Journalist, writer, author of Sleep is for the Weak: how to survive when your baby won't go the fuck to sleep
If you are looking for advice on how to get your baby to sleep or what to expect when you are expecting, then DO NOT read my book.
However, if you are looking for some laughter and inspiration while trying to take care of a baby on barely any sleep then this is the book for you!
Before I began banging on about babies, I worked as a journalist for a wide range of newspapers, magazines and websites. I wrote about everything from health issues and travel to wheelie bins and music. I also got to interview many famous(ish) people including Phil Mitchell, Chesney Hawkes (three times, lucky me) and Poirot.
These days I write words for Metro UK, goodhousekeeping.co.uk, Mirror Online and the New Statesman. I am also a scriptwriter and was a finalist in the Funny Women Awards 2016.
My blog posts have been featured as Mumsnet Blog of the Day, Netmums Blog of the Day, Scary Mommy and Mail Online.
Feel free to check out Sleep is for the Weak or follow me on Facebook.
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