Best Family-Friendly Museums in Melbourne

AD | Collaborative post Melbourne is geographically located in the southeast of Australia and, with a population of 4 million, is one of the most populous cities in the country. It is only the second-largest city after Sydney. Melbourne is a multicultural mix of people worldwide that helps make Melbourne tourism one of the city’s largest businesses. Attracting Visitors From Around The World Melbourne Tourism has it all, including dining, sightseeing, transportation, and entertainment. Melbourne, Australia, is one of the top holiday destinations in Australia, and it is worth learning a little better before arriving. Of all Australian cities, none

The Wrong Side Of 30

You know when you’re growing up and you think you have all the time in the world? I remember feeling that way at about 20/21. I’d just moved to Toronto to live there for a year and I remember feeling like I could do absolutely anything. At that age I was pretty brave and completely fearless. I’m not sure how much of a good thing that was though really. 20-30 seemed to be gone in the blink of an eye. Moving back from Toronto, going to university, both graduating and getting married in the same year… I had a lot

Children’s Book Review: What Are Little Girls Made Of?

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *)  This week’s children’s book review is all about What Are Little Girls Made Of?, nursery rhymes for feminist times, by Jeanne Willis and Isabelle Follath. The book was published by Nosy Crow and it can be purchased on Amazon*. Think you know your favourite classic nursery rhymes? Read this hilarious picture book with a feminist twist and think again! In this witty reworking of popular nursery rhymes, Georgie Porgie doesn’t dare to make the girls cry, Little Bo-Peep’s sheep are all present and correct, thank you, and it’s the queen,

7 Ways to Save and Make Your Travel Dreams Come True

AD | Collaborative post Covid has many of us staying put or traveling locally which means for those of us still fortunate to be healthy and working we have the opportunity to save for future trips. Having enough money for your dream destination may seem to be a steep mountain to climb but reaching your target budget is far more doable. The key is to align your lifestyle to fulfill your traveling goals, and these tips can help. 1. Track your spending. Track expenses monthly, including impulse buys. Compare the total to how much you earn, and identify essentials to

Taking Time To Relax With A Jigsaw Puzzle

AD | Collaborative post I think we’ve all found ourselves with more time on our hands this year and not always by choice. Sometimes we’re unable to go out and do things like enjoy a nice meal or go for a day out and being stuck at home can be quite frustrating. Not being able to go out and have fun really gets to me sometimes but there are plenty of ways to help yourself to relax and home an one way to do that is with jigsaw puzzles. The great thing about jigsaw puzzles is that there are so many

5 Second Rule: Spintensity Review

AD | Post contains gifted items and affiliate links (marked with *)  We love playing games at home and since March we have been playing them quite a lot more. We’re always looking for something fun and different to play so when we were sent 5 Second Rule: Spintensity* we couldn’t wait to get going. 5 Second Rule: Spintensity is quite quick and easy to set up. You do need to add 3x AAA batteries into the spinner before you can get playing so this is the part that might take the longest. Luckily for us we have a box

Top 3 Waterparks in Australia

AD | Collaborative post Known for its sunshine and idyllic beaches, Australia is undoubtedly an ideal location for a day out at a waterpark! From the epic Whitewater World on the sunshine coast to Gumbuya World located near Melbourne, you can discover a range of fantastic water parks all over the country and enjoy a family day out to remember. Here are three of the top water parks to visit when you find yourself down under:  Whitewater World It’s almost always sunny on the Gold coast and Whitewater World is the perfect way to cool down! Whether you dare plummet

What To Expect From A Home COVID Test For A 4 Year Old

A few weeks ago we got the call that we had been dreading. Erin’s school phoned to say that her cough wasn’t going away so based on Government guidance, Erin was no longer able to stay at school and we had to go and pick her up as soon as possible. I’ll be completely honest, at this point I had a bit of a breakdown. It wasn’t that I was worried that Erin had COVID because I wasn’t. Erin gets coughs quite often and they sometimes last quite a while so I knew what was wrong with her. I begun