Travelling with a one year old can be full of nervous little anxieties and mini panics! We recently took our first flight with our little one, jetting off the Greece for a week. Here are my top tips for a smooth flight and a great foreign adventure! The flight! Keep your little one active, busy […]Read more "Travels with baby – the essentials"
Matte lipsticks are so of the moment, every brand has a capsule collection out. I remember back in the day when all you really could get was a 90’s dark matte lipstick, so I’m pleased that the revival includes a full array of much more subtle and pretty colours! My favourite two are from NYX […]Read more "Two of my favourite Matte Lipsticks!"
Hola or should that be Kalimera or Kalispera depending upon when you are reading this! So I have been absent for a little while having a well earned rest on holiday with our little one and the husband. We jetted off on a super family friendly break to Greece to soak up some rays (30 degrees thank […]Read more "Family Holiday Part 1"
Every week the Faber Academy runs a little QuickFic competition where they give writers a prompt in the form of a picture, a piece of music, a line, a wikki entry and you write a story around that theme or inspiration of no more that 250 words. This week’s competition information is here . Hey I […]Read more "Fast Fiction"
We have been members of the Zoological Society London since the Spring of this year, mainly because we are around an hour and a bit from ZSL Whipsnade and it’s a cracking day out! With your membership you get free entry to both Whipsnade and London, as well as supporting the essential conservation work of […]Read more "A Family Day Out – ZSL Whipsnade"
You know a product is good when you buy the biggest size you possibly can of it! This happened to us this week when I spyed the 500ml versions of Child’s Farm strawberry and organic mint shampoo and conditioner (£6.99 widely available in Boots and online). I really enjoy using Child’s Farm products on our […]Read more "My baby smells of strawberries – or my love of Child’s Farm products!"
I can remember watching The Color Purple, vaguely, when I was much much younger. I’m sure I wasn’t supposed to be watching it, and I’m pretty sure it was on post watershed. I do not remember much about watching it then, although watching it again now as an adult much of it seems familiar, particularly […]Read more "The Color Purple – Book Review and Film Review"