Blogs I love

Nickie at Iamtypecast – because she’s funny and shares great tutorials:
Typecast Blog

Mamma Politico – ‘cos she’s a mum and dares to blog about intelligent stuff other than parenting… but she doesn’t have a badge, so follow the link.

Hysterical and totally bonkers:


Laura at Catharsis – who writes brilliantly and also raises awareness of pediatric stroke; a wonderful blog, well worth checking out:

Loads more too, and I’ll get around to updating this some time soon.  In the meantime, do add a link to your blog in the comments below – you’ll also be able to add a link to your last post with CommentLuv ;-)

125 Responses to Blogs I love

  1. Juan Armenta says:

    Thanks for your add. Im looking forward to reading your blog. make sure to stop by my site, and check out some of my work.. Thanks

  2. Lucy says:

    Also do check out my new website
    Lucy recently posted..Woooosh!My Profile

  3. Thanks for the follow :) NLP fascinates me so I’ll be reading with interest.
    Mel (MilkChic Breastfeeding Fashion) recently posted..Toddler Talk: New wordsMy Profile


    Just a little blog about my son and I , and anything that either annoys or amuses me, next year it hopefully will also be telling the story of our new life in the sticks!
    Lynda MibsXX Johnson recently posted..Get Instant Feedback When You PublishMy Profile

  5. Lol, that wasnt my last post!

  6. Ness Gorton says:

    I originally started blogging last year when we spent 8 weeks touring Australia but it was very limiting on what I could do so my proper blog is
    Ness Gorton recently posted..I was once warm!!!My Profile

  7. Helen Coxan says:

    Sorry Fi – it’s me Helen Coxan !

  8. nlpmum says:

    Hi Helen – gosh my virtual reality is beginning to meet my real world…. hmmmm ;-)
    nlpmum recently posted..Christmas GamesMy Profile

  9. Nikki Thomas says:

    This is my blog! Pop over and say hello!
    Nikki Thomas recently posted..Saturday is Mammasaurus DayMy Profile

  10. MuMuGB says:

    I blog about being a French Mum in London. Come and let me know what you think!

  11. Froth Ing says:

    Hi, Fiona, thanks for your note!

    The term “Frothers” came about one dank and dismal November day in 2011. A frustrated user of the parenting forum Mumsnet started a thread about her dismay at the cuts that the Conservative/Liberal Democrat government was inflicting on the British public.

    She stated that she was not “quite a frothing berserker but I am getting rather cross with our government messing with the good stuff”.

    The good stuff – policies, benefits, institutions that had taken years to achieve were being cut for no good reason, often leaving gaping holes in the fabric of British society.

    The NHS, with which we Brits have a love-hate relationship, but like a favourite sibling, we wish to protect from harm. Education; Sure Start; Child Benefit; DLA and ESA; libraries; sports facilities … These and many other cuts are being made in the name of austerity. We are “all in this together”, but some of us are deeper in this than others. We all understand that there are sacrifices to be made but why should these sacrifices be borne by those who already have so little?

    The general public seems oblivious of the dangers being faced, they are unaware of the injustices being wrought on the already disadvantaged. The government is winning the war of the headlines.

    The poster on Mumsnet was not alone for long. Within a few days, a group of over 30 posters had formed. They asked themselves, “What can we do?”. A blog was born. Three days later the blog had over thirty authors signed up, a Facebook page and a Twitter account.

    Frothers don’t join. Frothers are frothing!

    Come and say hello at Too Many Cuts, on Twitter (hashtag #frothers) and on Facebook. We went a bit viral on Saturday. Turns out thousands of people are Frothing, but thought they were alone!
    Froth Ing recently posted..An Education in DebtMy Profile

  12. Froth Ing says:

    Oops, didn’t mean that to be so long. Sorry :o
    Froth Ing recently posted..How ‘workfare’ affects youMy Profile

  13. nlpmum says:

    It’s all right Froth Ing, you can go on about this as long as you like. Most of my political rantings tend to be of a greenish tinge, but here is my most recent in which I’m outraged at the injustice your talking about A political rant. I’m also a big supporter of the Occupy movement and somewhere on here there’s a post about a society based on Kindness which has a great video in it. We need to fundamentally look at our values and the impending doom that the ConDems are reaping is just a part of that.
    nlpmum recently posted..Christmas Presents for the Foodie Eco WarriorMy Profile

  14. Elinor Wilde says:

    Hi Fiona
    I’m soooo new to blogging but already can see how addictive it can be. So many working women fall into the trap of trying to be the ‘perfect’ mum because they haven’t had the chance to stop and get clarity about the mum they want to be instead of the one they think they should be. My blog is aimed at helping working mums to gain clarity, control and confidence

    • nlpmum says:

      Sounds great Elinor – many of us have lost the art of listening to our inner selves and doing what is right for us… particularly in this dire economic climate where outgoings so often exceed income. Sounds like a valuable job you’re doing!

