Video: Food blogger and activitist Jack Monroe came into MNHQ to talk food, budgets and her new recipe book. While she was here, she gave us a quick run-down on some painless ingredient substitutions that will save you pennies without losing flavour. Basic peanut butter instead of tahini? You'd better believe it ...
Anyone with half a brain knows there are some things you Just Don't Say to a new mother - but it seems certain people never got the memo. Take a look at some of the constructive comments Mumsnetters' friends and family have made over the years.
It's March, spring has officially sprung, and the word is that the weather this weekend is going to be half-way decent, for the first time in what feels like years. Forgotten what people do when the sun's shining? Take a look at our days-out reviews.
Guest post: March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness month. Dr. Sarah Jarvis, writing for Ovarian Cancer Action, explains what symptoms women should be looking out for and why family history is so significant, and urges women not to shy away from cancer 'gene' screening.
This month's bookclub choice is Jim Crace's HARVEST. Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize 2013, it's about a way of life that has been lost forever - and Crace has announced that it will be his final novel. Read the book and join the webchat with Jim on April 1.
Guest post: To mark International Women's Day, Dragons' Den star Kelly Hoppen visited a Nairobi slum to see how money raised by Sport Relief is helping Kenyan women to start businesses and pull their communities out of poverty.
Secondary school places in England were announced this week - what can you do if your child didn't get a place in the school you wanted them to go to? One option is to appeal against the admission decision. Here's how.
Webchat: CBeebies favourite Phil 'Mister Maker' Gallagher popped in this lunchtime to talk about arts 'n' crafts. Find out what he had to say about making things with his Grandad, whether the "minute make" really only takes a minute, and which of the Shapes is the best dancer ...
Ever worry you've raised a compulsive liar? You're not alone. From straightforward denial of parentage to claims that "Mummy only feeds me worms and caterpillars", here are just a few examples of Mumsnetters' offspring making their parents look really, really bad.
Wondering whether to test? Take a look at the most common signs and symptoms of pregnancy -from sore breasts to weeping over TV adverts - and if you're still not sure, mull it over on our Pregnancy Talk board.
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