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What’s in my Makeup Bag?

Hey everyone! Here is a video of all the products that I have in my makeup bag. The products in my bag are just a selection of the products I actually own, and so my makeup bag is constantly changing depending on my mood, the season/weather and what I’m doing for the day. So my makeup bag is constantly changing all the time. The bag that I filmed for you today is the most common type of bag I have, I usually also have a blusher (but I ran out of that) and the eye shadow palette generally swaps around.

I have always had a love of makeup and fashion, and this means that my wardrobe and beauty/makeup collection is constantly being updated. However since having my little girl her wardrobe tends to be updated before mine.

My makeup bag is different every couple of weeks and the more makeup I discover the more that creeps into my daily makeup routine!

Products I shared

– No 7. Stay Perfect Foundation – Calico -
– Collection Lasting Perfection Concealer – fair –
– Rimmel London Natural Bronzing Powder – Sun Glow –
– Rimmel London Stay Matte Pressed Powder – Translucent -
– Collection Eyes Uncovered Eyeshadow Palette – Bare Nude –
– Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara – Black –
– Nivea Lipbalm

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I hope you enjoy the video x

Much love

Emma xx

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My Top 5 Affordable – Hair Care Products

Hair care products, there are so many too choose from and each one does a different thing. We have Shampoo and Conditioner, designed to clean the hair and soften it after a wash. With just Shampoo and Conditioner there are hundreds of formulas and products out there; some for a generic wash, some for greasy hair, dry hair, coloured hair, damaged hair, some to help stimulate growth, some to prevent hair fall out, some for dandruff, the list goes on. The question is however, how do we know which ones are worth investing in, and which ones are not.

We can spend years and years searching for the right product for us, and some may never find their perfect product. I have delved into the world of hair care, looking at all the “drug store” brands and products which are worth purchasing and which ones are not. I have tried and tested hundreds of different types of products, from Shampoo and Conditioner to Hairspray, heat protector and so much more.

There are lots of varying factors that we look for when searching for beauty products, and I have only recently started to do proper research on the products that I use. One of the biggest things I look for is whether the products are made out of sustainable materials, and how many “bad” ingredients there are in them. For example I want to make sure that I am getting as many natural ingredients in my skin and hair care as I possibly can.

Below is a list of my Top 5 Hair Care Products, (you can see my video above also).

  1. Umberto Gianini Grow Root Stimulating Shampoo/ Conditioner
    • This is a recent find of mine, and I absolutely love it. Since using this my hair has felt amazing, looked great and my dandruff has cleared up completely as well! If you haven’t ever tried the Umberto Gianinni range I highly recommend that you do, as it really is great, it smells great and really cleans the hair. What’s more Umberto Gianinni pride themselves on the fact their products are 100% vegan and cruelty free.
  2. Batiste Dry Shampoo
    • The dry shampoo that everyone has in their cupboard. This is the only dry shampoo I have ever needed. I have tried some others but they left a funny texture to my hair and wasn’t that great when it came to covering up the greasy patches in my hair.
  3. Aussie Shampoo/Conditioner
    • Another cruelty free product. Their products smell amazing, and are reasonably priced. I love their products and have been using them for years and years before finding my new shampoo and conditioner (the Umberto) and my hair has always felt and looked great after every use.
  4. Lee Stafford Hair Growth Activation Treatment
    • This is a product I have been using every so often to help with the health and growth of my hair. It smells great and when used with the shampoo and conditioner your hair is left with a wonderful lasting scent, and I mean lasting as three days after a wash it will still smell amazing!
  5. Lee Stafford Original Heat Protection
    • Anyone who doesn’t have a heat protector of some sort for their hair is absolute bonkers. We should be using this to protect our hair and making sure that it doesn’t get damaged too much from the day to day wear and tear that we put our hair under. I have tried many but this one smells the best and doesn’t leave my hair with a sort of “film” covering it, instead it gets absorbed into the hair and really helps to protect from heat.

These are my top 5 hair care products, which I swear by for the care and upkeep of my hair. Is there any product that you love as much as I love these? What are they let me know! I would love to hear what you use and the products which you prefer.

Much Love

Emma xx

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My Daily Makeup Routine

We all have a daily routine which we follow. Whether it is for our skincare, makeup, the school run etc. You name it, we all have a routine which we follow, without even realising it.

