Working parents in the pandemic are being stretched further than they ever thought possible. This afternoon as my youngest bangs pot and pans in her play kitchen, my eldest naps, and my husband cracks on with a conference call, I'll...Read More
I'll tell you about my week making cremation ashes jewellery so you can feel part of this exciting process. One thing I've noticed about my job is that I'm never ever bored! Super busy - yes, tired - definitely, sad...Read More
High functioning depression is also known as Dysthymia. It can be very hard to spot because someone living with depression may appear, to people on the outside, as someone who is bubbly, entrepreneurial, happy and together, someone who gets things...Read More
Finding an au pair in the UK isn't always easy. As a work at home parent with a full time employed husband means that we've always struggled with childcare. It's difficult to balance the cost of nursery and the logistics...Read More
People often ask me how I manage childcare as a work at home parent and there's no simple answer. Things change often and I try to be flexible and manage my expectations. I'm a parent first and a WAHM (work...Read More
A lot of people ask me about having an au pair. It's something I always wanted to do as a teenager but never found the right family (that was in the very early days of Google). In this day and...Read More
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