Mum on a mission

Mum on a mission

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After a lot of thought I have decided to stop doing these shows for now and this show will explain my reasons for doing this and my final thoughts for you all.

After an unexpected break, the show returns with a more serious topic of what to do when crisis hits your family and everything starts to fall apart!

Today I will be talking about the brilliance of planning your meals each week and giving you some tips and ideas to help make this an enjoyable experience.

In today's show I will be talking about how you can orgainise your time better and also why every family should have a calender and every woman should use a diary.

The second part to the organising and cleaning your kitchen show. I will be talking about ways we can keep on top of the cleaning and giving some hints and tips on cleaning and organising your kitchen.

In respect of Mothering Sunday which is on Sunday 10th March in the UK, I will be talking about the relationship that we women have with our own mums and also giving a few ideas on how to make the day special for your mum and... more

Today we are going to be talking about the kitchen and how we can get on top of things in there. We will focus on cleaning and organising and learn how to keep on top of things once it's all done so that we do not have so much to do after... more

Are you one of those people that always uses the word but after the word sorry? I bet you don't even realise that you are doing it! Well todays show is going to be looking at how we say sorry when we've done something wrong.

The topic of today's show is how we view our bodies and the judgements we make about others based on their appearance.

A belated look at why valentines day is an important part of your relationship and not just for teenagers. Including ideas of celebrating, low buget celebrations and how to get the kids involved.

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