ABOUT

Eat better, live better and choose happy.

Welcome to Attachment Mummy! We know that family life isn't always easy.  Not to mention that elusive work-life balance...

But we believe that prioritising yourself, your family life, health and happiness is the key to a long and happy life.  So we offer solutions to help you eat better, save money - and make some - and spend more 'quality time' with the people you love.

Eat better, live better and choose happy.

Happiness isn’t some elusive end goal, but something we can all enjoy every day. Read a book, plan a family day out or holiday, bake a cake, or just relax.  Join us, and choose happy!


The Attachment Family consists of me, Leta, writer, influencer and attachment mama; the bloke, also known as Steve, a chef; and three small livewires.  Our three gorgeous daughters are Lara, 8, Sophia, 6, and Tatiana, 4.  They love outdoor adventures, holidays, and playing and learning from sunrise to long after sunset.


We live near the West Sussex / Hampshire border, with lots of sunshine and a view of the sea. Amongst other things, AttachmentMummy.com chronicles our family adventures near and far and our meandering home education journey, as well as plenty of ideas, advice, reviews and much more.

Our five kitty fur babies also regularly feature on the blog and in lots of photos.


My background is as a cultural historian, teacher and researcher, in the UK and Russia. I also ran away to join the theatre for a few years, and spent a while travelling the world, so a varied life story!  Some of my favourite things are cats, goats, afternoon tea, long baths, theatre and books.


Steve has been a chef for more than a quarter of a century.  He loves baking and creating new recipes.  A former self-confessed geek, he still loves a bit of sci-fi and a superhero movie or two! Oh and coffee, lots of coffee.


For all enquiries, e-mail Leta on lse@attachmentmummy.com .  You can find out more about collaborating with us on the Work With Us page.


Disclosure Policy

This blog is a personal blog written and edited by Leta Elliott, writing and trading as Attachment Mummy.  Other writers occasionally contribute.

For questions about this blog, please contact: lse@attachmentmummy.com

This blog contains affiliate links. If you click on one of my affiliate links and make a purchase, I may receive a commission for referring you. Please know that I only recommend resources I believe in and highly recommend.

This blog accepts forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions or other forms of compensation. The owner of this blog is sometimes compensated to provide opinion on products, services, websites and various other topics. Even when we receive compensation for posts or advertisements, we always give our honest opinions, findings, beliefs, or experiences on those topics or products.

Companies supplying products for review do not have any editorial control over our opinions or articles.  The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely the blogger's own.

Any product claim, statistic, quote or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider or party in question.

This policy is valid from 27 March 2012.  Please also see our Privacy Policy below.


Disclaimer

This is a personal blog written by an enthusiast of, and believer in, attachment parenting and natural health. If you do not like what you read, or disagree with what is written, you are welcome to stop reading.

Nothing in this blog is intended to cause offence to others, nor is what is written to be taken as specific advice or guidance. The opinions and ideas expressed are those of the author, and are based on personal experience, usually backed up by extensive reading and research. However, nothing written in this blog should be taken as professional or medical advice.


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