  15. icontact promo code says:

    Some great recommendations here, thanks for sharing.

  16. Beth Creedon says:

    Where abouts near Hudds do you live?
    We live in South Manchester and love walking around Marsden.

    Beth x

  17. nlpmum says:

    Love your site Beth – anyone else stopping by, do check it out…. dead cool ;-) Have messaged you our precise whereabouts ;-)
    nlpmum recently posted..How bad are bananas?My Profile

  18. Hi, thanks for the message. Really glad to find your site.

    My witty repartie (ahem!) and some cakes can be found over at

    Helen at Casa Costello recently posted..When the girls met Widow Twanky – Day 3 Project 366My Profile

  19. Maureen says:

    Hey Fiona,
    Happy New Year! Love what you’re all about, thanks for including my blog.
    Maureen recently posted..Easy Green Pieces – packable, mailable birch plywood furnitureMy Profile

  20. Hi Fiona,
    thanks for asking me to connect with you here. I enjoyed reading your blog, but also find some really good ones on this page
    from fun to mum recently posted..6/366My Profile

  21. nlpmum says:

    Thanks for stopping by. Love your blog Maureen. From Fun to Mum – glad you’re finding some interesting blogs in this thread, me too…. good luck with the job hunt btw…. challenging times, I’m gonna be posting some of my experiences of the job market in the next couple of day ;-)
    nlpmum recently posted..How bad are bananas?My Profile

  22. MuMuGB says:

    Hi there! Thanks for your DM on twitter. I am a French Mum living in London and I blog here:

  23. nlpmum says:

    Welcome Muriel – where in France are you from? I lived in the French Alps for 4 seasons and then in Vichy for a couple of years…. want to take the kids to live in France for a year or so some time soon…. not sure where though ;-) F
    nlpmum recently posted..A Parenting CVMy Profile

  24. Cathy says:

    Hi Fiona, hope you like it! Cathy x
    Cathy recently posted..Highs and Lows of 2011My Profile

  25. Our blog address is –

    Please follow us on facebook too where you will receive more updates –

  26. mugofdecaf says:

    I just followed you on twitter and you asked for the link to my blog. Here it is! Hope you’re having a good weekend :o)

  27. Sonia says:

    Thanks for the invitation to learn more about me! I have a blog here:

    And I also have a project here:

    Would love for you to check out pickie! It’s a place to save & share product recommendations.

  28. Diann Shepp says:

    Leaving link to our blog (as requested in your Twitter DM) I hope you like it Fiona ;-)

  29. Ericka says:

    Hi, thanks for your note. Fantastic site.
    Ericka recently posted..You are all just jealous…..My Profile

  30. Here’s the link to my own blog:

    Thanks for the Twitter follow!


  31. Amber Khan says:

    For any of you who is into anything Green or a Vegetarian or uses non-animal tested products or non-alcoholic cosmetics or would just rather buy ethically sourced products in a 1 day specail Deal format then Fair n Green is the place to be. Moreover, certain % from each completed transaction will also be given to a new or ongoing sustainable living project in poorer communities around the world. So buy ethical & give back.
    Thank You NLP Mum. Feel free to drop your link at our FB pg here

  32. Amber Khan says:

    ok so 2 twitter addresses didn’t work so just leaving the one

  33. Thanks!

    For women who have found their passion but don’t yet know how to make that pay the bills, check out:

    - and enjoy :)

    Corrina Gordon-Barnes
    Corrina Gordon-Barnes recently posted..Why Is Self-Employment So Hard?My Profile

  34. Appreciate your interest in my art work. As requested, blog is here:

    I look forward to reading your tweets.

