Guest bloggers wanted

Do you want to write about:

  • Self love/care
  • Body positivity
  • Mental health/illness?

Crosswordsnotwires is now opening its doors to guest bloggers!

Whether you’ve written before or this is your first time, anyone and everyone with a story to share can apply.

Want to talk about your top ten tips for anxiety?

Need to share your experience about shopping plus sized?

Have a story about your self care journey?

Fill in the below details, send it to me at hevbailey@hotmail.com and let me know your ideas…

  1. Name:
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  1. Blog link (if applicable):
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5 Ways To Remember Your Mum This Mother’s Day

If you’ve lost your mum, Mother’s Day can be a difficult time. The adverts are everywhere, and shops are all filled with cards and presents about how important mums are. No matter how your mum passed or how long it’s been since, it always stings just that little bit more around Mother’s Day.

It’s been over seven years since I lost my mum, so I’ve gotten through quite a few Mother’s Days, and every year I’m still unsure of how the day will affect me. If you’re still struggling with this day you can read last year’s blog: Surviving Smothers Day, or you can continue below as I list five ways you can remember your mum on this day.

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5 Things I Learned About Losing A Parent

We’re all going to lose our parents one day. It’s a fact of life that we don’t like to think about, no matter how old we are. Even as we age and become more acquainted with the notion of death, losing our parents is just something that never seems to factor itself into our future.
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