This week to continue my series #MumsWhoWorkIt I have interviewed Louisa from Born 2 Birth. Louisa teaches hypnobirthing in Ealing. She is a busy Mum of two and has managed to run her business alongside her day job.Continue Reading
This week to continue my series #MumsWhoWorkIt I have interviewed Louisa from Born 2 Birth. Louisa teaches hypnobirthing in Ealing. She is a busy Mum of two and has managed to run her business alongside her day job.
I think this is what the Mums and Dads of Ealing have been waiting for! “Yes”, I hear you all say, a Coffee Shop that is totally child friendly, where your kids can play and you can enjoy a decent coffee, plus something tasty to eat.
This week on the blog, I have decided to re-start my interview series #MumsWhoWorkIt. My idea for these blog posts is to interview local business women who have set up their own business.
I’ve always had a love of reading ever since I was a young child and I still have my nose in a book a lot of the time now too.
It’s nearly time for the kids to break up for the Easter Holidays, if they haven’t already! So about now is when I start making sure that I have all the essentials ready (washed and ironed) for our Easter Break.
Pitzhanger Manor and Gallery finally re-opened it’s doors this weekend in Ealing, after being closed for three years while the Grade-1 listed building underwent refurbishment.
Today, I would like to introduce you to My Mood Stars these tactile cuddly little stars are an ingenious invention by Wendy Woo.
Ealing 135 is an organisation run by volunteers who put together playgroups, events and networking for parents/ carers with children under 5 years old in the borough of Ealing.
Sundays are made for a traditional Sunday Roast in my opinion, there is nothing like sitting down to a home cooked meal.