Welcome to Business Mama Going Solo!
Hiya, it’s Emily M Morgan here. A couple of years ago I ran a mummy blog called Mama Going Solo (sadly now long gone and no longer visible online). Work and life got in the way of that blog’s continued existence but now I feel it’s time to bring it back – with a slightly different take on life, but otherwise much the same! And so Business Mama Going Solo is born!
This blog will have information about my world as a single parent by choice, living in a multi-generational house, and running a business from home. We’ll also feature some awesome book and product reviews and even meet some superb mummy and daddy bloggers from around the world.
I’m also looking forward to linking up to #IBOT on Tuesdays. Make sure you check out the other amazing bloggers who share their content on this link up – there’s so much to discover!
School Uniform Blues… The school I’m thinking of sending my daughter to next year has a compulsory school uniform. It’s a private school, of course. The public system cannot enforce a school uniform. I like uniforms. I think they take some thought out of what to put on each day and they help to foster […]
I Got Rhythm, I Got Music… If It’s From ABC Kids, Anyway Emily M Morgan I was watching TV today, standing in the middle of the living room, a tea towel in one hand and a half-dried bowl in the other when I suddenly came to my senses. Ben and Holly’s Little Kingdom […]
Nathalia Buttface and the Totally Embarrassing Bridesmaid Disaster by Nigel Smith (Illustrated by Sarah Horne) Yay! It’s review day, and today I have a great story to share with you, one that will send you right back to those embarrassing tween years when your family was just too humiliating and you still didn’t know […]
What Pet Should I Get? by Dr Seuss It’s book review day and today we are reviewing a rediscovered picture book by one of the masters, designed for children aged between 3 and 5. Something to Remember… Please always remember that reading is a very individual activity and your child may benefit from simpler or […]
Awful Auntie by David Walliams (Illustrated by Tony Ross) Yes! It’s book review day! Today I am glad to bring you a book by that most prolific and comedic writer, David Walliams. This is a middle grade level book, suitable for approximately ages 8-12. Something to Remember… Please always remember that reading is a very […]
IT’S YOUR BIRTH…RIGHT?: A guide for professional women to calmly transition to motherhood. by Cherie Pasion It’s Book Review day and it’s nice to be able to offer a book aimed at parents (well, parents-to-be) this week. Designed for career women expecting their first baby, this is a parenting book with a difference, so […]
Mango & Bambang: Tapir All at Sea Polly Faber (Illustrated by Clara Vulliamy) Yes, it’s review day! And wow, what a quirky, enjoyable book I got to read this week – for middle grade readers, approximately aged 8-12. Something to Remember… Please always remember that reading is a very individual activity and your child may […]
Silvia Borando – Two Amazing Books! Now You See Me, Now You Don’t and… Near, Far Yes, it’s review day! And what a treat, to review not one but two superb books by this talented author/illustrator! These books are for toddler/preschool age kids (approximately […]
Barney and the Secret of the Whales Jackie French (Illustrated by Mark Wilson) Yes, it’s review day! And what a treat, to review one of Jackie French’s books – for middle grade readers, approximately aged 8-12. Something to Remember… Please always remember that reading is a very individual activity and your child may benefit from […]
Elle’s Invisible Friend My three year old has an invisible friend. Yes, I didn’t expect it and it seemed to come out of nowhere but one day for no particular reason, her friend Luce from daycare ‘followed’ her home. Ever since, Luce (and occasionally her big sister) has been Elle’s constant companion. When Elle gets […]
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