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Family and Finances

Rather than spend the precious little time we have outside of work on planning finances (because as we all know, there’s no such thing as “free time” for any parent), we tapped onto the minds of three financial advisors in our parent community to share how they plan for themselves and their clients. The Mumsclub …

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How We Cope

There’s no two ways about it – parenthood is tough, mentally draining and (sometimes) depressing. So how do we cope; live well and find the inner strength (and patience) to be the best version of ourselves?  We asked members of our community; and here’s what they had to say. Bullet Journaling Are you a read …

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The Pro Parent’s Prep List

Always feeling anxious and unsettled every time you leave the house?  Feeling that the diaper bag never seems to match your outfits yet it’s such a hassle to switch bags? Or are you feeling like you’re always carrying more than you should? To help ease the stress and rush before outings, we like to pack …

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Paleo for a week!

The premise for the paleo diet is simple – eat like how your ancestors would eat. That means no processed foods, no dairy, sugar, grains and most vegetable oils.  We’ve collated a week’s worth of paleo recipes for you to try. Breakfast Paleo Hash with Sausage and Sweet Potato [ https://www.paleonewbie.com/paleo-hash-with-sausage-sweet-potato/ ]  Bell Pepper Eggs …

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Decoding Mood and Food

Have you noticed yourself or your family members feeling a persistent, unshakeable feeling of unhappiness, or seem unable to laugh and smile as much as you did before? It may not be your circumstances, but your body’s internal inability to make the happiness hormones of serotonin and dopamine, that are essential to creating that feeling …

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Worksheets for Engagement

Aahhhhhh I think we all heard the collective horror of parents when Covid-19 cases started cropping up in schools. How can our hearts rest easy when we are perpetually worried about this invisible threat? How can we engage our children meaningfully, when they are restlessly trapped at home? The Mumsclub Team has come up with …

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Pumpkin Squash Soup Recipe

This full-bodied soup is full of flavour from the natural sweetness of pumpkin or butternut squash (your choice, or both!) As mummies ourselves, we’re fans of how this is relatively easy to prep, with very little stove time so you can keep an eye on the kids.  This recipe is easy to make and easy …

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Chia Seed Pudding Recipe

This healthy dessert made from chia seeds will be a cold treat your kids will look forward to! Make it in advance, pop it in the fridge and enjoy whenever you’re craving something sweet. Ranked no. 5 on the World’s Most Nutritious Foods list, Chia seeds are a powerhouse of fibre, protein, calcium, manganese, magnesium …

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