Daniel Gluck is 101 in a state of extended sleep and not sure if he is dead or young again. Elizabeth Demand is 32, single, looking to the future in a country divided by a historic vote. This story is set in a post Brexit Summer filled with hope and hopelessness in equal measure.
We've finally moved house! Hurrah! One of the (many) rooms which needs a complete overhaul is our kitchen. Not only is it dated but definitely wasn't designed with kids in mind! You may also be in this situation, a stylishly placed dishwasher, built in knife block and low-placed wine rack aren't very practical when there are little ones running around!
So how can you make your kitchen kid friendly without comprising style and sophistication? Don’t worry – you don’t have to wrap everything in bubble wrap either! Here you’ll find a few tips on how to make your kitchen a safer place for everyone to enjoy.
We moved house this week which was rather epic. A lot of mixed emotions flying around. Whilst I am super excited to me move to a bigger home saying goodbye to our old house which holds so many wonderful memories was difficult. We bought both our babies home to that house. The little room which was the nursery both times was the hardest room to close the door on. So I’ve decided to share a picture of our last meal together in the old house before I start making new memories in our new home.
If your kids are anything like mine they have been badgering you for a pair of Heelys for what feels like forever! These must have 2in1 shoes allow kids to go from walking to skating in a flash. Just in time for Christmas I have a pair of Heelys X2 Fresh shoes from skates.co.uk in the colour and size of your choice to give away to one lucky reader.
The NHS released data that 58% of women in England are obese and more than 1 in 5 children in Reception were overweight, which goes up to 1 in 3 children by Year 6. It is therefore, of little surprise that dieting culture surrounds us constantly with various passing sensations and quick fixes. The question this raises though is how to sift the fact from the fiction?
Rather manic here this week as we finish the final packing for our move but we did wrap up warm for our school fireworks display which was rather spectacular.
It is now November, which means by law it’s time to start celebrating Christmas. Jokes aside, Christmas is fast approaching and we all want to be able to prepare for the festive season ahead.
As part of this you may be looking into buying a tree for the house, lighting it up like Blackpool illuminations, and be sending out cards and gifts through Shiply to family members you won’t see in time for the big day.
Now that you are ready to start Christmas shopping, you might be already working out your budgets and writing down some great ideas for presents for the family and friends. Just remember, you can still buy great gifts for a low price, and here are some ideas which will cost you less than a fiver.
If you are a wannabe chef like me you know the importance of a well stocked larder. And now there is a fantastic new book, The Art of the Larder by Claire Thomson (Quadrille, £20), to help us master the art of storecupboard management to help us cook more exciting meals. Keep reading for your chance to win a copy!
We’ve had loads of Halloween fun already this week and it isn’t even the 31st yet! I’ll be talking more about the kid’s fun trick or treating at our local events but today I’m sharing my Halloween makeup look.
When you live in a family home, sometimes it can feel like you are overwhelmed with clutter so any extra space that you can create around the place would be a welcome relief. Well, this article is here to give you a bit of a helping hand. Rather than focusing on the entire house, we will just zero in on the living room as this tends to be a hub of activity and a room in which junk seems to accumulate very quickly. So, let’s cover a few points which will hopefully help you out.
Artist, Baker and Blogger. Mum to my two beautiful, cheeky girls. Muddling my way through parenthood with equally cheeky Husband.