Posts by Fran Grant

There’s no such thing as a perfect parent, so just be a real one

There’s no such thing as a perfect parent, so just be a real one (quote Sue Atkins, Parenting Coach) It’s time to quit striving for perfection, and keep it real. WHY DO WE DO IT?   Striving for perfection… comparing ourselves to ‘other mums’ who seem to be nailing it… living in fear of ‘dropping…

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No one should go hungry (shouting out to tackle hunger issues)

The Trussell Trust – working to stop UK hunger I firmly believe with every fibre of my being that no one should go hungry – no one. Whatever their circumstance.   Can you imagine having to choose between putting the heating on in winter or buying food? Can you imagine sending your children to school…

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25 ways to start Bossing Life now!

25 ways to start Bossing Life now! Life can be hectic – us women are all too often juggling family, work, home life… it can be totally overwhelming! Here’s 25 simple ways to take back control and start living the life you truly want and truly deserve.   Create a vision board. Get absolutely clear…

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Boss your body issues!

Boss your body issues! Bingo wings? Mum tum? Saggy knockers? Thunder thighs? If you could wave a magic wand and transform any part of your body, what would you wish for – Longer legs? Slender waistline? Smaller, neater nose? Bigger boobs? Slimmer hips? More curves? Less hair on the old top lip?   I’m certain…

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12 habits of healthy people

12 habits of healthy people When we think of healthy people, I imagine most of us conjure up images of stick thin gym bunnies in their minuscule gym tops, supermodels nibbling on celery sticks, or perhaps zen like yogini’s practising their downward dogs on a mountaintop whilst meditating.   But health isn’t about being thin,…

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Manifestation, and how to create the life you want!

Manifestation, and how to create the life you want! I first came across the concept of manifestation and the Law of Attraction many years ago when I read ‘The Secret’ by Rhonda Byrne. I’ve read it twice, and I guarantee I’ll read it again in the future. This book will have a lifelong place on…

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The benefits of networking (for women in business)

The benefits of networking for women in business I’m part of a seriously badass women’s only network which has (and I don’t want to be too dramatic here) totally changed my life over the last six months. The type of networking I’m talking about is not to be confused with selling. I spent years in…

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How to make time for exercise in the summer holidays

How to make time for exercise in the summer holidays School’s out for summer, and that means one of two things – you’re a mum who’s juggling work and kids, or you’re a mum who’s juggling, er, kids (I’ve done both roles and they’re equally as demanding). Whichever camp you’re in, the summer holidays can…

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Juggling work and childcare in the summer holidays (and taming the guilt)

Juggling work and childcare in the summer holidays (and taming the guilt) The summer holidays have officially started and, with three boys aged between 3 and 8, this is the first summer where I’ve genuinely looked forward to the kids breaking up. I’m basking in the delight of not having to contend with suffocating deadlines…

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