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Facing work with bleary eyes and a soggy brain – Plate Spinner

There are things you ponder in parenting. You know, things that you just can’t possibly understand how they work, no matter how hard you think about it and how many people you ask. It starts early: how does something that big come out of a hole that small? (Apologies if you are eating your lunch...
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I feel sick – Plate Spinner

“I feel sick, mummy.” Four words that strike fear into my heart and send a chill to my to-do list. It is Tuesday, and the boys are due into nursery. But the eldest has flopped onto our bed just as I am trying to trick my brain into believing that six hours sleep with one...
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There is something looming on the horizon – Plate Spinner

There is something looming on the horizon. It’s in the shape of the local primary school, where my son starts in September. “I am dreading him starting school,” I confide to a friend last week. “Oh God, me too,” she nods. “It’s like my little baby is finally growing up.” I immediately strike her off...
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Networking – Plate Spinner Blog

As the owner of a small business, with a tiny marketing budget (you know, the “hmmm, shall I buy a new filing cabinet or place an advert?” kind of size) there came a point a few years ago when I realised that staring at the phone and willing it to ring was not perhaps the...
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The Many Hats of Abigail Nash – Plate Spinner Blog

I thought I was pretty good at multi tasking. You know, sitting in the office, talking to someone on the phone, wandering to the kitchen to nibble on a Digestive, checking a couple of emails and sending a reply, being mindful to tap quietly so the person on the phone can’t hear. Because there is...
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