Rediscovering the 'Me' in 'Mumeeeeeee'

'I have always thought that there is no more fruitful source of family discontent than a housewife’s badly-cooked dinners and untidy ways'. (Mrs Beeton's Book of Household Management, 1861)

Published Work

THE GIRL WHO CAME HOME - A TITANIC NOVEL was self-published for Kindle in March 2012 and will be republished in paperback by William Morrow Books (HarperCollins) in April, 2014 with my second novel DAUGHTERS OF THE FLOWERS to follow in early 2015.

March 2012: The Irish Examiner - Mother Knows Best - the role of celebrity mums
February 2012: The Irish Independent - iParenting
January 2012: The Irish Examiner - Is Lego Sexist?

August 2011: The Irish Independent - 'Bye bye chicken nuggets and chips'
May 2011: The Irish Independent - 'Making magic to infinity and beyond'
April 2011: The Irish Independent - 'Who dares to ditch the party bag?'
March 2011: The Irish Independent - 'Is this the start of airline apartheid?'

November 2010: The Irish Examiner - 'Learning Lessons: midterm musings'
October 2010: The Irish Independent - "Tall tales for small people"
August 2010: The Examiner - "Starting School"
August 2010: The Irish Independent - "Attachment Parenting"
May 2010: The Irish Independent - "There's no friendly fire in this battle" 
March 2010: The Examiner -
"Spoil yourself if no one else will"
March 2010: The Examiner - "Mum's the word for busy bloggers"

Spring 2009: Modern Mum magazine - "Simple Pleasures"
September 2009: Modern Mum magazine - "Hungry Tums and Stressed-Out Mums"
October 2009: The Examiner - "A week without TV"
November 2009: The Examiner - "Dotcom Moms"
December 2009: The Examiner - "Making Christmas Magical"

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