• Back to School, Healthy Eating and Dinosaurs | My Weekly Favourites

    It’s taken me a little longer than usual to get back into putting finger to keyboard after Christmas. Although having seen mess that is the latest WordPress update, which I’m pretty sure Satan had a hand in designing, I must admit to having been a bit put off doing so.…

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    A Birthday, A Dress and A Star is Born | My #littleloves in December

    A bit late in the day for my December #littleloves huh? Seeing as it’s almost mid January. But I figured why not? December was perhaps a little quieter than usual, but it was rather a dreamy month with trips out with friends, a fabulous Christmas market. a visit to Santa…

    Books | What I Read in December

    After a bit of a quiet month for reading in November, which only saw me read one book – Harry Potter and The Order of The Phoenix, December has been a bit busier book wise. Here’s what made it onto my read list: Harry Potter and The Half Blood Prince…

    Hello January

    January. 2019. You’ve sure come around quickly. I may have said that about the month of December, but January is somehow different. I guess it’s because it ushers in a whole new year. Full of hope and possibility. Well, here’s hoping anyway. And along with the promise of new things…

    How to Insulate Your Home Better

    In a world concerned about conserving energy in order to be as kind to the environment as possible, home insulation is an increasingly relevant renovation. Environmental benefits aside, having a well-insulated home will keep you from experiencing the chills of winter inside your home, and it’ll save you from cranking…

    How to Practice Gratitude

    Gratitude is one of the most important positive emotions that you can teach your child. It teaches them to focus on the good things that are happening in their lives, and it helps to promote empathy. It’s about taking time to pause in busy days to reflect and appreciate the…

    Winter Car Tyre Tips for Safe Driving

    Heading off to visit family and friends over the festive period? It’s easy to forget about the one thing we’re relying on to get us safely from house to house when we’re busy cramming presents into the boot, keeping the kids occupied on long car journeys and worrying what we’ve…