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Helen Wade

Scratching the glass ceiling

from Helen Wade

Twitter: @HelenWade

Television journalist morphs into over-anxious, older, mother of two. Musings on life as a bilingual chatterbox and choral conductor.

Debt Camel

Is your name in a fraud database?

from Debt Camel

Twitter: @debtcamel

Mainly about debt and how to get out of it - unbiased, non profit making & a bit of humour


Wide Eyed Editions: The School of Art

from Dear You, Love Me

Kimberley is a Mum to 5, wife to 1, blogging about every aspect of life from Holidays, Meals out, Activities with the children, favourite co

Sticky Mud and Belly Laughs

Bepanthen Baby Sun Cream Review

from Sticky Mud and Belly Laughs

Twitter: @SMABLblog

A Parenting/lifestyle blog, covering pretty much a whole lot of topics, Product reviews and Competitions.


Paying it forward and the kindness of strangers 

from HausfrauBlog

British mother, German lover. Mum of 2



from weald

Twitter: @_littlenestbox

Independent designer writing about UK wanderings, lovely things to do and places to visit, gardening, interiors, vintage finds and baking.

Nut Mums

Going on holiday with a nut allergy

from NutMums

Twitter: @nutmums

My 2 year-old son has a severe peanut allergy. I write about all things peanut and nut allergy related, from a parent's perspective.


My life in boxes

from nickyswords

Twitter: @nickyswords

This blog is fascinated by the use of words, how we make up new words, how kids use words... or don't. This blog is a sharing of musings on the subject - words.


Wild Swimming

from Everyday Life On A Shoestring

Inspired by the philosophy 'Live simply that all may simply live' and motivated by the desire for a greener lifestyle, Everyday Life On A Shoestring shares one family's attempts to live simply and...

Mothering Frights

Assume the position: The Interloper Fidget, the Duel Laser Death Stare or the...

from Mothering Frights

Twitter: @motheringfright

One mother. One toddler. A baby. And no bloody clue whatsoever.