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The best time of my life?

from Being Me Being Mum

Twitter: @beingmebeingmum

I started this blog on the day I went back to work after 9 months maternity leave. This blog is about being me and being a mum/ wife/ daughter / sister /teacher / woman/artist /friend


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Quoting Emma Watson, meeting Alicia Keys and passing up Beyoncé for a cheesebur...

from Walking with women

I'll be blogging about attending an internship with UNWomen in New York and being away from my family for 6 weeks.


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Money on the Mind?!

from Mum in Business

Twitter: @Mum_in_Business

For mothers and women who want more out of life, Lets live life to the full. A tale of a journey with a lot of stops on the way to a slimmer, more powerful lady.


Carer with Attitude

2014: the year YOU recognise you need to care for Carers?

from Carer with Attitude

Twitter: @carerwiattitude

No saint, an irascible fallible human being. Angry that so many carers work 24/7 unrecognised. As I do. Founder of the Carers Virtual Strike


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Hectic, Manic week? – How To Get Back In Control

from KJP Creative

Giving advice and tips on working from home and working online, starting a business and working with clients


Mumbling Wildly

Going back to work full-time mania

from Mumbling Wildly

Twitter: @mumblingwildly

Blogging about family, sometimes ...


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Letter to Allegra: On Starting School

from Charlotte Simpson

A blog by a freelance radio and print journalist and mum to a one year old who's using this space to can explain why she's always right.


Mums in Franchise

Is This You?

from Mums in Franchise

Twitter: @franchiseebizsc

I write about being a busy mum running a franchise business and the pressures of all that juggling!


Leigh Day

Leigh Day Blogs have moved

from Leigh Day

Twitter: @leighday_law

The blog of claimant only law firm law firm Leigh Day. Regular updates from legal specialists fighting cases on behalf of individuals challenging employers, state bodies, insurers and multi-nationals.


CharlotteComley

Why people like me sometimes don't leave the house.

from Aiming for a publishing deal

Twitter: @Charlottec42

Mum, wife, ex teacher, creative writing group organiser and now self employed. She devotes her time to helping with homework, raising husbands self esteem and trying to earn a crust.