Supporting your childs learning with Education Quizzes

It can be a daunting thing being the parent of a school age child. Since Sophie started school her social life has soared – it is certainly better than mine! Then there are a million other things you need to remember – milk money, school trips, PE kits, non uniform …

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What I learnt at BlogCamp 2016

If you’ve happened upon this post hoping for some amazing blogging tips, then I’m afraid you’re in the wrong place. I don’t have the magic answer to gaining millions of followers, or getting posts to go viral. I don’t have a secret formula for SEO which will get you onto …

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Four Tips For Managing Family Conflict

Though it would be nice to live in a family sitcom where relatives regard each other with constant love and respect, in the real world there will be times where the urge to verbally demolish your family members is overwhelming. Each family has their own intricate dynamics – most of …

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Breakfast Salad – Slimming World Friendly

I’ve been really struggling to follow Slimming World lately. I’m not sure why, but my motivation has hit rock bottom and I’ve been feeling like I just can’t do it, when in actual fact I know I can – I’ve lost around 3 stone so far. Yes it has taken …

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5 Creative Jacket Potato Fillings

Ah, the humble jacket potato. Even in its purest form, without any of the fancy trimmings or optional extras, a steaming hot baked potato makes for a delicious and warming meal with the minimum of fuss. Add in a little salt and pepper to season, with a knob of butter on top …

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Future proofing your home

When I think back to my childhood and compare it to Sophie’s childhood today it is pretty amazing. The advancements in technology are enough to blow your mind. But with advancements in technology come costly changes around the home. You don’t want to spend thousands on renovations and home improvements …

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