Mummy B

UK Family Lifestyle Blog

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Hello Fresh - The Answer for Busy Mums


I love to cook. I find it relaxing and a great way to unwind after a busy day. What I'm absolutely rubbish at is deciding what to have and making sure I have everything in when I actually decided what I want to cook. As you will know from my post about the 90 Day SSS Plan, I'm on a mission to get healthier, so when Hello Fresh got in contact and wanted to know whether I would like to try their service, it was an obvious answer.
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Sunday, 25 September 2016

28


Tomorrow I turn 28. Here's 28 goals to reach by the time I'm 29.
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Monday, 19 September 2016

5 Ways to Save Money on Your Food Shop


If you're looking to make cut backs and save a little money, one of the areas you should take a good look at is your food shopping. It can be an area that you can make some big savings, by just doing a few simple things. 
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Saturday, 17 September 2016

#changeyourbills and Start Saving Money


Contact Numbers UK have asked me to see if I can save my bills in their #changeyourbills challenge. As you will know, if you're a regular reader, I'm always looking for ways to save money and having already made some big savings this year on our bills. So, I was curious if I could make any further savings.
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Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Knitting for Little Ones


A homemade gift is the perfect way to welcome a new baby, making little cardigans or blanket, whilst therapeutic to make, are also incredibly wonderful keepsakes. Both my children were given homemade items after their birth. My daughter received a beautiful play mat, which is now in her reading corner in her room and my son was made a beautiful cushion with his name embroidered on. Both we will always keep.

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Monday, 12 September 2016

Darcie's First Day of School


So today my big girl headed off to school and I could not be any prouder of her. We arrived at her school nice and early, so she ended up being first in her line. Once her teacher came onto the playground, her face lit up and she started chatting away to her. Then the whistle blew, I gave her kiss and asked if she wanted us to come in with her, her reply "no mummy" and off she went. Me and my husband were left on the playground whilst the other children (and parents) trotted in. Just like that, she had started school.

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