Category Archives: Secret Mummy Business

Motherhood and Management

Since I was last regularly updating my blog, I began working full-time again. Or semi full-time, anyway. I am fortunate enough to have a husband with a business for whom I can work, and dictate my hours. I drop the … Continue reading

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I am Zen. Almost.

It’s been a while. Despite the fact that I made the promise to myself to write each week, it’s been many weeks. Well, no excuses. I’ll just get on with it shall I? What is that has given me incentive … Continue reading

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Children Are Brain Damaged

I can hear the PC brigade tutting at me already. You can’t say that! Yes I can. I can say that because it’s true. It might not be PC. But if Bill Cosby can say it, then I can too. … Continue reading

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Mum Look #203

Sometimes I find myself amidst a situation that I would swear has been lifted directly from a comedy skit. That or the halls of a mental institution. Example: This very morning I was sitting on my bed, reading my emails … Continue reading

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Life, Motherhood and Soap Operas

I don’t watch a huge amount of television. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not one of those ‘TV rots your brain’ or ‘I am FAR Too Busy to watch television’ people. Between the hours of 8pm and 11pm the TV … Continue reading

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Busy Busy Busy

No blog post for over a week! Well what can I say? Spring is in the air and the scent of wattle mixed with the clean sea breeze always makes me want to climb out of the cave of winter … Continue reading

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Just a Mum

On my first day of school, at the age of 5, I was asked what I wanted to be when I grew up. The other kids all wanted to be Firemen, or Police Officers or Nurses and Doctors. I decided … Continue reading

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