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ADHD overwhelm: What it is and how to manage

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Signs I have ADHD

10 Signs I Have ADHD (from my childhood)

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ADHD and anxiety in women | ADHD anxiety | Perimenopause anxiety

ADHD, Perimenopause and Anxiety in Women

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It’s good to talk

Updated May 2022 – #TriggerWarning #suicide Struggling with mental health issues In 2018, after years of struggling with mental health issues from bullying, I was finally diagnosed with PTSD and underwent EMDR therapy. As you know I care passionately about mental health awareness. Furthermore, I love the fact that more and more of us are now starting to talk […]

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The truth about kids’ mental health

According to the Mental Health Foundation, nearly one in 10 children and young people aged 5 to 16 are affected by a kid’s mental health problem. I think we all agree that the emotional well-being of kids is just as important as their physical health.  However, despite the knowledge and awareness of mental health being […]

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National Tea Day

Time for Tea

National Tea Day I don’t know about you, but I love a cup of tea. It’s the first thing I think about on a morning.  For me, it has to be Yorkshire Tea with skimmed milk (not too much, not too little). Today is National Tea Day is observed in the UK every year on […]

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small business

Where Does Time Go…

So I got up at nine this morning – yes I know a lie in for a lot of us now, when did that happen? I had all intentions of getting a good bit of work done on the website, a blog post and my social media posts done for the day by lunchtime.  Leaving […]

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Spring Clean

Spring Clean for Easter

Since the end of November last year I now work 4 days a week at my new day job.  Boy does that extra day make all the difference, especially around the house.  I did very ‘gently’ remind the OH that he may need to help a little bit more around the house now that I […]

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coding for kids

Coding for Kids

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]My boys have always been into computers and games, minecraft was a given along with school favourites such as Scratch.  So when I was approached by KidloLand to check out their new Coding for Kids app, I jumped at the chance.[/vc_column_text][vc_column_text] Coding for Kids Samuel has just turned 6 so was the perfect age to try […]

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Time to get s**t done

Time to get s**t done – For one week only!

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]So I have one week till the new job, one week till my baby turns 6 (when the frig did that happen!) and one week till I turn my house from hell hole to organised style, ready to get the Christmas shizzle up!  Time to get s**t done.  There are 2 out of 3 things […]

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Forgetful Kids

What To Do With Forgetful Kids

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]I began writing about forgetful kids earlier in the day on my lunch break, but actually couldn’t bring myself to type it.  Not for any other reason than I really didn’t want to write about my boy, my H and how scatty he is.  I began to question why I’d want to do that to […]

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About Me

Time to change things up a little!

So if you follow me on Instagram then you’ll know that for the last couple of months, I’ve been through a bit of a change.  I was made redundant from my day job of almost 9 years and it really threw me for six.  It’s so hard not to take it personally and let it […]

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kids card games

Let’s Play!

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]We’ve never really been a board game family. I admit a slight obsession with collecting Monopoly’s means I’ve spent a lot of years hiding said board games and telling the boys they cannot touch, this may not have helped?! However several road trip holidays later (who can forget the one we left behind) and we […]

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Top Ten Uses for muslin cloth

Baby, Baby, Baby

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Working on my latest production addition to the collections got me thinking.  Muslin cloth has been around for so long and with such humble beginnings, it’s amazing just how many uses it now has for baby.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text] So here are my Top 10 Uses for Muslin Cloth [/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]1. Burp Cloth We all forget a […]

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Holiday Essentials for kids

Holiday Essentials for Kids

It’s that time of year again and I find myself turning into a little OCD packing monster LOL.  Packing for 3 boys as well as myself and years of flying has made me slightly ‘organised’ about the whole thing.  I need to ensure I don’t forget the holiday essentials for kids.  We have now switched […]

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How Felicity Finds

Change is afoot…

So this week has been very much a week of change and to be honest it’s not been the best.  However I’m a great believer of change needing to happen no matter how painful.  Otherwise we end up stagnating and forgetting what made us tick, what made us happy, what made us smile… The day […]

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post-natal depression

How Felicity Finds She Is Not Alone

Post-Natal Depression It’s been a while since I’ve written anything personal on here, in fact, it may have been #PassportGate.  When I managed to forget to renew H’s passport and we had to leave him at home with the grandparents? Didn’t read that, then click here to see my biggest parenting fail so far… Funnily […]

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A light at the end of the tunnel!

Sick of not being able to pictures for the past few months due to ‘day job’ working hours and lack of decent lighting, I’ve gone all out and spent a small fortune (£30!) on some new lighting and set up a mini studio in the attic!  Like a lot of small businesses out there i […]

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How Felicity Finds it’s a blooming good week…

It’s been a pretty good week! Not only has Samuel’s room now got shelves (I get to spend the weekend titivating it all now, hoping for lots of happy post tomorrow and Saturday) but I got a very exciting email (more of that another time #ssshhh), but the awesome Mother Pukka (girl crush moment ☺️ #ParentingTheShitOutOfLife) […]

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How Felicity finds Instagram…

Social Media is a funny old thing for small businesses, on one hand it’s a marvelous way to get your brand out there and interact directly with your customers for free; but on the other hand it opens you up to all sorts of interaction, from Spam, to unhappy customers (gone are the days of […]

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Separation Anxiety - Austria Holiday

How Felicity Left One Behind…

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner column_width_percent=”100″ gutter_size=”3″ overlay_alpha=”50″ shift_x=”0″ shift_y=”0″ shift_y_down=”0″ z_index=”0″ medium_width=”0″ mobile_width=”0″ width=”1/2″][vc_single_image media=”58959″ media_width_percent=”80″][/vc_column_inner][vc_column_inner width=”1/2″][vc_column_text] Separation Anxiety [/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space empty_h=”1″][vc_column_text] How I Left One Behind Gosh, I can’t believe how quickly the holidays have passed! Although our six weeks of school holidays were very helpfully broken up by 2 weeks in the middle with a very exciting […]

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How Felicity finally got to say thanks!

I can’t remember if I have shared previously or not but my eldest boy Henry was born premature. At 34 weeks I developed pre-eclampsia and was taken into hospital, I remember feeling just not quite right on the Sunday evening and thought I beat check with the doc on the Monday morning, the next thing […]

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How Felicity was helped out of a dark day…

So it’s Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK and I’ve been listening to Radio 2 this week, each afternoon Jeremy Vine has been talking to someone with a different mental health illness each day, it’s been very insightful and great to hear it being talked about openly and honestly in the mainstream. Funnily enough, […]

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How Felicity Finds 3 reasons to be cheerful

It’s been a good week this week.  I’ve pushed myself out of my comfort zone a couple of times, doing things I’d normally shy away from; As mentioned in my last post I’ve booked the Baby & Toddler Show in Manchester Oct 7-9.  I am really excited but also pretty scared! I’ve done loads of trade […]

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How Felicity Finds Some Personal Strength

I had an interesting conversation with my sister whilst she was down last week regarding self-confidence and how we carry ourselves.  It’s funny how sometimes the most outwardly confident people are in fact inwardly the shyest; take me, I come across as pretty confident, I dress how I like (quirky, eccentric are a few words […]

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How Felicity Finds Managing Time…

Over the past two months I’ve spent a lot of time building my business, developing my brand identity and networking to increase my visibility, it’s worked and this is where in lies the problem (I don’t deny it’s a good problem!)…

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