Discovering the Best of Sicily with Your Children

Travelling is quickly becoming a big love of mine, finding new countries I never thought of visiting is amazing and every day I find my bucket list is growing and growing. Finding child friendly countries is obviously massively important as I don’t get far without my three little shadows tagging along. If your like me this guest post about discovering beautiful Sicily with your children is a must read. If you are searching for a one-of-a-kind holiday to spend with your kids, Sicily is the place to look. The Southern Italian Island is known historically as the ‘Jewel of the Mediterranean’,…

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5 Tips For Moving House With Kids

Moving house is a stressful time for anyone let along with you throw kids into the mix, I have been day dreaming about my dream home for so long now thinking about the potential moving process again hasn’t even sunk in! Today I am brining you a guest post from Greenaway Residential sharing 5 top tips for moving house with children. When it comes to moving house there are so many things that you need to take into consideration. When moving house with children this list doubles, starting as early as telling the children that they will be moving if they are very…

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The real reasons why women should learn martial arts – Guest Post

I am getting back into my fitness after a few weeks out and it feels great! I think the key to enjoying exercise is finding something that you actually enjoy doing. Not everyone enjoys a gruelling HIIT session but there are plenty of other ways to keep yourself in shape – maybe that’s walking, cycling even skiing! I used to love martial arts back in my younger days Karate and kick boxing being my choice, today I bring you a guest post from Sabrina Klein on the reasons women should be learning marital arts.  I believe that it’s never too late…

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£3 and Under: Cute and Quirky Gifts to Slot into Cards

I don’t know about you but recently it seems there has been birthdays and occasions popping up all over the place, with kids starting school and nursery and an ever growing list of friends and family there is always something going on. Today I am bringing you a guest post from Lesley Stevens of Decorque Cards who is sharing some wonderful little ideas that you can pop into a card for your loved ones. Simple little token gifts that sometimes mean so much more. Next time you pick out a greeting card, why not think about sending something with it? Sure, the…

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Guest Post Winter driving safety tips

The cold weather has well and truly started to set in, last week I left the house at 8am like every morning to find the car all iced up, as a new driver I had no clue what to do about it. After a while fiddling with switches and buttons I cracked it but it occurred to me this is my first winter on the roads I will soon have no choice but to face the sometimes icy roads to get my girls to nursery. My knowledge on cars and driving is iffy to say the least so I have…

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