  35. Hi,
    I recently started my blog & would love to have you come visit. It tells short stories of how people have been able to accomplish their dreams despite adversity. Please leave a comment & I will be sure to respond. DrB
    Dr Barbara Lavi recently posted..Smile! It’s Free Therapy!My Profile

  36. Sian Hunter says:

    I think NLP sounds brilliant – I am in the process of developing similar skills through drama, craft and stories. My business is only a year old and I have discovered that in order to be able to fulfil my goal I have to study all aspects more in depth. I used to be a teacher and have tried to teach children who would have benefited form the NLP approach due to all sorts of issues. The fact that I couldn’t adapt the curriculum and therefore couldn’t help these children has lead me to find different ways of developing confidence and ways of expressing yourself to empower these children. I am also mother to a delightful almost three year old, who has taught me an awful lot about learning from scratch and inspired me to harvest the determination, repetition and excitement children have to learn and hopefully recreate the same feelings in struggling children. My blog is about the development of my business and quite varied in content.

    • nlpmum says:

      Hi Sian – Lovely to meet you. Stories and metaphor are one of the most powerful ways we have to communicate – NLP is big on metaphor ;-) My hubby and I started NLP when our kids were little and it’s been extremely powerful in helping them learn and in the way we use stories in our house. Both of our kids (4 and 7) are fantastic story tellers (in a good way) and they know the power of language. NLP is brilliant too for kids who are not visual – most education systems pander to the visual more than the other senses. Lucky we knew this and have been able to help our eldest with his struggle through early years education just by recognising that he is stongly kinesthetic and adapting stuff to help him….. I could go on, but for drama, craft and stories NLP is brilliant. enjoy having a look around. ;-) Fiona

  37. graceandme says:

    I’m chuffed to have stumbled across your blog, makes excellent reading! Thanks for letting me post here!
    graceandme recently posted..Natural Born Liar!My Profile

  38. Hope you will visit my facebook page as well The Wake Up And Dream Challenge!
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  39. Brian says:

    Hey there, I havent started blogging yet but from some of the links here I have found a few sites that look like a good place to start :)


    I have just started online and need as much help and advice as I can get… this is the kinda things I am doing

  40. Michelle says:

    I blog for parents of kids ages 10-14 (ish). Thanks!

  41. Kathy g says:

    Thanks for leaving the link to your blog and for following me on Twitter! I know I’ll enjoy reading your posts. I actually have two blogs; the one above about gardening and a new “crafty” one here

  42. Rachael says:

    Hi Fiona,

    I have been reading your blog for a while now but never commented! I found you when I was searching for information while atudying for my NLP Master Practitioner – I was pregnant at the time! Its good to connect with another writer and NLP mum. Thanks for inviting me to leave my links on this page.

    I write about parenting at and I also blog about writing, people and poetry at

    I look forward to getting to know you!

  43. qj says:

    Really kind of you to ask me to place my info here. Thanks. QJ.
    qj recently posted..Sales Masterclass from a Los Angeles Shopping MallMy Profile

  44. Joel Quass says:

    Thanks for the chance to connect. I look forward to reading your posts.
    Joel Quass recently posted..Four lessons any manager can learn from the Masters Golf Tournament – Part 4My Profile

  45. Hi; looking forward to catching up with you and your blog. Here’s mine which is a mixture of humerous (I hope) blogs and flash fiction from a wannabe writer.

    Love Liz
    elisabeth Koch recently posted..5 Sentence Fiction ArmourMy Profile

  46. S J Thurley says:

    Hiya, looking forward to chatting to you and catching up on your blog. Come and have a look at mine if you fancy a giggle.
    A lighthearted blog about life,love and family. xx
    S J Thurley recently posted..The Battle Of My Bulge.My Profile

  47. Katie says:

    This is me! Looking forward to getting in touch x

  48. Hazel Parker says:

    My blog on being a new, young, penny saving mummy in the heart of Bedfordshire.

  49. Pippi says:

    Please join me for some chit-chat about all kinds of craziness. :-)

    • nlpmum says:

      Hi Pippi, thanks for dropping by. Just dropped by your blog, the school trip sounds hideous. You’ve just given me 7 good reasons never to go on a school trip ;-) F

      PS Red Licorice – yeuch…. soft eating black licorice every time ;-)

  50. Hi! Good to meet you. Have had a bit of a nose around your blog and there’s some interesting stuff. NLP is something I know very little about, so will definitely have a good snoop through those posts. Hope job hunt goes well. Do pop over and have a look at our blog.

