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Review: Boost Your Energy Level With Pharmaton Vitality

In Life, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com6 Comments

I’ve been taking multivitamins since my teenage years, sometimes combined with extra iron, since I always battled with low iron levels and even fatigue when I was younger. I generally feel that my energy level goes lower whenever I stop for a week or so. This always reassures me that my body needs that extra boost. Even though I can …

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10 Top Tips For Overseas Holidays And Flight With Small Children

In Life, Travel by eva.katona@yahoo.com41 Comments

This summer we’re going on an overseas holiday, to California. Visiting friends, attending a wedding, driving a bit around. I know you probably think we’re surely crazy doing this with a 3 year old and a 14 months old. Well, we have some experience already: we did the same trip when my boy was 15 months old only, 2 years …

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Top 5 Basic Pregnancy Tips For First Time Mums

In Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com6 Comments

When I was pregnant with my first child I’ve read every book, article and blog post coming to my way. Whilst I felt I cannot be prepared enough, the information tsunami was truly overwhelming. Dr. Google is not always your best friend and there’s also a lot of conflicting advices out there. I attended an NCT new parent course too …

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Mama + Belle Teething Jewellery Review

In Life, Reviews by eva.katona@yahoo.com11 Comments

My poor baby girl has been teething for the last few months, she just turned one and has got 6 cute (and sharp!) little teeth. She’s quite good at managing the pain, only when she was just starting to cut her first two, at around 6 month old, that’s when we needed to use some teething gel occasionally. A lot …

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9 Reasons Why Having Fewer Toys Is Good For Your Children?

In Green & Ethical Living, Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com31 Comments

Lately, the two littlest in our household started to lead a lifestyle of a hoarder. They not only receive a lot of gifts (a lot of times without any specific reason or special occasion) but they also collect junklike stuff they want to keep and play with. Like colourful empty bottles, tissue paper, ribbons, etc. My eldest even steals things …

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5 Things I Didn’t Know Before Started A Blog And The Future 

In Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com14 Comments

I have arrived late to the whole parenting blogging scene, probably around 10 years too late. But I don’t really mind, as I started to blog to keep my brain busy between trips to the playground and trying to feed my picky eater. So I started to write about our travels with our little son, share my favourite vegetarian recipes …

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How To Find Local Professional Services With Bidvine.com

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We have a growing local mummy network where I live and we have a Whatsapp group to support each other, make friends and ask for advice or recommendations. Our chat tends to revolve around a few categories: 1. Baby poo 2. Can anyone recommend a gardener/carpenter/nanny/tutor/yoga-class/cleaner/mobile beautician 3. When is the next mummy night out 4. Chicken pox 5. Random …

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DIY Hey Duggee Theme Birthday Party

In Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com56 Comments

This year I planned a Hey Duggee themed birthday party for Bobcat. To be honest, I throughly enjoyed it! For those, not familiar with the character: this is the funniest cartoon on CBeebies, on a quite sophisticated way. Duggee is a dog running a scout camp and the little animal children have to complete a task in every episode, so …

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How To Make Shaped Crayons – The Big Crayons Melting Guide

In Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com12 Comments

Melting crayons into different shapes is great fun, and some of the stages can be done together with your toddler, so it can be turned into some quality crafty time with mummy or daddy. Recently, for Bobcat’s 3rd birthday, we planned a Hey Duggee themed party. I decided to make rainbow coloured crayons melted into Lego shapes and use them as …

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Good Cause Of The Month: Stand Up For Girls

In Life by eva.katona@yahoo.com29 Comments

Remember your teenage years? Chances are, you weren’t having the time of your life. How would you rank them? I, personally, can safely say, my teenage years were the hardest part of my life. With all the biological and emotional changes you go through in your teenage years, life pretty much sucks. I was quite popular in high school, but …