Do you remember a time when they you were young and were told to wish upon a star? Do you remember the hopes and expectations you had waiting for your wish to come true? Why not evoke these same feelings in your own children.
This year I want to blog more consistently, so I have looked at my most successful blog posts, to try and establish some rules for how to write the perfect blog post
So, Christmas is over, the kids are going back to school and the decorations are going back into their boxes for another year. Time to start thinking about summer holidays, and what better than a lovely holiday cottage by the sea? Scroll down to the bottom to win a 3 night stay in a beautiful part of the world…
The Merlin Annual Pass January Sale 2017 starts today and runs until midnight GMT on 13th February. To get your pass you can go straight to www.merlinannualpass.co.uk or read on for some more information about the sale Continue reading …
I was asked by the lovely people at Canvas Online if I would like to receive and review one of their canvas prints.
‘Love is what’s in the room with you at Christmas if you stop opening presents and listen’ (Bobby – age 7).
In an ideal world this would indeed be the case. One of the best parts of Christmas can be family get togethers, however it can also be the part many of us dread.. There is an over-riding expectation that people who may not often see each other (and may not get on) will come together, eat & drink too much away from the comfort of home, and will all be happy!
By now your family visiting arrangements will have probably already been discussed, debated and decided, so whether you are looking forward with anticipation or trepidation here are a few pointers for a harmonious gathering.