AD | Collaborative post We all know how good it feels to spend time outside in nature. Whether taking a stroll through the park or tending to your backyard oasis, being in the great outdoors has countless benefits for our physical and mental health. But if your garden needs a little TLC, finding the motivation to spend time outside can be challenging. With that in mind, here are tips to help you revamp your garden and make the most of the summer months. Via Pixabay Start With A Fresh Coat Of Paint A new coat
Collaborative post Earlier this year the UK saw the hottest temperatures we’ve had in a long time. Summers seem to be getting hotter and hotter each year now and we need to do more than normal to keep ourselves cool. Maybe one of these top tips will help you to stay cool this summer.
As we enter into the warmer months, it is only natural for us to begin to think about how to occupy the kids come the summer holidays. Children can get bored quite easily and while it’s great to go out and visit places, doing something each day or even each week can be quite costly. So I thought I would share with you some great summer activities you can enjoy at home with the kids.
AD | Gifted Summer might have come to an end but there are some things I’m not willing to give up just yet. One of those things are my sunglasses! There are still some days where it’s quite warm and the sun gets really bright, especially when I’m walking across the park on the way to taking Erin to and from nursery. I hate having to squint so I always have a pair of sunglasses in my bag or in the pocket of the pushchair. John and I both needed new sunglasses this year and
AD | Includes gifted experiences Even though Erin started nursery just a few days after she turned 2, she attended all year round for a while. It was only because we had to change which nursery she went to that it turned into just term time attendance. So, this summer was our first real summer holidays and I honestly didn’t really know what to expect. I had a bit of money saved up before the summer holidays started and I carefully budgeted for certain days out. We had some plans in place and I wanted
With this summer being my first real summer holidays with Erin I wanted to try to make the most of it. Sometimes, unless you have some kind of plan in place I think you can find yourself doing the same old thing a lot or staying at home when you could be out doing something fun and exciting. Personally, I need a bit of inspiration or ideas for things to do so I thought a summer bucket list would be a good idea. When I came up with the bucket list I wanted to make
AD | Collaborative post We’re half way through the summer holidays and I’ll be honest, I’m running out of ideas of things to do with Erin at home. While we have had some fantastic days out to places like Holt Country Park and Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure, I have tried to make sure that we have some ‘at home’ days to relax a bit and do some things that aren’t quite as exhausting. One of Erin’s absolute favourite crafty type thing to do at home is what we call ‘sticking’. I have a couple of boxes
AD | Gifted Items Last weekend we finally had some really nice weather and I wanted to take the opportunity to get out in the garden and have some fun. I’m not sure why but we haven’t had a family barbecue for a few years now and I think the last one was when Erin was about 6 months old. I’ll be honest here and say the idea stressed me out a little bit. As we have the largest garden our house is the place where everyone comes but a crazy toddler and a big