My daily makeup routine has not changed over the last few months. The only thing that does differ occasionally is the products that I use, and the colours. These change with the seasons and the mood that I am in at the time of doing my makeup, and much like many others I am always experimenting with new things.

Every time I apply my makeup, I am improving and learning and whilst I have a daily routine which I follow my routine will no doubt adapt further along down the road as I find new techniques that work for me.

Products I Use

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Winter Skin care

Winter brings dry cracked skin, due to central heating and the cold weather. We end up with dry skin all over our body, chapped hands, cracked heels can make us feel unhappy about our bodies during this season

How can you protect your skin?

  1. Moisturise! – search for something heavier and oil-based rather than light weight. The thicker the moisturiser the thicker the barrier you put onto your skin, protecting you from the weather elements. Night creams are good to use in this case
  2. Wear gloves – your hands are affected most by the cold weather as the skin tends to be thinner, where possible wear gloves to stop them from being exposed to the cold weather. Thin pair of cotton gloves can make all the difference as it creates a layer which will keep your hands slightly warmer preventing skin from cracking
  3. Remove wet clothing asap! – Cold and wet material can often lead to skin becoming irritated, itchy and potentially crack
  4. Use a humidifier – heating systems dry out the air and therefore your skin, think about using a humidifier to keep the air moist as it will stop your skin from drying out and give you a chance to add moisturiser before it gets to the point of cracking
  5. Drink water! – this is a must, keeping your skin hydrated inside and out. We should be drinking plenty of water all year long, not just in the hotter summer months
  6. Lotion your feet – foot creams should be a part of your daily routine, you need to look for creams with glycerine in as these are stronger and will keep that tough skin as moist and supple as possible, even if they don’t always smell great.
  7. Avoid hot baths – a good long soak in the bath is fine, as long as the water is not too hot as this will lead to a number of skin problems. The hot water breaks down the protective barriers designed to keep moisture in, resulting in your skin drying out quicker.

The key is to prevent your skin from drying out as much as possible to make it easier to look after your body and skin.

Time to look after your skin and yourself like a pro! X

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My New Years Resolution for 2021

The end of the year is near and we all start to reflect on the time gone by and things we want to change in the future.

This year has been particularly hard for many of us, we have been in lockdown multiple times (and most of us still are). We have been unable to see our family and friends which has been taxing on many of our mental health and wellbeing.

We have all had to change the way we live in order to try and stop this virus that we have become “scared” of.

No matter, another year is over. We are all another year older, wiser (well I hope) and different to the person we were at the beginning of the year.

I started 2020 in a relationship with my little girls dad, and I’ve ended the year single and much happier for it. I have grown as an individual and started to discover who I am without being defined by the person I am with.

With so much happening this year I’ve decided that I am going to make some new years resolutions to help me be a better version of myself.

Making my goals

I have made 5 goals this year. 3 of which kind of work together and 2 which are separate.

When making resolutions or goals it’s good to think about 3 categories, family life, yourself, career or life goals.

I like to think that I have covered these in my 5 for 2021.

Goal 1 – have a healthier lifestyle

This is the number 1 new years resolution for many. It includes things like dieting and exercising more.

For me this goal is just simply to ensure that I am making healthier choices and not spending too long sitting down.

Goal 2 – spend quality time with Isabelle

This is a no brainer. Our children grow and change so quickly that we should be making the most of the time we have with them.

I dont mean that I want to go out and spend money on things to do together, what I mean is simply just making every moment we have together special. Be it a picnic in the garden (or the park), a walk through the woods, or a trip to the beach. I am not intending on spending lots of money on things to do just to really enjoy the things we do together.

With this goal I also want to make sure that I am taking pictures and creating memories. I am not going to focus purely on photographing everything as I want to enjoy the things we are doing but just taking a couple of photos to put into a scrap book to remember the year together.

Goal 3 – look after myself better

Depression has got the better of me over the last year, what with the pandemic and trying to adjust to single parenthood. This has resulted in me forgetting to actually look after myself. Simple things like washing myself or just taking some time out to relax (even on the days my little one is at her dads).

So in 2021 I am going to make sure to look after myself more.

