There are a number of female health issues that can be corrected with very minor treatment but that many people are too embarrassed to try to seek help for. We’re going to look at some of the easiest fixes out there for some very common problems. Bad Breath The medical name for bad breath is […]
The best blogs are about making you feel that you aren’t alone in your secret little shame. You read them to feel better about feeding your children toast three times a day, cleaning your bathroom with your dirty knickers or fancying Tyrion Lannister. That kind of thing. This one’s about the books you pretend to […]
Many of us work from home. Contrary to popular belief, working from home isn’t always about cosying up in bed with your laptop or chilling out on the sofa while you check your emails. Most people have a lengthy to-do list to get through on a daily basis, so it’s important to adopt a routine […]
Is it possible to love and hate a book in equal measure? After raving at length, the Panther insisted I read The Road by Cormac McCarthy. So, in spite of Terry Pratchett and because of Philip Pullman, I picked up the volume. Hopes weren’t high, it has to be said. A “post-apocalyptic fight for survival” […]
How much money do you spend in the supermarket on groceries? I’ll bet your cupboards are full and your purses empty. Loads and loads of groceries. I was watching the shoppers the other day – mostly women, it was the middle of a Friday – expertly loading their trolleys. Done this a million times. […]
A lot of us are now opting to shop online instead of heading to the store. For one thing, it’s a lot more convenient than having to drive over to the shopping mall. Especially if you have to drag a bunch of little ones with you. And you also get more choice and better value […]
Most of us love our mums and are reasonably confident that our children love us too – even when they’re being ungrateful little rats who don’t see why they should put their own soiled clothing in the laundry basket. After all we are mothers every day of the year, not the one where we […]
I see you, teenage child. With your swagger and secrets. Sticking your flag in new territories. Of course, I’m boring. Show me a mother who isn’t. It’s our gift. To you. A life solidified – a crash mat made of person. Ready for your ungrateful bounce.