For many new mothers the thought of returning back to work can seem like a daunting task. Whether through choice or necessity, most mums will go through the emotional upheaval of having to deal with the change in leaving the little ones behind.
British mums have a busy time ahead as My Ariel survey reveals that one in five students admit they don’t know how to use a washing machine, as they head home for the Easter holidays
Mum still knows best with 70% of students relying on mothers (or grandmothers) to teach them how to do their laundry; over a quarter of students admit to wearing their clothes until they are grubby or even a bit whiffy; 22% of students only go near a washing machine when they start to run out of clothes and Londoners are not as clued up as their northern counterparts, as only 58% of London students know how to use a washing machine compared to 80% of Mancunian students
Its’ an important decision choosing where you want your children to go to nursery and there are many factors to look out for, but the most important one is to let your intuition be your guide and to look at number of nurseries before you choose.
School holidays - dread or delight? There are hundreds of different things you could do – lighten up, get away from the telly and build some happy, funny and memorable memories!
When you tell people that you are a working mum, chances are you might occasionally or even frequently get reactions that range from raised eyebrows to judgemental comments. This could happen anywhere - at work, whilst doing the grocery shopping or in the community.