Goal 4 – stick to my plans and post regularly

This is a big one. I have a dream of earning money by writing and talking and getting out of the retail industry, but to do that I have to stick to my plans. And boy do I have some big ideas and plans of things to share with you all.

My intention is to post 3 times a week (monday, wednesday, saturday), and with these posts will come a video to accompany it. Well this is my plan, but I am still yet to try this out properly. And until I get my new laptop the videos wont be able to be uploaded as my current one takes 3 days to do so.

Goal 5 – finish my crafting projects

I love to make things, I crochet and cross stitch and sometimes even sew or do paper crafts. However my enthusiasm to start a new product quickly dwindles and I end up with half started or finished with new products being started.

Before I start any new projects I am going to restrict myself to only finishing my projects I have started. And I am so excited to see what I have hiding in my craft boxes.

Happy new year!

So happy new year everyone I am so excited to see how many of my years goals (or resolutions) I am going to complete and stick to.

Do you have any goals? Did you manage to stick to your goals last year? Let me know and let’s see what we can achieve together in 2021

Happy new year!!!

Much love

Emma xx

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It’s Christmas!!

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Its that time of year again.

Many people I know hate it, and many others love it.

I am definitely a lover when it comes to Christmas. My decorations are up as early as I can, and the preparation begins from that moment on. We do all kinds of things from baking, card making, and creating our own decorations to add to the tree, after all our tree is never finished in this house. Writing Christmas cards, and wrapping presents, there is nothing about this season that I do not love. The gaudy cheesey films which plague the television will already be playing in my house. The songs will be ringing in our ears for just over a month. Even remembering what this time of year is all about is something that I absolutely love! And enjoying and cherishing every moment we spend with family and friends.


This year more than any other year we need to make sure that we do not forget those who have been stuck on their own, for pretty much the entirety of 2020. Reaching out to our elderly neighbours, and helping those who are struggling the most. That’s why I am making my presents this year. It’s cheaper and they mean more to the people I give them too as I put some effort into making them.

I have always wanted to make presents for Christmas as there is something a bit more personal in making something specially for someone, rather than buying the commercial products that plaster our shops at this time of year. In fact, I have been trying for the last 3 years to make my mum a knitted or crocheted jumper or cardigan, but I just can’t find the time with juggling a part time job, and being a mum (and now my blog) to finish a project. I think I actually have about 3 jumpers or cardigans started and waiting to be finished. They will probably make their way to mum at some point over the next couple of years (as long as I don’t start any more!!!)

Christmas is done big in my house, and I hope that as she grows my little one enjoys and loves christmas as much as I do. Follow me to see my christmas adventure and how we prepare for the big man to visit and deliver his presents #santa.

Over the next week I will be looking at the best and worst things about christmas, from christmas trees to food, to presents for adults and children; but also show you all our preparations to make the night day as magic as possible. I cant wait to share it all with you!

Much love and Merry Christmas!


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A day in the life of a Newsagent Supervisor

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Nobody ever talks about what it’s like to work in retail. Why? I don’t know, maybe it’s a fear of losing their job and upsetting their boss, or it’s just because they don’t want to relive the experience. I’m going to change this, I am happy to share my experiences with you so that you can see what it’s really like to work in retail, why retail workers complain about their jobs but also love it.

You will find weekly updates on my vlog channel, but for today here is an introduction to my A DAY IN THE LIFE OF A RETAILER series.

Why does working in retail automatically give everyone the right to think they can treat you with no respect? They complain about every little thing, they dont even give you a chance to explain.

“This product was £1 last week why has it gone up to £1.50” before I can answer a demand to speak to the manager.

The truth of the matter is, I AM the shift MANAGER so your stuck talking to me. Also that product was cheaper last week as it was on promotion. This week is another product.

Then we get the same people every day walking into the store claiming they have “forgotten” their mask. I just look at them like “funny, its every time you come to this store that you have “forgotten” your mask”. Or we get the opposite, someone coming in thinking they have the right to abuse our one way system and demanding that everyone wear their masks despite the fact they arent wearing theirs properly.

And let’s not get me started on the news delivery customers. You get your newspaper delivered to your house, cant you just be grateful it turns up at all, rather than ringing to tell me that you wont be paying for delivery today as your paper was 10 mins later than yesterday?

