There's nothing like doing the modern family/home/work juggle to get a girl to take her eye off the ball in the beauty department. Amidst the business of it all, grooming typically takes a back seat save for a quick lick of mascara and, perhaps, a swipe of lip colour in the morning
Time For You
Mums would love nothing more than eight hours kip and a long lie in on Mother’s Day, according to a new poll. The survey, commissioned by leading online discount site NetVoucherCodes.co.uk, found that Mums would prefer things many of us take for granted on their special day rather than expensive gifts.
Most women love the way they feel during pregnancy and embrace their bountiful breasts and fuller figures, but once we've got our new baby, many of us are left distressed by the 'damage' it's done to our bodies.
As a mum you are often the lynchpin of your whole family. If you are tired, stressed and snappy chances are your whole family is tense, as they take their lead from you and pick up on your vibes. So, how do you get the balance right between being selfless and exhausted to being upbeat and enthusiastic?
WE’VE all been there. You love being a mum, but you feel as though your whole world revolves around taking care of your baby or toddler’s needs, and an endless cycle of washing, cooking and cleaning. You’d also like to talk to someone who doesn’t just speak toddlygook sometimes.