Officrèche Blog

Smartphone resolution – taking time out from technology

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When my three-year-old daughter held up her hand and said: “My phone says…” I wondered if I was spending too much time looking at a screen. She also has an imaginary tablet to search for her missing things, just as I use an app to find my missing phone, writes Sarah Booker Lewis. Our children […]


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Search for Snowdogs – have fun while you learn

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Spotting Snowdogs is a new sport in Brighton and Hove. It’s like Pokemon Go in real life with something to touch and enjoy, writes Sarah Booker Lewis. For children of all ages it is a wonderful learning experience with added excitement when you come across a giant colourful dog in an unexpected place. When they […]


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Interview with mush app founder Sarah Hesz

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Have you tried mush yet? It’s a new app for mums to help you meet other mums! Entrepreneurs are often told to consider their business in terms of the problem that they’re trying to solve. Well, mush has set its sights firmly on trying to solve loneliness among new mums by connecting them with others […]


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Babies and technology

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Here’s one of our members writing about technology and babies – thanks Severine! When my daughter Clementine was 9 months old we took her to France to visit my parents. After a long train journey I sat on the sofa for a well-deserved coffee a la francaise whilst Clem amused herself with one of the […]


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Free Business Advice for Entrepreneurs and SMEs

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So you’ve had a baby – or two. Things change. Maybe the old working patterns don’t suit you as a family anymore? Perhaps you’ve decided to try out the business idea you’ve had on the back burner for a while, the one you used to bang on about with a trusted friend when last orders […]


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