Amber Riley

Amber Riley

Mother of two amazing children, and Managing Editor for Essex based lifestyle magazine, RM Magazine and Editor to RM Business Magazine.

Marketing enthusiast at Positive Media, specialising in PR, digital marketing and Social Media, helping SME's grow their business through fantastic online communications, solid content strategies.
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  • My Family New Year Resolutions
    We all make New Year resolutions so that we can either change or improve the upcoming year, so I decided to come up with resolutions for my family, so that we could all have the best year of our lives so far.
  • My Parenting New Year Resolutions
    Every parent wants the best for their child, and as the New Year approaches we have the ideal opportunity to reflect upon the past year and make resolutions that will improve the lives of our children, in the year ahead.
  • Only one present for Christmas? That’s outrageous!
    When did Christmas become about how much money you spend? Or watching your child's face as they contemplate the sheer number of paper cuts they're about to receive?
  • Norwegian WAG mum thinks she's better than you
    Norwegian blogger and footballers wife Caroline Berg Eriksen causes outrage after posting a picture of her super flat stomach to her instagram profile - just four days after giving birth!
  • Most useless baby buys you’ll never use
    If you're a new parent and you're looking for what NOT to buy, here are 3 of the most useless baby buys that you will wish you never bought.
  • How I quit smoking cold turkey in 3 simple tips
    Follow these three simple tips on quitting smoking, and stop smoking cold turkey and for good; just like me.
  • My favourite family moment won't make the headlines
    Sometimes even the most mundane of moments can turn out to be the most special, which can make you realise just how lucky you actually are. What part of the week do you look forward to the most?
  • Introducing minimum alcohol pricing won't solve the real problem
    Should minimum alcohol pricing be introduced across Britain? Will this stop binge drinking and the finacial strain that it puts on the NHS and police force, or will it just frustrate hard working and honest families simply wanting to unwind?
  • Tips for dealing with unwanted parenting advice
    It seems that everyone has an opinion of how you should raise your child, and most of the time this advice is either unhelpful, not right for you or sometimes even offensive. So here are 5 tips to help deal with unwanted parenting advice from outsiders.
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  • Top fictional mums on TV
    Over the years we've seen many great mums on our screens from Mrs Brady to Mrs Cosby to Marge Simpson, but who are the best mums on TV today? Here is a list of my top eight mums on TV right now, see if you agree.
  • Badminton: Trying a new sport this summer
    Badminton had never really crossed my mind before I played it at Centre Parcs, but now that I know how fun it is, and the good work it's doing for my thighs, it's surprising to see that it's not a more played sport.
  • Top 5 iPhone apps for the Olympics
    The Olympics is right around the corner and excitement levels are beginning rise throughout the country. So to stay up to date with all of the latest results, here is a list of the top 5 apps, to keep you in the Olympic loop.
  • Get your child to love vegetables
    For some reason, most children have a pretty big aversion to eating vegetables, and it can't be the taste because they taste great! So here are seven simple tips for getting your child to love eating vegetables.
  • Guide to rock climbing this summer
    If you enjoy the feeling of adrenalin racing through your body and relish the idea of participating in an activity that will scare you and push you to your limits, then you may want to try rock climbing this summer and see exactly what you’re made of!
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  • Being fashionable and safe while cycling
    Sometimes looking good and keeping safe on a bike are worlds apart, but as technology gets smarter and designers think safety; there's an increase in combining the two together, making it fashionable to be safe.
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  • My favourite iPhone photography technique
    Here's a step by step guide to produce stunning and unique images on your iPhone.
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  • Best photography apps for your iPhone
    Photo sharing is quickly becoming one of the most popular ways in which people share content online. So whether you're an amateur or a pro, take a look at these 5 iPhone photography apps, and see if you agree.
