It’s taken me nearly 5 years but finally I’ve accepted my curves, they are me, they are what makes me who I am and I’ve learned to embrace them. The fact that my boobs are the same size as when I was pregnant whilst annoying at times has the advantage of making me feel voluptuous and it would be really great if more of the high street fashion retailers would take a leaf out of Figleaves book and create more affordable fashion for mum’s with curves, as I am absolutely in love with their new Midnight Dresses collection.
As parents we all know our kids are special. Every day they do marvellous achievements that make us smile. We cheer them on during wet and windy sports days, we run them to footy practice on a soggy Sunday and cry rivers of tears at their class Christmas play or ballet production. These little achievements and moments for them define them as children and it’s a joy to see their faces light up when they see you or hear you in the crowd or when they bring you their badges and medals is something as a parent you cherish.
Laser eye surgery is a procedure that can help improve and correct eyesight for people that need glasses or contact lenses. It’s very common, with around 100,000 people in the UK undergoing the procedure every single year. However, as corrective surgery is not available on the NHS, patients have to pay for the treatment themselves.
Some private companies have been criticised for advertising misleadingly low prices, which bear little resemblance to the actual cost of treatment. In order to know how much your laser eye surgery will really cost, make sure you request a total figure for your procedure, inclusive of any additional fees and charges.
These days, it’s safe to say that most people drive. If you have children and are raising a family this is probably even more likely as struggling with prams and buggies on public transport is less than ideal.
Family life revolves around the car a lot of the time – from school runs and extra-curricular clubs to family holidays and the weekly food shop, the car is almost in constant use. With this in mind, how do you pick the right car for you? When family matters are concerned, there are a few aspects you need to consider.
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