Have heard it all from my friends for years, but always thought, couldn't be as bad as they describe...but it is!
The countdown has begun and trying to keep a 10/11 year old focused and working when all they want to do is watch You Tube is not at all
My children have been wearing Sunuva on holiday for years ( only place you could find great rash vests that were comfortable) and every year I buy them both swimsuits/ cover ups and a couple of outfits that lasts them all year. I always invest just
Skiing was not something we did as a child ( there were six of us !)
Today, I still struggle to get the point of spending a fortune to have to get up early, wear heavy and uncomfortable boots etc. However, the reality is that my husband and kids
I know this is not a sexy topic but it is a brilliant time of year to sell anything you no longer wear or just items which were mistakes in the first place! Once the sales start, which they will in November, then the Preloved market slows down dramatically.
Half term beckoned and discussions over where to go were underway. I fancied a few days in Paris; my husband was keen on exploring Amsterdam and our son wanted to be by a pool (with no sightseeing!) No prizes for guessing who won!
At this time of year we all want to be eating out but I always seem to go to the same old places. When I am looking for somewhere new I search for an enticing yet well priced menu (as I usually have the kids in tow). At this time of year it is
I had one of those penny drop moments on Tuesday. On a swelteringly hot day, I was sitting at a talk hosted by Wellbeing of Women. They are a charity that dedicates itsself to funding research that will improve the lives of us, our daughters,
I am going to be honest as my readers wouldn't expect anything less:
Many years ago, the very first time I 'went' to Brent Cross I got so lost that I spent over an hour circling the surrounding roads and ended up on the North Circular, not able to