A. The staff I see on the weekends are different to the staff who deliver during the week.

B. You will be paying for delivery as your newspaper was in fact delivered.

C. As long as you have your paper by 9am (baring in mind we open at 7am) I think that we should call that a success

Another thing that grinds my gears, is when the shop has just been unlocked. Not open, not set up ready for trade, no, just the front door being unlocked and then idiots decide it is their right to be served 1hr before store opening. On a sunday. Has noone heard of sunday trading hours? I cannot serve you because it will be illegal, I will not serve you as my job is worth more to me than 1 poxy paper.

What most customers don’t understand, is that we don’t get treated great by our head office. We are forced to work long hours, we have no overtime pay. We are forced to work Christmas day and customers have the cheek to claim that it is wrong yet STILL COME TO THE SHOP on CHRISTMAS DAY! We get no break at all. So when someone comes in feeling hard done-by because something is not quite what they were expecting, it’s no wonder we literally roll our eyes and sigh. Sorry Karen but a chocolate bar which is broken is not a problem, you’ll only break it to eat it anyway. *inserts fact palm emoji*.

I’m looking forward to opening up this segment of my blog, as I work 3 days a week and every single shift I has is completely different to the last. Look out for my vlogs and live posts as something happens or is fresh in my mind.

I hope you enjoy what is to come as much as I am going to enjoy showing what it’s really like to be a retail worker. ESPECIALLY during this time of the year.

Much love x

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My Skincare Routine

See my Video on how I do it. x

Hello everyone, and a hearty how do you do. Today I thought I would break barriers and do something that I am not entirely comfortable with. And share my daily skincare routine with you all on the tube!

Lighting is terrible, and it was recorded on my phone as I couldn’t find my camera, but I hope it is ok. P.S. couldn’t really edit it either, as my computer is 10 years old and beginning to give up the ghost. Roll on Christmas!

Products used in this video are:

I use these products in the order I have placed them, and occasionally will also use a face mask, usually once a week. The face masks that I use are just the Soap and Glory clay mask, or the Neutrogena Black mask which is a peel off mask to remove your blackheads.

Finding the time to be able to look after my body and skin, is very important, and difficult. I usually cleans my face whilst my little one is playing in her bedroom (supposed to be getting ready for school), and then will put my makeup on when I get back from the school run, as she is usually in every piece of makeup if I do it when she is around.

The trick to making time to look after yourself, is to do it in short bursts which are easy to control. For example take 5 mins to wash your face, then go back to sorting out your little one. No one said the whole routine should be done in one go. My whole face care routine takes around 10 mins so I do it in 2 spurts, and this works well as there is usually something that mummy needs to sort out when she has a face full of product.

I hope that you enjoy my video, there will be plenty more to come. Please subscribe to my channel for instant updates on my new releases, and let me know what you think (or any tips on how to make my video better xx)

Much love to you all

Emma xx

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Feeding my Family for £40 a Week

How much should we spend on our family food shop? How can I save money but still eat well? How can I survive on a tight budget every week? Is it possible to shop locally and still keep to a budget?


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Food shopping doesn’t need to cost an arm and a leg, in fact it can be rather “cheap” and you will be surprised how much food you can get for your doe.

I have managed to do each food shop every year for around £30-£50 every week, which has saved me hundreds of pounds a year and we haven’t really seen a change in the quality of food which we have purchased.

How do I do it?

Costly Loyalty

One of my biggest tips for saving money on your food shops is to shop around. Staying with just one retailer or using a familiar brand every single time costs you money in the long run.

However sometimes loyalty can help save you money. Downloading the loyalty apps for the shops you go to is a great way to save money. They produce coupons and deals especially for their returning customers and the more points you earn the better deals you get. But don’t think that it means you have to only shop in one place every week. Sometimes the products you need for the week might be cheaper else where.

I have about 4 apps on my phone for the different shops I go to – Lidl and Aldi included and this is brilliant! It means I am always able to save money and shop where ever I desire.

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List it up

Making a list of the food you want to buy for the week is absolutely crucial! If you don’t do anything else that I suggest then please at least take this one away with you.

