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The worst superhero

from The Adventures of Sarah and Alice

Sarah and Alice are two stay at home mums attempting to set up an ethical clothing business whilst surrounded by small children at home. Join them on their (mis)adventures, during their first year in...


Flossie Pops Bakery

Books

from Flossie Pops Cakery

Twitter: @flossiepopscake

This blog charts my baking journey from hobby to professional. Sharing recipes, techniques and views on life from my kitchen in the Weald of Kent.


Rachel Toussain

Immigration law achieves equality – at last

from Rachel Toussaint

Twitter: @RachelToussain

For women in the United Kingdom aged 35-55 years returning to work after a career family break.


iHijinx

A letter. Never sent, never read

from IHijinx. A Novel-Writing Journey

Twitter: @ihijinx

A blog about a writer's journey - an attempt to empty her head of the things that clog up her writing progress, hoping she can finish writing her first novel and get it published.


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I'm still here!

from Entrepreneurmum

The diary of a newborn mumtrepreneur - the highs and the lows with a lot of lessons learned from a mum setting up her own business


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I'm still here!

from Entrepreneurmum

The diary of a newborn mumtrepreneur


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Will workers be safer through an expansion of Comcare?

from From A Whisper To A Roar

Raw thoughts blogged as I sought justice after sexual assaults, stalking & bullying a work. On having a voice and using it.


Kiosk Park Life

Where's Wally Fun Run in the Park

from Kiosk Park Life

Twitter: @kioskatthepark

A charming community hub and cafe in the heart of Russell Park. The Kiosk is breathing new life into the community with the help of great coffee, fabulous sporting facilities and plenty of fresh air!


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In the beginning....designing a collection

from Hybrid Handmade

Twitter: @carijanehakes

An online design journal that documents this mum's life as a jewellery designer and mum to two boys aged eight and six.


MandyHaberman

UK invention enables dads to share breastfeeding

from Life's for inventing, not relenting

Twitter: @anywayupcup

Mandy's blog takes a look at inventing and business with a special focus on baby feeding. She also enjoys sharing anecdotes and tips with other mumpreneurs.