Liz Fraser is a freelance journalist who writes about womenâ€™s and parenting issues. She is also a television presenter and voice-over artist. She is married and has three young children.
The follow up to The Yummy Mummyâ€™s Survival Guide, which led new mothers through the first year of motherhood. This is all about how to deal with the following years with practical tips on not only dealing with your children but with all the other relationships that create the politics of being a parent. You are not alone and you can survive, this guide shows you how while keeping you fabulous!
This is a dense, practical guide to everything you need to know or do to make motherhood as fun and interesting as you can. Itâ€™s a book to keep you glamorous, sexy, bubbly and great to be with. It is also full of practical hints on coping with that sometimes frightening first year, an indispensable guide for the woman who wants to have it all.
`Liz Fraser portrayal of family life is hilarious and so true. I loved Liz Fraser's first book, but this is even better. Every single mum and dad in the world should have a book like this in their homes!' Amazon review Throw off your Domestic Goddess apron or Superwoman's powersuit - the new family ensemble is far more wearable. But work pressures, stroppy kids, and run-ins with the in-laws can all lead to split seams and frayed nerves, and family life isn't a simple one-size fits all. Liz Fraser, mother of three, invites you into the family home to explore the most common of domestic snags. From TV tantrums to refreshing your sex life, feeding time at the zoo to playground politics, she offers invaluable reassurance and top tips for keeping it all hanging together. A honest, hilarious must-have guide on how to survive family life.
Liz Fraser was one of British cinema's favourite leading ladies for three decades. Instantly recognisable as the star of five Carry On productions, she also appeared in the Confessions and Adventures films, as well as regularly appearing alongside such comedy legends as Tony Hancock and Peter Sellers. This is Liz's remarkable story, in her own words. Liz includes shocking revelations about some of her best-known co-stars, reveals the heartbreak behind her two marriages and discusses her courageous battles with cancer.
Forget the frump. Wave goodbye to those leggings - there's a new breed of mothers on the baby block. Yummy Mummies don't leave their sense of style in the maternity ward - the loving hands that rock today's cradles are manicured and moisturised. Becoming a mother, however Yummy, is still as challenging as it ever was. RELAX: help is at hand, with this no-holds-barred guide to surviving the biggest transition of your life. Liz Fraser is a (mostly) stylish mother of three young children, and offers a much-needed, fresh look at what happens to us, our relationships and our wardrobes when we take the plunge and fill our tidy homes with Lego. Hilarious, honest and poignant, Liz uses her experiences of motherhood to help you through pregnancy and the first year with your baby, making the whole event seem manageable - even desirable. Along with stylish, practical advice and searingly frank entries from Liz's diaries, other new mums have their say, including well-known Yummy Mummies such as Jemima French and Tamara Mellon. This indispensable guide is the stylist, personal trainer, box of anti-depressants, bar of chocolate and best friend which every woman can carry around in her handbag. Because becoming a mother doesn't mean you stop wanting to look and feel fabulous - it just becomes a little trickier!