Have a Heartbroken Friend? Here’s Some Ideas To Help Him

Different people deal with heartbreak in different ways. So if your friend is dealing with an unexpected breakup, loss of a loved one, separation from a childhood friend or any other difficulty, you should do your best to help. You probably won’t be able to remove the pain altogether, but you can definitely try to make it bearable. As a good friend, you might know about your friend’s strengths and weaknesses. Motivate your friend to get through the tough time and read ahead for some ideas to help him.   Encourage the release of repressed emotions Initiate a conversation with…

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London with 4 children? No Sweat..

I have never been one to shy away from an experience or trip with the kids. I know there are many people that would be put off using public transport or going out in a big city with four children, but I love it! It’s something I missed so much due to the lock down. Recently we headed to London to watch the Horrible Histories Barmy Britain, it was amazing to be doing something ‘normal’ with the girls. We hopped onto the train and made our way to London for a day of exploring and just some girlie time. It…

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How to encourage your children to read more

Now that we’re all back to school, I am sure one thing your children have come home from school saying is ‘we need to do more reading’. It’s something the teachers are so hot on ‘getting in those 5 reads a week’. I know for us with after school clubs and the general chaos of family life it’s tough to always get those reads in. So today I am sharing some tips on how to encourage your children to read at home. How to encourage your children to read more at home Make reading exciting Reading doesn’t need to be…

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