Relax with the new version of bingo!

Life! It has to be said that being a full-time mom life has always been a busy one. And, quite naturally you sometimes feel like devoting a moment to yourself by taking some time off from your regular schedule. But have you ever wondered as to what can be done during that time to rejuvenate your mind for the rest of the day? The game of bingo is a great pastime to opt for when you have very little time to spare. However the old-fashioned method of playing this game with dabbers and cards used to be very stressful since you need to be super focused while marking off the called out numbers. The fact you are required to scan through all your tickets at once is hardly something conducive to relaxation is it?


Then,  if you win a line or a full house you always have to rush to call Bingo before anyone else does. It can be exhilarating, it can also be exhausting! On the other hand, playing online is a totally different as the software does it all for you. All you need to do is choose a game according to your preference along with the number of tickets and then rely on the computer to do the work as the numbers are called. It’s actually fun and entertaining, instead of being stressful!


The chat rooms are extremely contagious and the excitement can be doubled when a good number of chat buddies you’re chatting with are on the verge of winning. This means everyone can have a good time. Even though you don’t always end up winning, it still leaves you with the zest for the rest of the day.

So,  if you’re looking for a way to relax and have some fun without taking much effort, then play bingo as it can be considered as one of the a fun choice available on the web! You may even be a winner.

Bingocams – Putting the fun back into bingo

I was in Blackpool at the weekend, and had the most amazing time. It was sunny and warm, really busy and alive, the illuminations were on and it was just lovely. Of course, we spent quite a bit of time in the amusement arcades and, as always, the games I instinctively headed to were the bingo machines. I love the adrenaline buzz you get when your numbers come out, and the feeling when you win (I won £1 – I was so excited, sad but true.) It did get me thinking. I’m not a gambler as such, I like the odd game, either at the seaside, or occasionally online, but I honestly don’t think there is anyone who doesn’t love bingo.

Kate and Sadie love Bingo

Kate and Sadie love Bingo

My little boy plays it at school with letters as well as numbers, and is just so proud if he wins a sticker or a sweet. Celebrities ranging from Robbie Williams, Kate Moss, Sadie Frost, Bono and Russell Crowe are all fans of the game, whilst Cristiano Ronaldo credits bingo with helping to improve his English. Now, bingo experts Bingocams are moving online bingo to the next stage by making online bingo the community based social activity it is in the bingo halls of old.


You can play online with your family and friends, or make new ones from the online community. You can share news of your wins online in real time either by joining in an ongoing group chat, or by having a private one to one chat through that function. You can play online bingo in the same way you have always played, but with the unique opportunity to share your experiences with friends or like-minded people, if you wish too.

Have you ever played online bingo? Would you ever join an online bingo society or webchat?


Savvy mums do it online!

We’re so used to having the internet at our fingertips that the virtual world has become our 21st century reality. There’s very little that needs to be done that can’t be done online, whether it’s managing your finances, doing your weekly shop or booking a holiday. If you’re a mum, you’ll have precious little time to do everything you’d like so the internet can be a life-saver.

Here’s some favourite online cheats that help make mummy life that little bit easier.

Keeping in touch with friends

Gone are the days when an hour-long chat with friends over a cup of coffee was followed up with an hour-long chat over the phone. These days your conversation tends to revolve around Igglepiggle or Peppa Pig.

But this is a time when it’s more important than ever to keep your friends close.

Facebook may be old skool these days, but it’s a great way of keeping up with your friends’ lives even if you’re not as much a part of the action anymore.

Use What’s App to set up a special group so you can virtually chat with your mates at any time of day. . .or night!


Having fun

Nights out on the town and trips to the cinema to catch the latest releases have been replaced with late night feeds and trips to Mothercare. But the internet is the place to go when you suddenly find you’ve got some downtime.

There are loads of online games to play from puzzles and problem-solving brain teasers to Candy Crush and bingo. Playing solo is one thing, but games like bingo have the added attraction of allowing you to interact with other players – and sometimes that’s just what you need after a busy day of babble.


Clothes shopping

For many mums, this once pleasurable activity becomes nothing short of a nightmare once you add children to the mix. Changing rooms become houses of horror as the reflection staring back at you holds little resemblance to your pre-baby body. Even if you’ve timed your expedition to coincide with nap-time, you’ll still feel under pressure to try on as many items as possible before your little darling wakes up.

Much better to surf the net and get the clothes to come to you. You can even order multiple sizes if you’re not sure what fits you anymore and, with free pick up and collection from most clothing chains, you won’t have to worry about delivery costs.



No-one wants a baby brain that’s completely unaware of what’s going on in the world, but there’s no way you can subject your impressionable child to the violent scenes played out on the news channel either.

Sign up to the Twitter feed of your favourite news organisation and get the news as it happens. You’ll never feel out of the loop again.

And for an added extra, check out the podcasts from one of your favourite radio shows. Listen to the World Service news hour, Noel Gallagher on Desert Island Discs or The Joy of Six which puts together the best bits from BBC Radio 6 Music.