All this healing is killing me – Gabrielle Pilicci
I was delighted to be asked to review All This Healing is Killing Me, by Gabrielle Pilicci, and given the journey of healing and self discovery I myself have been on, it seemed like an appropriate book to immerse myself in. At age 20, Gabrielle Pelicci returned from her modelling career in NYC to her […]READ MORE
My version of Drug eggs or Mayak eggs
The title of this post sounds, as my kids would say “well dodgy” but it’s not what it sounds and is in fact a recipe for Drug Eggs or Mayak Eggs. What are Mayak Eggs? Why are they called Drug Eggs? They are a Korean dish, of marinated eggs, which are so delicious they are […]READ MORE
10 ways to manage imposter syndrome
I have shared about my own struggles a little bit around Imposter Syndrome. This article by By Ian Child, author of ‘Your Own Personal Time Machine’ is really helpful and useful, and I hope it’s helpful if you are struggling or know someone who is. Imposter Syndrome is a persistent inability to believe that your […]READ MORE
Perfect gifts for unicorn lovers, from Wicked Uncle
This is a partnership sponsored post with Wicked Uncle, sharing what we hope are some magical gift ideas for unicorn lovers. If you have a unicorn lover in your life or you are a big fan, then we have some good news. Wicked Uncle has a magical section sharing gift ideas just for you. You […]READ MORE
Useful Accounting Tips When You’re Going it Alone
This is a collaborative post sharing some useful accounting tips that I find helpful as a self employed working mum. I hope you find them helpful too. While running your own business is the ideal lifestyle for many of us, it’s not all glamour and expense accounts. There’s a lot that needs to happen behind the […]READ MORE
Is It Safe to Give Raw Food to Your Cat?
This is a collaborative post sharing about the benefits and risks of raw food and if it is safe to give raw food to your cat. There are so many different options available today when it comes to feeding cats. From traditional kibble and canned food to homemade meals and even raw diets, pet owners […]READ MORE
Easy gluten-free garlic bread
Garlic bread is a huge favourite and staple in our house and because we deal with coeliac disease and a gluten intolerance we make this easy gluten-free garlic bread which, frankly is better than you’d get in a restaurant. Not all gluten-free bread is the same and some brands make better products than others. After […]READ MORE
Looking after me & feeling well again.
This is a collaborative post with Clinic Nutrition, who kindly asked me to review their supplements as I move into the next stage of life and work on feeling well and work on boosting my immune system and general health. I have shared a little bit on my social media about hitting “that” stage in […]READ MORE
Choose a secondary school with your children not for them
This is a collaborative post sharing why I think it is important to choose a secondary school with your children not for them. As a mum who has been there and done that, I hope it’s helpful to other parents starting that process. Choosing schools for your children is a big parenting decision and takes […]READ MORE
Mother’s Day 2023 Giveaway & Gift Guide
Mother’s Day is on the horizon and I am delighted to be collaborating with a host of other lovely bloggers to share a wonderful giveaway and gift guide for our readers far and wide. Mums are definitely special and we should be celebrated and what better way than with some lovely items to treat yourself […]READ MORE
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Welcome to Cats, Kids, Chaos. We started over 12 years ago, originally as The Mad House of Cats & Babies, in a blur of sleep deprivation. We share about home education, life with teenagers, food allergies and immune conditions and ADHD. Oh, and of course, cats...
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