parenting

30 things I want to do before I’m 30: Mum edition

Consider this my first proper go at a bucket list, having just celebrated my 24th birthday, I’m starting to feel a little more over the hill than I did before! Can mums really have a bucket list of stuff that’s just for them? Probably not, but I’m willing to give it a go (bonus points […]

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Date Night at Home…

Raise your hand if you can remember the last time you and your significant other had a date night?! Nope, me neither! Never fear! Chrissy is on hand with her tips to get your date nights back on track in collaboration with Real Soy Candles… Creating the Ultimate At-Home Date Night In the UK, the […]

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health, parenting

25 easy candy free Easter gift ideas for kids

Everyone loves gift-giving, and there is something especially magical about giving gifts to children. But have you ever considered the sugar content in those sugary treats? A Dairy Milk buttons easter egg fits in the palm of your hand and also comes with a small pack of chocolate buttons. While that may seem ideal for […]

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Why I’m glad I had my child at 20

Share Tweet to @mummykindoff I fell pregnant with my daughter at the ripe old age of 20, and gave birth to my daughter exactly 1 month before my 21st birthday. Now, there are lots of pros and cons to having your children at certain ages, and the topic is apparently the business of the (predominantly) […]

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health, parenting

How to Deal with the Stress of Raising Two Kids

Tweet to @mummykindoff A big thank you to Murris from familyhype.com for sharing this piece with us! We all know how stressful one child can be, and these tips for coping with two are great! Having a second child on the way can be amazing, but it can also be the most stressful time of your […]

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Schooling in the UK and Denmark…

Share Tweet to @mummykindoff This is a topic that has always fascinated me… The UK, for all of its strict, formalised education system, isn’t doing as well as it should be. In fact, the UK’s PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) results demonstrate that we have fallen behind to 26 other countries in Maths, and […]

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5 top tips to reduce your household plastic wastage

Share Tweet to @mummykindoff Many of us have been made more aware of our plastic usage since Blue Planet II was aired, and due to the ‘blue planet effect’ many people have begun to attempt to reduce their plastic wastage. I’m a big believer in looking after the environment and trying to live a sustainable […]

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