Making a list ensures that you only get the products on your list. You don’t get anything that’s not on the list, even if you have a sudden desire for that extra packet of crisps.

I always organise my list in the order of the store to make sure that it is easy for me to follow and less likely that I am going to forget something or miss something from the ingredients needed for the week. Making a list literally only takes about 5 mins of your life and will save you soo much money as long as you stick to it. Plus this also ensures that you know what is in your cupboards, fridge and freezer as you check you haven’t already got the product before shopping.

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Ignore offers

Unless you actually need 2 packs of whatever is on the BOGOF offer, don’t touch it. Double check the prices per 100g or 1l, and check out what product really is saving you money.

Only buy what you need.

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So many times I have heard from customers at my shop “I’m buying 4 packs so I can put 2 in the freezer”, or “most of this will probably end up in the bin (awkward laugh)”. The problem is, if it goes into the freezer and it’s not already frozen you don’t need that product. If the product is probably just going to go to waste, then again you don’t need that much.

We all have different requirements for our food needs and buying more than we need is just throwing our money away.

Eat before the shop

NEVER shop on an empty stomach. Doing this for me adds about £20 onto my shop. When you are hungry you are more likely to buy snacks and food you didn’t intentionally go out to buy.

Having a snack or going out after your meal (any time of the day) is probably the best way to go shopping in order to save money. I always make sure that I am not food shopping on an empty stomach as going out hungry has resulted in me purchasing items to eat “now” but ending up with 2-3 weeks worth of snacks and food instead. It isn’t worth it.

Write your list, stick to it and eat before you go shopping. x

Know what’s in your cupboards

This is important as you don’t want to end up purchasing food you already have. This also includes checking your fridge, freezer and fruit bowl as you don’t want to end up with too much food, resulting in a lot of food waste.

I usually check my cupboards when I have done my meal plan for the week as it is part of my routine for planning my food shop, it ensures that I know exactly what I need for my meals for the week and what I have surplus off in the cupboards so I can plan a meal to use up all the food in my cupboards.

Planning Ahead

This is something I have always done. I plan my meals for the week, and I make a list of the ingredients I need. Having a plan means that you are less likely to end up buying a takeaway, as you know what you are going to make for your meals.

To see how I plan my weekly meals out see my post My Weekly Meal Plan.

Planning ahead has really been a life saver for me, it saves me time during the week as I don’t need to think about what food I am making, and it saves me the arguments of “I want this” or “I don’t want this” as I can ask whether my plan sounds good, or even leave at least 1 day as a day for others to choose the meal.


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Set yourself a budget and stick to it. Don’t be afraid to buy items that are in the reduced to clear section, as most of the time the products have a day or 2 on them and can be used a little past their date too. (Things like bread don’t go out of date just mouldy, and veg can last a lot longer than their best before dates)- knowing the difference between a best before and a use by date is important when looking at items in the reduced to clear section. You can bag yourself some real bargains from these sections.

I’m not saying to bring a calculator with you when you go shopping, but just to be conscious of how much you are spending on products, a 20p can of baked beans is just as good as a £1.09 can, sometimes healthier with lower salt/sugar levels.

I hope that my tips help you in saving money for your food shop.

Please let me know what you think. Or anything extra that you do to save money.

Much love

Emma xx

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Mum Bod

We all worry about how our body is going to change when we have children. I was one of these women who had a flat stomach and was never really “big”, until I had my daughter.

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Everyone has a different perspective on what their body should be for their confidence and what constitutes as “big” or “small” for ourselves. For me my perfect weight was where I was just before falling pregnant with my baby, and the size I reached after having her which lasted for just over a year.

Situations change and therefore our eating habits and exercise habits differ aswell. This can cause weight changes, along with hormones and the like. I went onto a different kind of contraception which really helped me out with my periods (I suffered really bad), but with the pros came the cons, and whilst at the time I didn’t think much of it I have noticed a huge change in my weight.

Weight Changes

As someone who has always been quite conscious of my weight and body seeing myself put weight on has been incredibly hard for me. What doesn’t really help is others noticing and talking to me about it.

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I’ve had people asking me if I’m pregnant, to which the answer is NO, and that really hurts. I have spent time in my life looking at women wondering if they are pregnant or not, and not wanting to ask them through fear of upsetting them, and yet some people are brazen enough to actually ask without thinking about how it might affect someone.

