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“Put Your Children into Nursery and Go Out to Work!” Says the Prime Minister #Equality #WorkingFamilies

All of this talk about the general election, and everything that I am seeing in the culture of UK politics at the moment, is giving me a lot to think about. I never really got involved with politics before I … Continue reading

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Are You a Human Being, or a Human Doing?

Today I am inspired to write about something that is always in the back of my mind, especially since I became a mother three years ago. This morning I read an article in the Sept/Oct edition of Families Cheshire magazine, … Continue reading

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The Truth About Marriage

Marriage is hard work. No surprise there, you might think, but when do we actually talk about marriage within our social groups? There is a stigma about the institution, whereby we should ‘put up and shut up’ or ‘get the … Continue reading

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Being a Housewife is Hard Work

You might have a little understanding of where my mind is at the moment, based on recent blog posts. I am totally immersed in motherhood, and I find that it naturally connects with the traditional idea of being a housewife. … Continue reading

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Author Spotlight on the Hump Day Hook Blog

I am a regular participant in the weekly Hump Day Hook blog hop. Every Wednesday we post excerpts of our novels, short stories, or works in progress for people to read and comment on. It’s a bit of fun, a … Continue reading

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The Challenge of the Mother at Home

I recently found time to catch up on reading a few magazines that I subscribe to. I was intrigued by a snippet in the May edition of Mother and Baby. It said that according to a recent survey (carried out … Continue reading

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The Motherhood

Following on from my recent discussion about the situation of working mothers in the UK, my husband showed me a video this morning that really made me chuckle. It was made by Fiat of all people, and it sounds very … Continue reading

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Politics, Marriage Tax Breaks, and the UK Public Divide

I’m not exactly a keen political observer, or even very knowledgeable on the activities of our UK political parties, but I was listening to the daily breakfast phone-in show on BBC Radio 5 Live today, and it was very interesting. … Continue reading

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I Quit the Day Job for my Family

I am currently on maternity leave from my part-time job as a shop assistant for a well-know baby accessories retailer. Although the job was only ever going to be a ’fill-in’ role for me while I sorted out my career … Continue reading

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