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What does ‘being healthy’ mean to you? Come and join a discussion on physical, mental and emotional health at St Julians Club on Tuesday 29th January 9.30-12.30. Panel of expert speakers Naomi Buff of Nourish by Naomi, Sian Rickard of Sian Rickard PT, Jennie Gough of Rewire Your Food Brain and Jess White of YogiTribe Kick off 2019 armed with knowledge and advice to support YOUR health. CLICK HERE for tickets.

If you’re reading this and you’re pregnant congratulations I personally think you have picked the best time of year to get dressed and rock your bump, I had two summer babies and although it may seem daunting at first it’s actually quite liberating. Instead of layering up and feeling uncomfortable, you get to let it all hang out with something like a maxi dress and a pair of flip flops, or equally a pair of maternity jeans and a summer top. If this is your first pregnancy lets get a

Helen and Francesca attended the inaugural FSB (Federation of Small Businesses) Women in Enterprise Brunch on Thursday at The Kings Head in Bessels Green.  Whilst the FSB has been around for 40+ years it has not been a feature in West Kent or Sevenoaks and had a reputation for being ‘grey, male and stale’ – not our words! Andrea and Kirsteen of Ten 2 Two fame and fellow #SevenoaksMums of course, were approached to bring a ladies only bi-monthly brunch to Sevenoaks and to format it in a way that suits local

What do you do with bags half full of walnuts, pecans, hazelnuts, chia seeds, sesame seeds that you have tucked away in your cupboard?  Mix them up with those overripe bananas, a handful of goji berries, a cup of oats, 1/2 teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda and half a cup of dates, bake for 25 mins at 180 degrees and you’ve got yourself some super healthy and super yummy flapjacks.  Add some honey if you like them sweeter. Check out Bolette’s blog Homespunmum for lots of family friendly healthy food

David Braithwaite from Citrus Financial tells us more about pensions. I often get laughed at by saying this, but here goes… I love pensions.  I know – it’s strange but I really do.  Unlike your bank statements, utility bills etc. that come through the post which get opened and the envelopes thrown away, pensions seem to create a fear – so much so that in the main, we find these annual statements are opened and put back in the envelope, to be looked at another day, which never seems to

Sevenoaks Mums had a fantastic opportunity to co-host a CV webinar earlier this week, which covered a whole host of essential tips on CV writing in this modern era – handy hint, it isn’t 1999 any more! Victoria McLean CEO at City CV and a local mum herself with years of experience in headhunting and in house HR shared her in depth knowledge to really show yourself in the best light and get the chance to meet prospective employers and wow them face to face. It’s well worth a listen

Guide to Conveyancing For many of us our home is the most valuable asset we own, so when it comes to buying and selling we can get a little overwhelmed. We have put together a guide to help you through the conveyancing process. Selling your home Instruct a solicitor who will do the following: send you the protocol forms (Property Information Form and Fittings and Contents Form) for you to complete obtain your title papers and prepare a contract package to send to the buyer’s solicitors answer any additional enquiries

David Braithwaite at Citrus Financial comments on Life Cover. When you have children we suddenly have this huge responsibility like no other.  This responsibility extends to your financial planning.  When there was just the two of you, everything is probably pretty laid back, you may have a mortgage and probably took out life cover to protect it, but now it’s different.  There’s a new person on the block who needs you. So just a couple of things you should consider – firstly, either make or amend your wills – you

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