Hearing your own family and friends talking about your weight gain is incredibly hard. You see the way they look and judge you, and you see the way they are whispering in the corner as they don’t want to talk to you about their speculations.

I’m not very happy with my weight gain, but that doesn’t mean that I need to do something about it. When I look at old photos of myself and how I used to be I can see that I didn’t look very healthy at all. This weight gain is a good thing for me. I am at a point now where I am not putting anymore on, and it doesn’t seem to be fluctuating which means it must be a healthy weight for me.

I don’t weigh myself.

If I was to jump on the bathroom scales and weigh myself I know that I would go over the top to reduce my weight. I would rather be healthy and slightly larger (no matter how long it takes me to embrace and like my body) than being under weight and looking unwell.

When I was at my smallest I barely ate. In all honesty I was exercising heavily and eating very little. This is the worst thing you can do to survive, it’s not a good way to diet and lose weight, and it certainly isn’t healthy. This is why I refuse to weigh myself, as I do not want to go back to a time when I had hardly any energy, and was over working my body.

Mum Bod Changes

When I was pregnant with my daughter I was bordering onto a UK size 8, by the time she was born I was fitting into size 12/14 clothes. My stomach is covered in stretch marks and bumps from where it was stretched so much by my baby, and I have never really liked it since.

As the stretch marks begin to fade I have been becoming more accustomed to my new tummy, there has always been a little bit of a “mum pouch” since giving birth, and I guess it will always be there. You can’t have a child without sacrificing something. For me it was my stomach.

My breasts have enlarged massively, I breast fed my daughter and whilst I was breastfeeding they were huge. Since weening little one off they have never gone back to their original size, and with the hormones I am on, it looks like I’ve had a boob job! This is a part of my Mom Bod which I absolutely love, I have never really had big breasts so this is one change that I really am embracing.

How I am remaining Healthy

This bit is the challenge that I face everyday. When I am at work it is very easy to skip a meal or eat something that I really shouldn’t (I work in a corner shop so temptations are everywhere). I have had to make sure that when I go to work I don’t bring any money with me at all. I have not linked my bankcard to my phone for this reason, as I cannot risk me buying sweets, chocolate and crisps just because of boredom or feeling a little peckish.

Instead I have a cooked meal before my afternoon-evening shift, and I will bring some fruit with me for the early morning shift, and use my 20min break to go home and get something more substantial for my breakfast. I will have Lunch after my shift has finished.

I attempt to work out each morning for at least 10-15mins a day. I usually do a Pilates or Barre work out alternating, this keeps my mind sharp and my body buff.

We go for a daily walk no matter what the weather. I will take my little one out for a little walk to the woods which is just behind our house, or round by the river for something a bit different. We explore our surroundings to keep us from going stir-crazy and from cabin fever kicking in. These walks are a bit of a mental refresh for me, I can clear my mind of everything and just enjoy nature with my little one. At this time of year we collect leaves, sticks, Conkers, Pinecones, Acorns and anything else we can find.

Plus the woods just look wonderful at this time of the year, and are so inspirational for the writer within me.

Healthy eating is also very important for me, I create meal plans for each week and stick to them. This allows me to keep the cost of food down and to ensure that we are having healthy, nutritional meals every day. I get Isabelle to help me choose our meals for the week by showing her pictures from my recipe books or giving her a choice of meals she knows well. Plus with her helping me choose for the week she is guaranteed to eat her dinner.

Learning to love yourself

Every mum has had a new body since having their children. Whether you are a mum of 1, 2, 3 or 20 your body will never look the same as it did before children.

We will all have things that we absolutely love and things which we absolutely hate as our bodies change. And the number 1 thing we all need to remember is that our bodies are constantly changing. They are different year to year, whether it is through weight gain, weight loss, childbirth, or anything else, our bodies show everything that we have been through, and that’s what makes us extra special.

It is down to us to learn to love our bodies as they change, as without our own personal love it will be hard for others to love you. Cliched I know. But it is very true. It takes time and a little work for us to get there but when you do your confidence will radiate and you will look and feel so much better for it.

Stay strong ladies we are all in this together, our bodies change but that doesn’t have to change who we are.

Much love