What to do on a day off? All too often as an adult, our days off of work are spent still working in some capacity. Whether doing DIY, cleaning or looking after children, it’s tough to catch a break. But what if you actually took a day off just for you and spent it doing something fun? After all, surely at least one day of holiday can be spent doing something for yourself? Here are some great ideas for doing just that! View Post
At the end of last year, I met some lovely ladies from Results With Lucy at the very first South East Bloggers Club meet. I’d been thinking about trying to get fitter, partially inspired by my husband. He started using The Diet Plate and going to the gym a few months ago. He’s lost so much weight and become a lot healthier. When it comes to me and exercise, I need something that’s going to keep me interested. Likewise, it also needs to fit in with my lifestyle. View Post
In January, I decided to start writing about a local business each month. This is actually February’s post, which has been somewhat delayed due to other projects and my personal life! At the beginning of the year, I celebrated my birthday along with two friends who also have theirs in the same week. We enjoy board games, so trying out a board game café called Playopolis in Rochester, Kent, seemed like a great idea!
In the United Kingdom, our culture is built on many traditions that we uphold every year. Bonfire Night, Maypole dancing and cheese rolling are just some of the traditions that feature in the British way of life, but what others feature around the world?
From a tooth raven to shoes filled with gifts, we take you on a global tour of family traditions. View Post
Whether it’s for a date night or something less fun, there’s always a first time that you have to leave your baby or toddler. This is often difficult the first time round, but it does get better! In the meantime, there are things you can do to make it easier for both you and your child.