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How to be an Amazing Mum When You Just Don't Have the Time The ultimate handbook for hassled mothers Tanith Carey

18 Mar 2011
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Packed full of ingenious short-cuts, How To Be An Amazing Mum contains lively, tried-and-tested advice, which every modern mother needs NOW to stay on top of her hectic life and ever-changing priorities. This book will tell you how to: * Head off mess before it happens - and choose toys which won't leave your home looking like a bombsite * Dress your kids in clothes that will keep your laundry and ironing piles manageable * Throw together a nutritious school lunchbox - in just ONE minute * Stay in shape and lose weight - even when the kids don't allow you time to exercise * Get your children to do what you ask, the first time, not the twentieth
Tanith Carey is a parenting author and journalist who writes for a wide range of national newspapers and magazines. She started her career as a news reporter, becoming a crime correspondent on the Brighton Evening Argus before joining the Daily Mirror. After several years as a feature writer undertaking investigations, celebrity interviews and backgrounders, she joined the Features Desk, first as Woman's Editor, and then Features Editor. Soon after the birth of her first child, Tanith was awarded Consumer Journalist of the Year – and later that year moved to New York as the Mirror's US Editor, a position she held jointly with her husband Anthony Harwood. On her return to the UK in 2005, Tanith wrote her first book, the biography of Russell Brand. It was followed by A Mother's Love, a prose collection on motherhood, and How to Be an Amazing Mum – When You Just Don't Have the Time. She then went on to write Where Has My Little Girl Gone? She was nominated as National Newspaper Health Writer of the Year as well as the UK Press Gazette Scoop of the Year for her investigative journalism. Now a mother of two young girls, Tanith’s books are essential hands-on guides for parenting in the modern age. She covers topics from protecting young girls from the damaging messages about body image and sex from the internet and media to practical tips for becoming a stress-free mother. Tanith lives in North London and combines writing books with journalism.

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