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What I Eat : Quick Fun Breakfast "Cookies" With Freshly Harvested Heirloom...

from UK Raw Health

A blog about natural living, natural foods, raw foods, chemical free living and food for thought.


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More student parent need more help.

from University With A Baby

Twitter: @aliceparker0101

Alice had a baby at university and is continuing her studies whilst blogging about them.


Unfucking My Habitat

Unfucking: Maintenance

from Unfucking My Habitat

Twitter: @mysticeraser

This is about unfucking my house, life, mind and body and hopefully encouraging others to as well!


Us Three By The Sea

We're On The Move

from Us Three By The Sea

Single working 40 year old with a slight obsession with crafting, cupcakes and shoes. Spend my time running round after a mini zoo of 9 & 10 year old kids, cats, rabbits and chickens.


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Saying goodbye for a while

from Urban Mamas Daydreams

My journey through Motherhood - attachment parenting, breastfeeding, baby wearing, co-sleeping mother to 3 under 2


Umi Sushi Makes

Walking off the Christmas pudding

from Umi Sushi Makes

Her, one husband, two children, two cats, living in the forest, sewing, cooking, gardening and taking photos.


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Fill yer Stockings

from Us: Chapter one

Blog about our life as newlyweds with 3 children under eight. Featuring what we've been up to, reviews, and hopefully some travel.


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By: Jody Cowan

from umeandthekids

Hi there, I'm Rachel Hirst. I currently work as a community manager for made for mums magazine online! I worked in a primary school until I


UK feminist

Forbidden Discourse: The Silencing of Feminist Criticism of “Gender”

from UK Feminist

Twitter: @UK_Feminist

I blog about feminist issues, parenting issues and mental health issues. I am a women's liberationist, single mum-of-two, and I have bipolar disorder.


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A 5km test

from Ultra-Mum

This new mum's trying to find her feet and keep her head up despite the pressures of society. Are there any 'perfect mums'?