#ShareBaby demands that UK PLC stops defining how we should parent

Every so often you get to combine your passion project with your day job. And that is exactly what I will be doing today when we launch an exciting new campaign for one of our clients called #ShareBaby. So let me introduce you to #ShareBaby, an initiative very close to my heart. It’s the brainchild…

A round of applause for Pregnant Then Screwed Live

“Flipping heck and wow, what an event…” Yesterday (19th Jan) I attended Pregnant Then Screwed Live. Pregnant Then Screwed Live is a festival for parents who have been pushed out and pushed to the edge by employers who are incapable of seeing their brilliance. With sessions on confidence, flexible working, starting your own business, going self…

UK Blog Awards

So excited to announce that I’ve made it to the final round of the UK Blog Awards 2019.

How to find emergency childcare when your baby is sick

This last week has found us scrabbling around trying to work out what to do with a poorly child if we both have to be at work. Amelia got chicken pox on New Year’s Eve and aside from it ensuring that we were awake at midnight (for all the wrong reasons) it meant that we…

New year, new you: 4 ways to leave work at work

A guest post by Maria, blogger at The Southerner Blogs. As we return to work in 2019 with all those aspirational resolutions, it’s important we remember that a work/life balance really is a healthy necessity. Here are 4 ways you can truly leave your work at work. One of the most important factors to think…

A mumpreneur’s view on the highs and lows of running a business

A guest post by Helen Hibberd, founder of Messy-Me There are many mums out there successfully running their own businesses around their families, but it’s not easy. Along with some amazing highs, there are of course some lows, today I’ll cover both and give you a sneak peak into my day to day life running…

Top tips to deal with feeling overwhelmed at work; a guest post

By Joy Burnford, founder of My Confidence Matters In this piece I’d like to draw on the experiences of a lady called Matilda in order to talk about the very real issue of feeling overwhelmed at work. We all feel it at some stage or another, but it’s how you deal with it that really…

Would you take a moment to vote for me?

Great news! I am through to the second round of the UK blog awards. If you have a moment, then please could you vote for me. You can find me on page 7 of the parent & baby section under PitterPatterPither. All you have to do to vote is click on the red heart. Simple…