  51. cassie says:

    Hi, thanks for the invite to stop by. Hope to meet you at BritMumslive this weekend, really looking forward to it.

    I create money magnetizing niche WordPress websites and show others how to do the same through speaking, training and coaching.

    My blog is Women’s Way To Wealth at

    Look forward to connecting with you, and to learning more about NLP.

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    • nlpmum says:

      Great Cassie, I’m not making it to BritMums this year I’m afraid. I’m off down to London today and couldn’t stay for the weekend. Anyhow, your blog sounds fascinating, will definitely stop by. Fiona

    • nlpmum says:

      Great Cassie, I’m not making it to BritMums this year I’m afraid. I’m off down to London today and couldn’t stay for the weekend. Anyhow, your blog sounds fascinating, will definitely stop by. Fiona

  52. Sky says:

    Hey thanks for the follow on Twitter. I am going to read more now!

    • nlpmum says:

      Looking forward to checking out your clothing range Sky. I used to live in Vancouver and loved Lulu Lemon’s yoga stuff. Will hop on over to your site now ;-)

  53. nlpmum says:

    Interesting…. I’ve been thinking for a while that there’s got to be a space somewhere for women to write about sex ;-) Blog could do with some pics though.

  54. Sara Gerlings says:

    Published craft writer and Co founder of shares tips and techniques for you to become a craftier crafter.

    Come and visit our blog to find free and easy makes. Quirky ideas incorporating well designed and illustrated colouring activities, craft and sewing patterns, you can enjoy making with your family. Putting some fun back into family time.

  55. here is our school blog, please check it out. :)
    Royal Hospital School recently posted..The Jenson Button Trust Triathlon filmed at RHSMy Profile

  56. Thanks for the dm on twitter. Looking forward to connecting more. Reset Parenting is all about understanding children/teen behaviour and helping to pave the way forward for positive outcomes in life. Come and check our blog out at or find us on facebook at or twitter @resetparenting.

  57. Mette says:

    Thanks for tweeting me:) Have added your blog to my blog list on my blog:)
    Mette recently posted.."But I don’t have 4 hands, daddy"My Profile

  58. @Kanga_Rue says:

    I’ve used NLP for pain control, so look forward to reading tour blog, especially as I’m now a Mummy :)
    @Kanga_Rue recently posted..Taste AdventuresMy Profile

    • nlpmum says:

      Great stuff, there are people who have used NLP and hypnosis to have operations without anasthetic. If we all did this it would save the NHS millions! Recovery is much better too. If you look back through the archive there are quite a lot of parenting articles… enjoy ;-) Are you on twitter?

  59. Hi, thanks for following me on Twitter, nice to see a fellow West Yorkshireian (not a word , I know!) I’m interested in NLP so I will be reading with interest. Please pop over and say hi on my blog if you get the chance!
    Ramblings Of A Suburban Mummy recently posted..Date NightMy Profile

  60. Not really a blog about mothering babies, etc, but about mothering grownups. We all need a fairy blog mother when it comes to help about how to blog properly, sorting out any problems and making it easier and quicker. If there’s anything you want to know about blogging, and it isn’t already on my blog (, then email me and I will sort it out for you.
    Alice Elliott recently posted..Magic Moment: Do you know where your blog visitors come from?My Profile

  61. Thanks for following me on Twitter! Here are links to two of my blogs – I have quite a few, you can find out a lot about me here:
    Bryony Taylor recently posted..Social success – the keys to engaging people on Twitter and Facebook – presentation for #NMtrain, Leeds 28 April 2012My Profile

  62. JoAnn Jordan says:

    Thanks for following me. I look forward to sharing with you. Here’s my blog link:

  63. Paul Groom says:

    Hi there,

    @origami_owl on Twitter.

    Great to meet you on Twitter. Here are my two websites, one is my illustration work (mixed in with collaborations which I do on Twitter)… the other one is my professional photography link, which is my main job.

    Hope you like them!


