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The Chronic Chronicles

The Confusing World of Personal Budgets – Part Four

from The Chronic Chronicles

Twitter: @sparkly_place

A blog about the hopes and frustrations of living with multiple chronic illnesses, as well as general disability/access issues.


Karen Ingala Smith

Why the hierarchy of dead women and girls?

from Karen Ingala Smith

Twitter: @K_IngalaSmith

Feminism, male violence against women and children, infertility.


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Wallpapering an elephant – when sometimes you have to let it show.

from Lemonade Life

Twitter: @summerlandc

Ruth is a parent, feminist and grand-panner, who blogs about craft, creative writing and badly told jokes.


foxy lady drivers

Fuel forecourt fiascos: female vs male drivers

from Foxy Lady Drivers

Twitter: @foxytweets

A blog about women and motoring matters, because ladies are often overlooked by the motor industry.


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Ten Reasons You Know Your Son Has Gone to University...

from The River Cottage Diaries

This mum of two teenagers writes about everything from parents to politics - hopefully with a healthy dose of humour.


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My Sunday Photo

from Mummy Glitzer

Twitter: @mummyglitzer

A SAHM to one threenager.


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The artist

from Mummy Do That!

Twitter: @cartside

A blog by a mum based in Glasgow and working in the voluntary sector for a children's charity. This mum is bringing up her two children in a bilingual environment (English and German). She likes...


Sarah Graham

World Mental Health Day: Recognising and challenging the stigmatisation of...

from Sarah Graham

Twitter: @SarahGraham7

Journalism, Feminism, Literature and Culture.


HilaryBurrage

NoFGM Fringe Event At 2014 Labour Party Conference: Some Outcomes

from Hilary Burrage

Twitter: @HilaryBurrage

She is a mum and grandma who blogs - and who also happens to be a sociologist with an enduring interest in social policy, health, education, the environment, politics and equality.


discursiveofTW

Electroconvulsive Therapy: Whose decision is it?

from Discursive of Tunbridge Wells

Twitter: @CCCUAppPsy

Engaging the public in thoughtful consideration of issues related to mental health, psychological distress, and health care and current affairs. We use ideas from psychology to help understand these...