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  • Avoid getting pecked by Google Penguin
    After Panda comes Penguin, Google's latest update designed to work together with Panda to combat webspam and create a better searching experience for its user; but does it?
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  • Running improved my fitness
    According to Bupa, running will reduce your risk of heart attacks, angina, high blood pressure and stroke. 'nuff said?
  • Best Movie Trailers of 2012 so Far
    2012 seems set to be a great year for films with conclusions, trilogies and remakes set to grace our screens. But with so many great films to choose from, what are the top 10 trailers so far this year?
  • 10 tips for getting into shape this spring
    Beaches and bikinis, it's that time of the year we all start to think about how good we'll look in that bikini! So here are 10 simple tips to get the ball rolling on getting into shape this spring!
  • Confessions of a mother: I hate playtime!
    "Let's play doctors, you be the doctor!" The first time of being the doctor is quite fun, and so is the second, and possibly the third; but when you've been the doctor six times in a row, playtime can suddenly get bery boring.
  • Adventures in hair removal
    Do the handy little gadgets advertised on the shopping channels really work, or are they just gimmicks which will pass as quickly as your hair grows?
  • Mum doesn't have to equal frump!
    Just because I'm a working mother of two doesn't mean I have to surrender my style! Leather jacket and biker boots, that's how I rock up to school!
  • Why I love dummies
    Dummies seem to have a bad rep, but giving your baby a dummy, doesn't make you a bad mum. Every baby is different, and you should feel comfortable enough to use a dummy if you think that your baby needs one.
  • Five lesser known social networks
    We've all heard of Facebook and Twitter, but have you heard of Pingram and Ning? Here are five social networks that you may not have heard of but will definitely want to use.
  • What I’d do if I was in the Geordie Shore house
    How would my night go if I were invited to the 'Geordie Shore' house?
  • 7 simple make-up tips for redheads
    Whichever 'red' you are, be it copper, violet or red red, here are 7 simple make-up tips that every ginger should know!
  • My night-time beauty regime
    My night-time beauty regime may seem long winded and a bit much, when all you want to do is jump into bed, but as the fear of looking old starts to become a real concern in my life, I use this daily routine to keep my skin looking young!
  • Finding the right fitness regime for you
    What fitness regime would best suit your personality? Striving for Tranquility and Calm? Or are you social and competitive? Take a look at our list fitness regimes and see what one best suits your personality!
  • Why I love playing Netball
    Netball is such a great sport to play, so it's no wonder that it has one of the fastest growing participation levels. I've wrote a few reasons why I love playing it so much, and offer some helpful tips for if you would like to get back into netball!
  • Alicia Silverstone feeds her son like a mummy bird!
    After watching Alicia Silverstone feed her son like a mummy bird, I couldn't understand what all of the fuss was about. We all do some pretty strange things to get our kids to eat!
  • Am I wearing too much makeup?
    How do you know if you're wearing too much makeup? You may be so used to your usual makeup routine that you may not realise if you are or not. I asked makeup artist Cherry Mackie to make me over, but with a difference...
  • Top 7 dinner table rules used by my family
    Dinnertime's can be quite hectic, so having firm and consistent dinner rules can help to maintain calm and make it an enjoyable family time. Usually the simplest ones are the best, so here are the ones that my family uses everyday!
  • Top 10 tips for dads during labour
    Labour can be quite scary for a new dad. Pain can do weird and wonderful things to a normal, usually placid, woman that will most likely confuse any rational man. Here are the top 10 tips for new dads from my experiences during labour.
  • No streaks natural looking fake tans
    Achieving a natural looking and streak free tan isn't a fluke and you do not need to be lucky. Follow these tried and tested methods, and every time you decide to fake tan, the end result will look as natural as if you have been lying in the sun.
  • Top 8 tips for getting your baby sleeping through the night
    Getting your baby to sleep through the night at 6 weeks does not require a miracle. These tried and tested techniques will ensure that you'll get your first week of uninterrupted sleep within 2 weeks of putting them into place.

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