I’m a hands-on, SAHM twin mama with a fuller-figure and gigantaboobs. I get covered in toddler messes every single day, because I won’t turn my children away when they need me – regardless of how sticky they are!
I LOVE rich jewel colours, and enjoy accessorising – but all my jewellery needs to be toddler-proof or it will get destroyed. Finally, I’m on a tight budget, since we’re a one-income family!
Seems like a tall order? Well fear not – if you’re in my position it is TOTALLY possible to craft a fabulous, minimalist capsule wardrobe… Continue reading Colourful Capsule Wardrobe for Curvaceous Mums
There are mixed messages on what constitutes a capsule wardrobe, but in essence it’s about minimalism & coordination. You want to create a cohesive wardrobe that doesn’t include any excess, and yet makes you feel fabulous. You want items that can work in combination with each other, and create the feel of a signature style. Everything must be flattering, suitable for the chosen season’s climate and work with your lifestyle…
Continue reading Capsule Wardrobes for Messy Mums Part 2: Summer at Primark (Plus Size)
Now, when I am ill or tired or overwhelmed, or it’s star week, instead of fighting to be the perfect mum/wife/person, I say F*ck it. Chuck it. I declare it a Bucket Day… Continue reading The Perfection Deception: The Importance of ‘Bucket’ Days | Self-Care Series
The current image of fathers that society proliferates is of well-meaning oafs – Feckless Fathers, who are more interested in their own work/hobbies than in their children. They shy away from hard or dirty jobs like discipline or changing nappies. Or worse, combat ‘bad’ behaviour with totalitarian dictatorship… Continue reading Be a Bespoke Daddy, not a Feckless Father | Fatherhood Matters