For Women Who Happen To Be Parents

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November 14, 2017
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If You Say These Words A Lot You Could Be Stressed

Heart racing, problems sleeping, headaches and clenched teeth. These are the obvious signs of stress. But there are also hidden clues in the language that we use, according to scientists. Language experts have discovered that the use of certain words such as ‘very, ‘really’ and ‘incredibly’ can be indicators of […]
November 14, 2017
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Study Of Genius Kids Reveals Key To Success

A long-running study of gifted children has revealed that early intelligence is the most important predictor of later success. The theory that top achievers succeed mostly because of sustained effort has been contradicted by the findings of the 45-year study. Scientists followed 5,000 children who tested in the top one […]
November 14, 2017
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When Are You Too Old To Go Clubbing?

I.D. please. For some of us, it’s many years since we’ve been asked to prove our age when entering a nightclub. But does that mean we’re too old to be there? And what age is too old anyway? Well, a recent survey has revealed the answer to the Netflix or […]
November 14, 2017

25 Things I Have Learned From Becoming A Mother

Your tea is usually cold. If you can find where you left it. Playrooms do not exist. Also apply this to Kids’ side of the garden or house or room. Their stuff goes everywhere. It spreads. If the pasta is still wet or warm and on the floor, leave it till […]
November 13, 2017
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Women Are Happier To Be Single Than Men Are

Contrary to what popular culture tells us women are actually happy being single. That’s according to a new survey carried out by market research agency Mintel. Researchers found that 61% of single women are happy being single, compared to 49% of single men. And three-quarters of single women haven’t bothered […]
November 13, 2017

Help! I Can’t Get My Son Through The Creche Door!

My nearly 4 year old is in Montessori but I have a really hard time in the mornings getting him to go. Sometimes he doesn’t want to leave the house and sometimes it’s when we get to the door of the school. The teacher has to just lift him in. […]


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