My Daily Gratitude Journal is a fun fill-in activity journal for kids age 7+ to help boost self-esteem and mental well-being.
Write down all the things that you are thankful for. This daily gratitude journal is your special place to record the things that bring you joy. It includes a diary where you can write about three things that you are thankful for each day, along with some fun ideas to get you thinking about ways to reflect on all the good things in your life.
See How They Run is a playful murder mystery with deliciously smart humour set against the backdrop of arguably the world’s most famous murder mystery, The Mousetrap, in London’s West End.
Running for 68 years, The Mousetrap stood out. Producer Damian Jones (The Iron Lady, Lady In The Van, Absolutely Fabulous) looked and researched the rights and then discovered why it had never been made into a film. A very successful Oscar winning producer at the time, John Woolf, who produced The African Queen, Day of the Jackal, and Olivier!, optioned the rights. There was one clause in the contract which said, ‘you can make the movie six months after the play closes’, and of course, it never closed.
Genius idea now turned into a lovely family-friendly murder mystery for the big screen. Think Knives Out meets Murder on the Orient Express meets Pink Panther.
Finally a comedic Agatha Christie-style crime movie suitable for the whole family.
See How They Run is in UK cinemas from 9 September 2022.
Coppa Club is excited to announce the launch of their ‘Personal Growth Event Series’, a brand-new talk-series with a range of fascinating female leaders, who are experts in their field. Hosted at Coppa Between Bridges in Putney, each talk covers important issues, with the aim of inspiring and educating in a relaxed, enjoyable way. Melissa Hemsley, Kris Hallenga and Anna Williamson will take to the floor this autumn to give talks on a range of key topics from good food, physical health and female entrepreneurship. Each talk includes a Coppa Club brunch, a chilled glass of Piper-Heidsieck Champagne and a chance to mingle with the speaker and other attendees in the heart of Putney. It’s the perfect event series for mums and mumpreneurs in London.
When you and your partner have made the decision to divorce, thinking about what comes after may be daunting. After a divorce, a new life awaits you. This prospect can be worrisome and understandably so. But one thing to remember is to stay calm and organise how you will adjust to this big change.
Last night a group of London Mums Magazine’s reporters was invited to Kew Gardens to watch Elvis. An alfresco evening with Luna Cinema, including a giant projection screen set on the historic grounds of Kew Gardens. We arrived to a seabed of picnic blankets and hummus. Fine dining experience on bean bags and camping chairs with various ciders, beers, wines and soft drinks to be purchased. There was also a food stall selling hot dogs, halloumi and chips and other various snacks.
Ahead of National Read a Book Day (6th September), a team of multilingual and multicultural London Mums are sharing their favourite children’s books from around the world, and their thoughts on why these captivating stories should be on every child’s reading list.