[ 3 Apr 2015 | No Comment ]
Are you an #activemum?  #mediarequest #journorequest #whatsyourstory

We want to feature mums who are doing a bit extra. Whether you love cycling, climbing, running, whether you race for the joy of it or are fundraising, let us know your story.
Family Friendly Working also welcomes tips and hints for busy mums who want to stay active.
Read about our first #activemums here:

10 tips for walking while pregnant
Active Mums: Harriet Green to Ride London for Whizz-Kidz
Active Mums: Susie Coughlan at the European Triathlon Championships

Get in touch via the contact form with your story.
 
 

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[ 25 Apr 2015 | No Comment ]
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Coming up in May, there are lots more events for the family at the DLWP in Bexhill:
Lift the Lid: Pocket-sized Ponies@ Sun 3 May 2015  –  Sun 7 Jun 2015 Free entry
Tales For Toddlers Mon 11 May 2015 Free entry
Aliens Love Underpants Sun 24 May 2015 Tickets: £12.50
For details or to book visit www.dlwp.com or call 01424 229111.

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[ 24 Apr 2015 | No Comment ]
Business success through design and innovation #event #bexhill @dlwp

A cutting-edge event will provide business people with the latest insights into how good design, collaboration and innovative thinking can lead to greater financial success.
Business Growth by Design is being held at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill, East Sussex, on Tuesday, April 28, from 4pm to 7pm.
Organised by the University of Brighton in partnership with Locate East Sussex, it features presentations from leading speakers and opportunities for networking, collaboration with complimentary drinks.
Esther Brown, the University of Brighton’s Economic and Social Engagement Manager, said: “This is the first in …

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[ 23 Apr 2015 | No Comment ]
New Guide: Starting a Limited Company

If you are considering starting a company, download this new free guide. Just click on the image to go to the download and find everything you need to know!

business mums news, days out, house and home »

[ 18 Apr 2015 | No Comment ]
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With a ‘BUMP!’ and  a ‘PLOP!’ dropping in from the wings, balls that squeak, and choruses of ‘Er-yuck!”, the Cat in the Hat live stage show is a real winner for toddlers to tweens.
It can be hard to take a favourite book and do it justice on stage, but this show really works. Sticking mainly to the original words by Dr Seuss (with the occasional added miaou!), the small cast speed through the poem, bringing Cat in the Hat chaos to a theeatre packed with families.
From the moment his tall, …

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[ 17 Apr 2015 | No Comment ]
cook food chinese

We’ve been lucky enough to taste Cook’s new range of  Chinese take out food. I love food from Cook, they make one of my favourite dishes, their Indonesian Vegetable Curry. I like the way that you guarantee good quality ingredients and home cook flavours with convenience, so I was interested to see how the new range matches up.
 
We were sent five dishes from the new range: Chicken Chow Mein, Mushrooms in Sweet Soy, Satay Chicken, Singapore Noodles, and Chicken in Black Bean Sauce.
It is recommended that for the best results, …

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[ 16 Apr 2015 | No Comment ]
The Little Monsters Bash – Sat -Sun 8-9 August 2015

THE LITTLE MONSTERS BASH 2015 – A FUN FESTIVAL FOR YOUR LITTLE MONSTERS
 THE HOP FARM, PADDOCK WOOD, KENT
The Little Monster’s Bash family festival is bouncing back bigger and better for it’s 2nd year running. A monster of a family day out in August, take advantage of the fantastic early bird tickets on sale now! Tickets start from only £12.95 for a day of entertainment and fun.
In its first year, the bash attracted nearly 3,000 children and families for a sunny day of food and festivities! It expects to attract even …

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[ 16 Apr 2015 | No Comment ]
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Is poo taboo? Poo problems are common in many children and are most prevalent in pre-school children. In most cases a child suffering with a poo problem is actually suffering from constipation, which is when they poo less than 4 times a week. As parents, tackling the subject and identifying whether there is a problem with your child’s pooing habits can be difficult. And it’s not just pooing that can be problematic, other continence issues such as daytimeand night time wetting are also a problem for many children and …

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[ 15 Apr 2015 | No Comment ]
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When I went back to work after maternity leave I worked a four day week. It would have been great t have a bit more information about how to make this work as sometimes I felt like I still struggled to fit everything I needed to do at work and home into the time available. Read down this infographic from gotomeeting to find out how a four day working week might work for you.

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[ 15 Apr 2015 | No Comment ]
Jean Gamester

Feedback can be a fabulous thing; it can help us understand our strengths and learn how to build on our experience to do even better in the future.
Feedback’s got a bad rap though.  Often when someone says “I have feedback for you” our heart sinks and we brace ourselves for criticism delivered by someone more focussed on their own interests rather than on helping us to succeed.
Jean Gamester is from Toastmasters International and she believes that in order to create a culture where constructive feedback is at its heart, we …

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[ 14 Apr 2015 | No Comment ]
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We all have dreams, vague or specific plans, hopes for the future, but are you putting steps in place to reach your goals. Whether it is simply to have fun with grandchildren during your retirement, whether you want to travel the world next year, AXA has created an infographic that outlines the nations plans. Importantly, once you have your dreams, it highlights different ways to reach them and prepare for the future you want.

 
 
What are your dreams? Have you taken steps to reach them?
This post is in association with AXA