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The Ultimate Valentines Gift Guide

You can not fail to miss that Valentines Day is approaching as the shops fill up with cards and chocolate, hearts on displays, you will be thinking of what to buy for your loved one this valentines day. I have created a great valentines gift guide which has presents for both him and her, which […]

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Parental Differences in Other Cultures

All around the world, parenting customs vary in style and much of it comes from the culture in which the child and, ultimately, parent grows up in. For example, the style of parenting that you may expect to find in North America will vary differently from that in the Far East. By and large, your […]

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A Single Parent’s Survival Guide

Ask a single parent what it’s like to raise a child, and you’ll hear words like “exhilarating,” “exhausting,” and “intense.” But one term almost all parents will use sooner or later is “challenging.” This post is written with those people in mind. You’ll find useful tips for anyone who finds him or herself flying solo […]

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Natures Menu Review And Giveaway

As many of you will know I have two dogs, anyone who has dogs know that feeding them does not always mean they eat the same diet. Max my big fur baby is fed a raw food diet, where as our whirlwind fur baby eats a more normal dog food diet. So when I was […]

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Dobble Card Game Review

As you may remember from previous posts I am a member of Asmodee UK Blogger Board Game Club, where each month you can receive a new game to play, plus they also hold events where you can meet up with other game players. In December I was sent two games to review, today I am talking […]

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Living With ME 2 Years On

Regular readers will know that my Daughter C has been unwell since Christmas 2015, in March 2016 C was diagnosed with CFS/ME, you can read our first post here, where I talked about how she became ill and our emotional journey to get a diagnosis. Last January I wrote a post updating on a year […]

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The New Generation Office Dress Code

How to dress at work: the new generation Whether you’ve just snagged a dream job and want to impress on your first day, or you just fancy revamping your office-ready wardrobe for the new 2018; this is the style guide for you. Business dress from just a couple of decades ago seems unbelievably different to […]

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Whistle Punks Valentines Giveaway

If you are looking for something a little different to do,  how about axe throwing?  I was recently contacted to about Whistle Punks who offer a great experience for a valentines date with a difference to a bigger group of you going. I can see you all now thinking to yourselves, what is axe throwing? It […]

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Make your kitchen fit for the whole family

For some, the kitchen is the heart of the home where all the family gathers to be together and enjoy family time. As family spaces change, and we embrace open-plan living, we are tending to spend more time together in one room, and that room is often a multi-purpose kitchen/dining/living room, often with access straight […]

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Extreme sports for the whole family

While extreme sports and spending the day out with kids might not immediately sound like they belong in the same sentence, there are actually loads of benefits to getting your young ones involved in a physical activity that they love – and it can be done very safely too! You have to remember that extreme […]

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