Your home should serve as your personal sanctuary. It is a physical space where you get to bring in the things that inspire you, relax you, and suit your needs and tastes. If you own your own home you can customise it floor to ceiling. However, if you are renting you may make your mark through furniture and art. Whatever the circumstance may be, dedicating time, effort and a bit of money into making your space your own will have dramatic impacts on your overall wellbeing. If you are about to dig into a renovation or are looking for inspiration for your pad, then this article is for you. Read on for top tips on adding some class into your existing living space.… View Post

Travelling with young children

Travelling with young children

From when Roo was little we have always been a family who has jumped in the car on a trip to one place or another.  I think a mixture of getting both Roo and Tigger used to travelling and some top tips I’ve learnt along the way has made travelling with young children easier.… View Post

Finding the right staircase for your renovation

Finding the right staircase for your renovation

Without staircases, so many parts of our lives wouldn’t be accessible. Can you imagine trying to go up and down to different levels of your home or in and of even the simplest spaces without having access to stairs? Truth be told, staircases are so much more than access points. Staircases can also be beautiful focal points for your home as well… View Post

From The Bookshelf // Lunch On A Pirate Ship + #…

From The Bookshelf // Lunch On A Pirate Ship + #Giveaway

Jack doesn’t want to eat his boring old lunch.  He’d rather have lunch on a pirate ship! But what do pirates actually eat? Rotten fish stew – eeuuuwwww! And so begins a rollicking, imaginative adventure over the sea, through caves and into the lair of a troll before Jack decides that actually, Mum’s cooking is pretty good after all.… View Post

Six spectacular reasons to visit SEA LIFE London …

Six spectacular reasons to visit SEA LIFE London this summer

This summer you don’t need to get wet to get closer to marine life. You and your family can explore an incredible array of creatures right here in Central London. Watch your little ones’ faces light up as they are mesmerised by the sharks and turtles swimming all around them.

So whether you’re looking for a family day out or a date night with your new love, here are six fin-tastic reasons why SEA LIFE London should be on your ‘must-do list’ this season… View Post

Top Tips For Preparing for Weaning + #Giveaway

Top Tips For Preparing for Weaning + #Giveaway

As a parent, one of the most difficult tasks that you’ll have to prepare for and overcome early for your baby is being able to wean them successfully. While there aren’t any ‘one-size fits all’ approaches. There are different suggestions and tips that may help you along the way. If you are searching for a bit of guidance for some top tips for preparing for weaning your child, here are a few to help get you started.… View Post

Celebrating 10 years of Thomas Land at Drayton Manor

Celebrating 10 years of Thomas Land at Drayton Manor

This year marks ten years since Drayton Manor opened its doors (and hearts) to Thomas and friends fans young and old.  From the moment people enter the gates to the Island of Sodor, set in the heart of Drayton Manor Park, visitors of all ages are completely immersed in the world of Thomas & Friends, based on the much-loved children’s television series.… View Post

How to make your home the definition of …

How to make your home the definition of saleable in a flash

As any family will testify, selling a home is a pretty stressful deal. Whether it’s the constant tidying before each house viewing or the desperate pleas for someone to make an offer so you can move onto your next chosen home, it’s anything but fun.… View Post