Dating again?

I was single for almost 2 years. For the first year I didn’t date – at all. I was so done with men all I wanted to do was focus on my little girls, my friends and work. For a time I didn’t think I would ever want to date again. Then I did. I started dating, a big scary step after being with the same man since I was 16. Dating before then was a bag of chips in the park while you avoid eye contact. I went out on a few dinner or coffee dates even started seeing someone for…

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London, Work & Coffee…

So at the start of 2017 I decided to stop creating my week in pictures blog post each week. I figured most of it was up on Instagram anyway but I miss it. I miss documenting our week the whole reason I started writing everything mummy was to share with you everything mummy. It’s not all pretty, it’s not all glamorous but I wanted a new way to write up my week so here goes; London, Work & Coffee the week that was…. Monday Back to school after half term for the big girls, Monday’s are always a day Lottie is at…

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Co-Parenting; Nobody said it would be easy…

It was off the back of watching a feature on This Morning today that made me write this post, a story involving two ‘celebrities’ and one baby which had got ugly. Uglier than ugly – it’s a bit of a mess. Though it got me thinking about my journey of learning to co-parent, in obviously a much less dramatic way than them but it has been a journey all the same. Co-parenting is hard, I have been a single parent for a little under 2 years now. Back when the girls dad and I decided to split I was pre-warned…

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8 Things to never feel guilty about as a new mum

Mum guilt is real. When a little bundle is born we drop ourselves into second/third or even forth place. It see’s us mums feeling guilty when we so much as want to take a pee in peace – it gets easier with time trust me! I’ve been thinking back to those early baby days and the things I used to feel guilty about so I thought I would share my “8 things to never feel guilty about as a new mum”. Staying in bed till noon. Baby days can be hard work, especially the early days. Newborns sleeping patterns are very unpredictable…

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Keeping Focused When You Work From Home

Working from home is perfect for me and my family. I have three young children so working for myself means I don’t have to worry about things like; child care in school holidays, being around for the school pick up, getting time off for plays/sports day etc. It gives me the freedom to be there for the things I deem important and would hate to miss. Self employment doesn’t come without it challenges though. It’s scary, taking that leap was so daunting, my working life starts with me and ends with me I work, I earn – if I don’t, I…

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