Any of you that follow me will know I enjoy a good afternoon tea and I’ve sampled a fair few in Manchester and the North-West in my time (it’s a tough job, but someone’s gotta do it!). So when I was invited to review the Grand Pacific High Tea, I jumped at the chance as I knew it wouldn’t be your bog-standard cucumber sandwich and scone with cream and jam. I wasn’t wrong…Continue reading
Anyone else considering baby-wearing? It’s something I couldn’t get the hang of with my first and I always regretted it. But it’s hard to find a baby carrier suitable for newborns isn’t it? So when I was gifted the Baby Bjorn Mini to try and realised it was suitable for newborns weighing 7lb and up, I was so excited to try it and took baby Rudy out for his first carried walk at just over a week old.
Check out the short video to see the Baby Bjorn Mini in action and here’s what I’m thinking so far…Continue reading
With so many women facing discrimination during maternity leave and even when at the potential age of thinking about starting a family, the flexible working movement has quite rightly, become a real focus of many women who want to start families and still work. The movement is starting to be recognised by the government and employers too, but there’s still a lot of work to be done before the appropriate opportunities and rewards are available for working mothers.
Having been made redundant on my first maternity leave, and starting my own business in order to achieve the flexible working and work-family-life balance I wanted and needed, I feel really passionately about this subject matter and supporting other women who feel backed in a corner of sub-standard work opportunities, treatment, pay and conditions. So when events like the Mums Enterprise Roadshow Manchester come on my radar, my ears prick-up with delight and I snap up a ticket to attend!Continue reading