I am a 30 something working mum of 3 lovely boys aged 5, 3 and 6 months. Married to himself for 7 years. Marketing and digital communications is the day job and i am a qualified (but not practising) beauty therapist. I have also studied Diet, Health and Nutrition for the craic. When i grow up i would like to be a psychotherapist.
Like many women in Ireland my age, my life is a juggling act and constant quest for a work life balance. I started this blog in January 2015 as part of a new years resolution to stop talking about things i would like to do and actually do them.
I blog about things that interest me namely cooking, skincare, make-up, books, things to do with children around Dublin, TV & Film, pregnancy and parenting. I have recently started knitting classes which has ignited a creative spark in me for all things crafty so potentially there will be more craft related post coming in 2017. As my pregnancy weight is starting to shift and i am getting stronger physically ( SPD/PGP sufferer see below), my interest in fashion is returning and so expect more fashion related posts also for 2017.
I hope you enjoy reading my little blog as much as i enjoy writing it,
Big hugs & kisses, Dublin Mummy x
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Unfortunately chronic pain has been a large part of my life in recent years. I got severe SPD/PGP (symphasis pubis dysfunction/ pelvic girdle pain) on my second pregnancy in 2013 and i didn’t quite recover fully before getting pregnant again with my third child. I tried everything until an osteopath saved me. I am now 6 months postpartum and happy to say that i am pain-free. I have a private Facebook group called SPD/PGP Ireland Support Group to bring sufferers and survivors together to share stories, support each other and offer advice on treatments. Mostly i don’t want anyone to feel alone, I have found that SPD/PGP is a lonely place and nobody really understands only fellow sufferers or survivors.