  64. @markusj75 says:

    My twitter username is @markusj75 and I blog at:
    I don’t just blog about my boys, I blog about anything and everything! I recently opened up my blog to guestposts which I already have 1 posted on my blog and 2 more are in the making! So please feel free to have a read!
    @markusj75 recently posted..1st GuestpostMy Profile

  65. Thanks for the Twitter message ;-)
    My site/ blog is
    A blog of travel inspiration, advice and tips for travelers seeking luxurious travel experiences. Been going since 2005. Hope you enjoy it!
    Gary Bembridge ( recently posted..The Top 10 Most Popular Travel PostsMy Profile

  66. nlpmum says:

    Gosh, thank you all for the links, I have a lot of checking out to do and a good deal of blog writing too. The whole thing has gone to pot a bit since last summer – I might do that NaBloPoMo thing again though if I’m bored in November!!! Looking forward to looking through all these blogs ;-) F
    nlpmum recently posted..Forget about success…My Profile

  67. Hi,

    My blog is at

    I’m looking forward to reading more of yours!
    But Why Mummy Why? recently posted..“Mummy! I am not a pajama queen!”My Profile

  68. Rated Family says:

    Due to my obviously worsing OCD I’m trying to create a site that pulls together parent blogger/family friendly reviews – making them easier to discover when researching products.
    Rated Family recently posted..Toy Story Hama BeadsMy Profile

  69. hello, your twitter very efficiently said leave a link, so here you go best wifey

  70. Hello lovely, will be reading as much as poss! come visit me :)

  71. Good to connect on Twitter. I blog at and look forward to getting to know you better.
    Kate on Thin Ice recently posted..This is the room – part 2My Profile

  72. Emma Day says:

    Hello! Thankyou for your tweet! I’m mother of 5yr old singleton, 5 month old twins and stepmum to 9yr old. Blogging my way through parenthood and trying to raise awareness of HELLP Syndrome. You can find me at

    Muchos bloggy luv! Xx
    Emma Day recently posted..Trouble Doubled (Guest Post)My Profile

  73. Hi, I blog over at: and can be found daily on Twitter and also on my facebook page.

    Its great to meet you and look forward to getting to know you better :-)All the best Kate XX
    Kate Ladd (aka Makeshift Mummy) recently posted..Makeshift Mummy Makes It WorkMy Profile

  74. Yvette Salva says:

    my blog is come check it out I am also on facebook –

    talk to you soon!

  75. My blog is all about me being a Mummy and the challenges I face including my sons speech delay and possible autism :-) x x x

  76. Julie Zorn says:

    Himation a! Here’s the link to my blog. Looking forward to getting to know you better, too!

  77. Kylie says:

    Hello, my blog is called Not Even A Bag of Sugar, and is about my son born at 27 weeks gestation.

    Nice to meet you.
    Kylie recently posted..Help Dora HelpMy Profile

  78. Alex Lowe says:

    Hi read your tweets, got your DM and can’t wait to get stuck into your blog!
    My blog is but a mere fledgling!
    Alex Lowe recently posted..Stop cutting into the ‘tache!My Profile

  79. Pinkoddy says:

    Hi and thank you for the dm.
    Look forward to getting to know you better too.
    I’m at
    See you soon :0)
    Pinkoddy recently posted..Holland – The Go KartsMy Profile

  80. Sascha Cooper says:

    Here is as requested my blog :) it’s very new, but already because of NaBloPoMo it’s been very popular :)

  81. Finch Photography says:

    Twitter (@Finch_Photos)

    Great landscape photography is a passion for me. I take pride in a meticulous approach to the craft and firmly believe that quality is everything. I was inspired by the classic landscape photography of Ansel Adams and John Blakemore and more recently Joe Cornish, and as such I strive to implement a far reaching vision and style in my work, but also believe that you don’t have to travel to the ends of the earth for inspirational landscape photography. Some of the best locations are often much closer than you think. Everything we do, everyday, is influenced by light. From the very second you rise every morning and look through the curtains the decisions you make are a reaction to the light. Think of the effect that a dull day has on your moral and how that changes on a bright sunny day. In landscape photography the light is king, it is having an effect on every landscape, in every corner of the world, at every moment in time. In my landscape photography it is my goal to work with and capture the subtle nuances of the light as it plays on the landscape. As a landscape photographer I am photographing the light on the land not the landscape itself.

  82. Abby Wynne says:

    Hi! What a wonderful list of blogs! Mine is called A Healer’s Journey, it’s about two years old and follows my thoughts, teachings and some meditations on life, the universe and everything!!

    Hope you enjoy it!

    Abby Wynne recently posted..Being Here, Now.My Profile

  83. Nicky says:

    Not mummy blog as such but often informed by my kids/parenting… I’m a journalist with a fondness for words … hope you like it!

