Author: Marie Evans

Exciting times!

I’ve been thinking for a while about how to position this blog.  I think the truth is that I’ve known deep down that I wanted to have more of a focus on vlogging but have just been too scared to do it. However, a call with a friend a couple of nights ago has changed everything literally overnight. I posted on my personal Instagram that I get lots of call about the Digital Mums course that I did, asking for advice on whether they should do it too.  I’ll go into what I think of the course in another...

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‘Appy Days

So I don’t know about you but I feel like I am constantly hearing about there being a shortage of women in tech…but I don’t really see many people doing anything about it. There are certainly times when I consider my A-level choices of Psychology, Theatre Studies and History and think…why oh why didn’t I do Maths, Economics and Physics and go on to do a Computer Science degree.  Pretty sure I’d have invented the latest Facebook by now right? Well, finally there are some people out there trying to make Mums tech dreams a reality. Esther from Mum...

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Spring into Action!

So I know I am not alone in being a stationary nut, many of my friends get that flutter of excitement brought on by a reminiscent feeling of shopping for school supplies in WHSmith every September.  The pinnacle of this for me is the hunt for the perfect diary, which until recently had proved elusive.  Well, I believe my search has ended and I am happy to share my joy with you in finding Action Day diaries…here’s what I love about them: They come in a range of colours, not just bruise old black and blue.  It’s not just...

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Everyone’s entitled to their opinion?

An interesting article here from Marketing magazine about the impact of brands on Mothers.  It’s really talking about how brands don’t help the comparison culture of motherhood. I find myself doing it and have to have a little word with myself.  I find myself saying, “oh well for us this and that worked” and if I’ve had enough sleep and have the presence of mind than I follow up with “but you know what, that’s me and you need to whatever is right for you”. My mantra, after a battle of wills between myself and a nursery nurse about...

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