Saturday, 28 June 2014

Review: Takeaway.com

As a family we don't really have too many takeaways. We try to limit these to one a month - a little treat. I do enjoy letting someone else do the cooking once in a while!
So we were chuffed to be asked to review Takeaway.com - an online food ordering service - what could be easier?

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

The Ups And Downs Of Britmums Live

I know I already wrote a post about finding my own voice. But that was all a bit ME ME ME. But, you know what, it was a big deal for me.

But that's that.

Now I'd like to say a bit about the event itself, show you some pictures and maybe a video from the actual awards ceremony. OK I made one myself. About BOOBS. I'm great with metaphors, you'll see what I mean.


Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Princess Alice

A term of endearment right? A beautiful, graceful Disney princess.  

Errr...NO.

I give you...

Monday, 16 June 2014

Child's Play For Grown Ups

This post was written as a guest article by a freelance writer.

Kids get all the fun, don’t they? Sometimes it feels like we adults are just there to pick up the pieces. All work and no play… right?

Saturday, 7 June 2014

Blogging Event: 50 Days of Summer with Roberts Bakery

We were over the moon to be invited to Delamere Forest to learn about Roberts Bakery and their 50 Days of Summer campaign. We were invited to learn some new sandwich recipes.There was also story time for the children and of course we got to eat our sandwich creations after we had finished!

Review: Funky Giraffe Bibs

I was very excited to get to work with Funky Giraffe Bibs - I do enjoy having my children be part of my blogging, and reviewing bibs would be a great chance for me to take some photos of Rosie whilst checking out some bandana bibs!

Friday, 6 June 2014

The Golden Gap Year

This post is a PR collaboration.

The famous gap year is a time which many youngsters embrace with open arms – but what if you’re a little more mature in years?

Thankfully, exotic travel and retirement go hand-in-hand, ensuring that the golden gap year is open to everyone. Around 10,000 people turn 65 every day and many of these individuals wish to make the most of their new-found travel opportunities – leaving their McCarthy and Stone retirement homes temporarily in the pursuit of pastures new.

Thursday, 5 June 2014

Best Places in London to Unwind This Summer

This post was written by E. Cole who is a freelance writer and blogger.

London is not a place which everyone would associate with unwinding and relaxing. One of the busiest cities in Europe, many people who live there simply want to get out if they are in the mood for relaxation. Nevertheless, the capital has some excellent spots to chill out in. Londoners and those from further afield should not be put off the idea of unwinding in the city, simply because of London’s reputation for busy – not to say – hectic lifestyles. If you want some ‘me time’ then London can offer it.

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