  84. Han says:

    hey there, My blog url is
    It covers all sorts of things. I try to make it interesting/informative….!
    Han recently posted..Sunny Autumn Walk by the RiverMy Profile

  85. Fab link!

    I provide blogging tips and support for business owners and hobby bloggers. Come along and get Naked ;)
    Laura Summers recently posted..Some Twitter LoveMy Profile

  86. nlpmum says:

    Not at all, it’s just the thing for your market/blog!
    nlpmum recently posted..Autumn daze and positive bodiesMy Profile

  87. Emilio Basa says:

    Thanks for the follow. Looking forward to reading more of your stuff. I have a blog about being an independent musician and different stories of my life.


  88. Adam Garratt says:

    Wow lots of comments on this :) nice to meet you all
    Adam Garratt recently posted..Baileys cake……and my over the top use of gold sprayMy Profile

  89. Hi, great to meet you and to encounter all these great blogs.
    I don’t yet have one of my own but I have contributed a guest blog here on that elusive work-life balance for working mums (or moms!):

  90. Sarah Agnew says:

    Hi Fiona
    Thanks for contacting me and good to hear from you! NLP sounds really interesting, especially regarding Hypnotic Language Patterns and getting kids to go to sleep. This could really help my sister and best friend who both have little ‘uns with disturbed sleep. If you have posted an article about this, please can you send me a link to it for me to pass on?
    I have two blogs, one is all about Brighton on the south coast of England and the great independent shops, cafes, art, music and events that you can find there, called BestBitsAboutBrighton.
    The other is my own Bric a Brac online, called ModernBrickaBrack and has a few recipes, travels abroad, poetry, as well as Brighton stuff. Please let me know if you would like to exchange links and I will add you to my Blogroll and favourite links on both blogs.
    Best wishes and Happy New Year to you

  91. Hi thanks for the follow. I’ve been blogging for the last 2 years about being a first time mum, I’ve made it my NY resolution to attempt to finish in top 100 of Tots100. So am networking and learning to use Twitter a bit more! I’d love any feedback from anyone :) thanks xx
    Jetta Sneddon recently posted..Eating ProblemsMy Profile

  92. Erica Price says:

    Hi I’ve got 2 blogs: named for the hours of the school day and covering all aspects of family life.
    Erica Price recently posted..Christmas With Warner BrothersMy Profile

  93. Erica Price says:

    The second blog a more grown up blog about nice things: food, drink, beauty, fashion, etc.
    Erica Price recently posted..Silent SundayMy Profile

  94. Hi,
    Thanks for letting us link to your lovely blog!
    I am a newbie blogger and just learning the ropes as they say…
    Check my blog out on
    MishMashMamma recently posted..Twins doing it Gangnam StyleMy Profile

  95. Ffion says:

    Hiya Fiona (great name!), just leaving you the link for my blog so that you can check it out! :)
    Ffion recently posted..What is CrossFit?My Profile

  96. Jill says:

    Thank you for inviting me to post a link to my blog, I hope you get chance to visit and I look forward to reading more about you and what you do. :)
    Jill recently posted..Baked Sea Bream Stuffed with Garlic, Onion and Red PepperMy Profile

  97. Rachel says:

    my blog is about early education, play and life as a parent of 3 girls as we begin a new life in the US.
    Rachel recently posted..Happy St. David’s Day: My Recording of Llwyn OnnMy Profile

  98. Sarah P&T says:

    Hi, I’ve only just quite recently started my blog Perfume & Trumps, so called because it talks about both sides of modern life for women – the sickly and the sweet! Actually it’s probably more about the trumpy side but it’s definitely real life without pulling any punches. I’m a wife, a mum of 2 girls and run my own business and really this blog is just about making other women smile and say ‘yep, been there!’
    Sarah P&T recently posted..Spanx? No thanxMy Profile

  99. Hi Fiona,

    I have left a link to our blog in the website box. It is still being developed, and will be posting regular updates beginning next University year.

    I have also left a link to our Facebook, you will find out more information about us there.

    Kind Regards
    Socialist Students Society

  100. mum diaries says:

    Thanks for asking to read my blog! Check it out at – looking forward to reading yours! X

  101. Thank you for requesting our website/blog post. Sustainable Food Trust aims to share inspiring stories of those working to create better food systems, and offer sensible advice on what to eat and when. It would be of lots of interest to mums interested in learning more about food and where it comes from.

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