Binky Felstead’s guide to the party season

The life of a Made in Chelsea star many look like an endless carousel of fabulous parties, but Binky Felstead says she was never one for organised fun even before leaving the show and having daughter India, two. As the festive season gets off to a swing, Binky shares with bubble how she makes the endless nights of tinsel and fizz work for her – and how she and little India will be celebrating this year. Office Christmas parties: love or loathe? I used to love Christmas parties when I had an office job. They can be great if the …

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Show me the mummy! Q&A with Lucy Tobin…

At bubble we love supporting and showcasing our community’s hard-working mums and dads – especially when they’re on a mission to make parenting that little bit easier! We had the chance to sit down with Lucy Tobin, Evening Standard journalist, author and mum-of-two about her new website ‘showmethemummy’… Hey Lucy, tell us a bit about you… I’m Lucy Tobin, an Evening Standard journalist, author and a mum of two – my kids are aged two and four. Most of the time, I work from home, and mainly write during nap times, late into the night, and when I have a …

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We’ve partnered with Uber to better support their mums and dads…

When we started bubble, we figured our app would be predominantly used by mums and dads to reclaim their social lives; evening and weekend sits, booked so they could spend more time with each other and their friends. And while much of what we see on the platform enables just that (and it’s a hugely important issue in it’s own right), today, bubble is about so much more than a Saturday night out, with almost as many sits now being booked by parents who need flexible childcare in order to work. Today, thousands of working parents tap into bubble to …

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Time to Step Up: Q&A with Phanella Fine & Alice Olins, Founders of The Step Up Club

One of the very first parents to use bubble (and de facto office hero), Phanella Fine, is in on a mission to empower women, helping them take control and add rocket fuel to their careers. Along with Alice Olins, she’s created The Step Up Club, and we got to hear from them how they do it, why they do it and what their club has in store for women who join.   1. Firstly, tell us a bit about you and your families Hi, we’re Alice and Phanella, Co-Founders of the Step Up Club, an online and in-person destination for …

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Starting up & Staying Sane: Q&A with Mush Co Founder Katie Massie-Taylor

Nothing beats spending time with our kids, but taking and making the time to talk, laugh and share the ‘pain’ with other grown-ups is totally key to staying sane as a parent. Losing touch with our friends, and struggling to make new ones, is such a regular occurrence for many mums especially, which is why we’ve always loved the idea of MUSH – the app for helping mums meet more mates nearby. And we’re not alone – hundreds of thousands of mums now use Mush across the UK and beyond. With it being Stress Awareness Month, we’re focusing on how …

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This bubble hasn’t burst

Jenny, founder of parenting forum, Mamazou, on her first ever bubble experience… When Bubble first came out, I was skeptical.  The more I researched, the more of a cynic I became.  Don’t get me wrong, I thought the concept was pretty genius – but for a control freak with trust issues, aka me… did I really want to leave my child with someone I just booked via an app? When I met Ari, the co-founder of Bubble, to find ways we could collaborate – I was straight up and shared my concern as to why I felt Bubble wasn’t for …

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