All posts by Jenny R - Mamazou

An Interview with Ayla
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An Interview with Ayla

Ayla has been a wonderful support to Mamazou since the beginning and we were so lucky to catch up with her to learn more about her motherhood story… How did your parenting journey start? My first contractions began the day after New Year’s Day 2014. Like many first-time moms, I assumed labour would be relatively…

Put A Hat On!
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Put A Hat On!

In these divided times, it’s nice to have something that we can all relate to – step forward, the common cold. The sneezing, headaches and perpetually runny nose are symptoms all too familiar to the majority of us at some point during the year. In fact, there’s a good chance that some of you reading…

Being is better than having
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Being is better than having

“start a child on the right road and even in old age he will not leave it…” At a time when mental health is the buzzword, where schools employ Counsellors, in this absurdly competitive environment, I have come to one conclusion. Whatever else is going on let us all be aware of the well-being of…

Asda Recipe Feature:  Cheats Apple Tart
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Asda Recipe Feature: Cheats Apple Tart

Sweet apples and zingy lemon give this tart fruity flavour, while pre-prepped pastry makes it easy! Ingredients: – 375g Asda ready rolled shortcrust pastry – 4 eggs beaten – 180g caster sugar – 3 lemons, juice and zest – 5 Asda Grower’s Selection Gala apples Preheat the oven to 180C/160C Fan/Gas 4. Use the pastry…

I’m not OK but I’m OK…
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I’m not OK but I’m OK…

Yesterday my husband called me bionic. And today, my friend told me that I was one of the bravest and positive people she knows. Both those comments left me feeling humbled. Their kind words, they made me smile. As I was hugging my friend goodbye, I saw my phone light up – an email from…