Meal Planning Monday

  Last week I decided that I’d be taking my meal planning a little more seriously. I’m guilty of planning meals, not bothering to cook them and then binning the ingredients when they subsequently go off. I’m spending way too much on my food shop each week and we never seem to have just a [...]

The List

  It’s that time of the week again for a little recap of the past week chez Mum Reinvented (well two weeks for me as I didn’t do it last week). So what’s been happening? Personal Life My mum and step dad came to stay for a week and we had a great time with [...]

A trip to the beach


Last week we decided to head to the beach on the spur of the moment one day after school. We’re lucky enough to live right by the sea, but our favourite beaches are about an hour’s drive away. But that hour is so worth it. The sand is white and powdery, the sea is crystal [...]

Returning To Work After Having A Baby


When it comes to having children, only you can decide what’s best for your family. So many mothers and fathers are faced with difficult decisions in the early years, as they have to consider how much time to take off work, who should be left with the responsibility, and how their finances will manage if [...]

Bingo Reinvented with New Look Bingo

As you guys already know, I write about anything under the sun and today I’m reviewing an online bingo site that I came across quite recently and I simply loved what I saw. This online bingo site is stylishly done and looks quiet classy. New Look Bingo it is friends, and it has the right [...]

A Triple Knot: A Review

a triple knot

What it says on the back: ‘Joan of Kent, renowned beauty and cousin to King Edward III, is destined for a politically strategic marriage. As the king begins a long dynastic struggle to claim the crown of France, plunging England into the Hundred Years’ War, he negotiates her betrothal to a potential ally and heir [...]

HPV Vaccine – To Vaccinate or Not?


The tween is now at the age where she will be offered the HPV (Human Papilloma Virus) vaccine which is intended to protect against cervical cancer. The vaccine is said to protect against cervical cancer for at least 20 years. Clearly it sounds like a good thing. Cervical cancer is something which is close to [...]

Sending Children to School When Sick

Would you send your child to school with hand, foot and mouth? Or maybe glandular fever? Well in Wales you should, if a health guide given to parents in South Wales is anything to go by. You know when you’re browsing around on Facebook, not really paying much attention and something catches your eye, well [...]