This month’s DIY blog challenge was flower theme. I really struggled to come up with something, I found several ideas on Pinterest which I wanted to try but was finding it hard to locate the supplies (they all needed secondhand items and I just couldn’t find them!)
The living room should be a relaxing space where we can relax after a hard day’s toil, maybe watch some TV and have fun with the family. Sadly, for a great many people this isn’t the case because their living room is so cluttered that it causes them stress from the second they step in there.
Today’s guest post is written by Steph from Hungry Harriet, if you would like to know more about Steph, please scroll down to the bottom of this post where you can find her details.
Hooray! School’s out for summer. No early morning alarms, no mad rushes out of the door with one shoe and a shirt on backwards but best of all – no packed lunches. The school holidays are a chance to have some fun and enjoy a well-deserved break but what does that mean for your eating routine and meal times?
Here are my top tips on making sure the children in your life are still eating (reasonably) healthy and getting all those important vitamins and minerals while still having plenty of fun during their break from school: Continue reading “Guest post : Staying healthy during the school holidays”
As you know, we are going for a holiday to the Philippines. It’s about 16-18 hours flight plus more travelling from Manila to our place. My boys, who are 6 and 3 years old, find it difficult to stay still so I’m dreading of the idea of them sitting for a long haul flight. Continue reading “Top tips in travelling with small children.”
I started doing pole last September, I have always been lucky to be pretty skinny, but after having the kids I developed a bit of a mummy tummy and a few rolls around the middle. I didn’t need to lose weight just tighten up and tone.