When you want to tip everything out of your head and sort it out

Please tell me I’m not alone in this, do you ever feel like there is so much going on in your head that you want to just tip it all out and sort it out. Like a blog post for example, I’ve got all the words and ideas swirling around in there I just can’t seem to communicate with my brain and fingers to type them out in a coherent form. Just me? It’s not…

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Getting to know Jenny from KyNa Boutique

Last month we got to know Steph the founder of Don’t Buy Her Flowers, you can catch up here if you missed it. This month I’m telling you about Jenny from KyNa Boutique. Jenny has been such a huge support and inspiration to me over the past eighteen months. She’s been patient enough to answer even the silliest of my questions that come with starting up a new business, and I know that I can always…

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Little and Fierce accessories store is one today!!

A year ago I launched my, then brand new, business, Little and Fierce. It was such a nerve-wracking and exciting time and one that I remember so well. I can’t quite believe it’s been a year already, it’s gone so fast. It has definitely been a year of learning but then I knew it would be. I’ve had great successes and made mistakes which are all part and parcel of running a business I think.…

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Getting to know Steph from Don’t Buy Her Flowers

Part of what really excited me about launching this new blog was having a platform to talk about running my own business, and sharing the successes and difficulties that come along with it. As well as sharing my own story I wanted to use this space to shout about other mums that have launched businesses. When I was getting this blog ready I jotted down a few ideas of who I’d like to interview and…

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Is it too cliche to say it’s the start of a new chapter?

This month saw my eldest start the juniors and my youngest start school for the very first time. It’s been a time full of very mixed emotions for all of us, my girls at school and me working from home full time on my shop and this blog. E was so ready for school, as a January baby she doesn’t seem too young and fortunately we didn’t have that tricky time of her feeling too old, like…

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“What are you going to do all day when she starts school?” and other …

In a few months time my baby will be starting school. I say ‘my baby’ even though I’m well aware that she is now 4 and a half, but for some reason when I look at her I still see that little tiny toddler with the cheeky grin on her face. Maybe it’s because she is my youngest, I don’t know if other parents feel this about their youngest child or maybe even their only…

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For the fellow mums (and bloggers) that are making it up as they go …

There’s been a lot floating around social media and blog-land this week about how it’s suddenly become popular to belittle your children online for a cheap laugh, for example calling your kids d*cks. If you’ve missed the furour you can catch up by reading Alice’s post and Jess’s post and the original post by Eleanor, I’m sure there are many more too. Now, I am in complete agreement with both of them, sensationalising stuff about your…

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