19 per cent of London kids sleep in their parent’s bed at least twice a week

Sep 13 2019
child sleep

Sleep is something I never appreciated until I became a mum. Before I never needed to worry about getting enough of it. As a baby, my son was always a poor sleeper so for over four years I did not sleep much at all. Now that he is a teenager, I can finally go back to being a normal sleeper. Recently I was even gifted the most amazing personalised pillow by nanu. When you order one online, you need to fill in a questionnaire about your sleeping habits. Based on those, nanu creates a special pillow that is just perfect for your specific needs. 

Yesterday nanu published the worrying results of their new study that has found that 19 per cent of London kids sleep in their parent’s bed at least twice a week. I know more than anybody how difficult this can be. 

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Android vs iOS: Does It Really Matter in the End?

Sep 09 2019

If you’re in the market for a new smartphone then you might be wondering what the “hot” new phone is. Whether it’s the new iPhone coming out in September or the new Samsung Galaxy phone releasing next year, there are always new phones to look forward to and they’re getting more and more expensive by the year.

But let’s break it down a little and ask a question; does it really matter what phone you go for, whether it’s for business purposes or general use? We’d argue that it doesn’t and there’s an easier way to pick a phone.

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Moon landing celebrations: Barbie and the European Space Agency launch new collaboration to encourage girls to become the next generation of astronauts, engineers and space scientists

Jul 20 2019
Today 20th July 2019 we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing. It’s such an inspiring story for us all and watching the footage from 1969 of the two astronauts touching the moon gives me goosebumps. Of all moon landing celebrations, one of my favourite has to be the launch of a new collaboration between Barbie and the European Space Agency to encourage girls to become the next generation of astronauts, engineers and space scientists. As a girl who grew up with Barbies in the ’70s and ’80s and with a 200+ strong vintage Barbies‘ collection, this story really excites me, as I remember my pretend-games in which my dolls were career women including astronauts. Actually, Barbie brought out their first astronaut doll four years before Neil Armstrong landed on the moon. That for me says it all in terms of vision of the company that created my favourite toy of all time. 

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