in common with our vision to

Time to stop comparing ourselves

Do you ever look at other women and wonder how they do it? Me too. All the time. I know I shouldn’t, but I do. I know it’s harmful and futile, but sometimes that vulnerability just creeps in, you know? I’ll give you an example. There’s a well-known parent blogger

This week I’m over the moon to interview the brilliant Amy Bradshaw, founder of Grateful Mother and all-round inspirational human. Amy and I connected on the Mumbelievable Facebook page and I’m a huge fan of her work – particularly her passions for introducing children to the concepts of mindfulness and for