Monthly Archives: November 2012

Where are the Girls in Rockets?

I’ve just entered the Mumsnet Bedtime Story Competition. Without giving too much away, my story was about a little girl on an interplanetary adventure. Little girls and outer space aren’t often represented together in media. My daughter loves learning about … Continue reading

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Children in Need – Why ‘Bear-Faced’ is Bad

It’s Children in Need day today, a cause to which I donate and have taken part in fundraising activities for in the past, but that doesn’t stop me from criticising a part of their campaign this year. I really don’t … Continue reading

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Discover New Blogs – Blog Hop

 This is part of a blog hop started over at Salt and Caramel. It’s about discovering new blogs and to be part of it I need to follow the rules and answer: “who you are, why you started blogging, which … Continue reading

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Another Nail in the NHS Coffin

A friend is an experienced NHS nurse in Merseyside. She says that over the last couple of months her hospital has brought in a lot of agency nurses. They work on the ward alongside NHS staff, but do less actual … Continue reading

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