Gift Buying Made Easy with GiftsOnline4U


This week my husband celebrated a milestone birthday.  He reached the big 3-0, leaving his twenties behind him for good.  Hubs and I have always been a little slack on the gift buying front, often not bothering at all.  However seeing as it’s not every day a man reaches 30, I knew I had to mark the occasion with something…

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Hovis Tasty Wholemeal – Mobile Bakery Tour


There’s nothing better than the smell of freshly baked bread, apart from eating it still warm, covered with butter and jam!  Over the coming weeks Hovis are touring the UK with their mobile bakery. A super cool 1930’s Airstream, giving the nation the opportunity to sample an oven fresh Wholemeal slice! Hovis have been baking their Wholemeal bread for over 130 years,…

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A Potty Training Dilemma


The eldest of my girls will soon be two and so the question of when to officially start potty training keeps popping into my mind.  Up until now we have had successful use of the potty, but by no means are we fully trained. I first gave her the option of using the potty at around eighteen months, one day she told me when…

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#Blogstravaganza #20


Hi all!  Welcome back to another #Blogstravaganza! These weeks are just flying by, I can’t believe we are on #20 already!  This week has been an exciting week for me as my first ever vlog went live!  I was so nervous, but I think it went down ok…phew!  You can find it over on Instagram if you’d like to take…

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I’m not Failing, I’m a Working Mum


Since I went back to work at the beginning of last month, I’ve really struggled to shake the feeling that I failed at being a SAHM.  Every time I sit down to work, I look back at my children’s faces and a pang of guilt rocks me.  Once I get going the feeling usually passes and I get on with my job, but…

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#MumisBest Guest Post – Denver from Denver’s Diary


  Welcome to another instalment of my new guest series #MumisBest!  #MumisBest is all about the ever-growing SAHM/working mum debate.  I really want this series to highlight that there’s no right or wrong way, but whatever works for you and you family.  If you’d like to take part do get in touch, I’d love to hear from you!  For now I…

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Helping Your Children Cope with the Emotional Effects of Moving


It would be great if the first home we moved into were perfect, but sometimes life isn’t that simple. There are so many reasons why moving home may be the only option for you and your family. Enhanced career prospects, a better education for your children and a more desirable community.  These are just a few of the reasons you might…

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#Blogstravaganza #19


Happy Saturday you lovely linkers! I hope you’ve all had a fabulous week and have enjoyed the sunshine.  We had a great turn out last week with 48 links, thank you all so much! We have a fab little community over on Instagram too, again thank you all so much for tagging your photos with #Blogstravaganza.  I love Instagram so it’s…

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Freelancing – Earning a Living as a Stay at Home Mum


It has been said a million times, but it’s true, being a stay at home mum is more work than a full-time job, and your shift never really ends! However, many of us still feel unsatisfied in regards to our careers, or are simply a bit short on cash, and crave something to help with both. It might be simply…

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Loving The Life Less Lived – A Mental Health Awareness Week Giveaway


Mental Health Awareness week 2017 falls between 8th – 17th May.  In light of this, here at The Tale of Mummyhood, we are giving away a copy of the fabulous book LOVING THE LIFE LESS LIVED by Gail Marie Mitchell.   ‘Loving The Life Less Lived is an emotional rollercoaster, it’s an honest, often brutal example of how anxiety can…

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