Christmas Eve boxes for Children

Christmas Eve boxes for children

Do you have any Christmas traditions in your family? Elf on a shelf, visiting a grotto or Christmas Eve boxes for children perhaps? 4 years ago Eddie the Elf came to stay with us every December, arriving on 1st December with his Elf door magically arriving bearing gifts for the children. Of course, those areRead more

20 ways to procrastinate instead of working

20 ways to procrastinate instead of working

Procrastinator: One who will do anything, including spending an entire day browsing blogs about procrastination, to get out of doing the necessary tasks of the day. Ok, so this may not be the official definition of a procrastinator, but it’s close enough. Procrastination, I’ll admit, is something I seem to fight with every day. WithRead more

Scientific essay: How to write a scientific (academic) essay?

The essay is a philosophical, scientific, critical, moralistic sketch, usually written in prose, in which the author freely and at the same time artfully develops the interpretation of a phenomenon or solves the problem, not masking the subjectivity of the adopted point of view. In short, the essay is a short scientific or literary dissertationRead more

Choosing the ideal presents with – 50 days of Xmas

Jingle Bells, Jingle Bells…… anyone else with school-aged children already hearing that on repeat in their houses? Please tell me I’m not alone here. I know the teachers have to get the kids to practice their songs and lines ready for Christmas but to have heard those songs for over a week already certainly doesRead more

Trying to reignite back to school fun with Hasbro

**Posted in collaboration with Hasbro, post contains affiliate links** That’s is half term is now over for everyone and I really struggled to get the kids excited to head back into the classroom again, it took them long enough to get over the summer holidays with lots of fun-filled days and a few PJ daysRead more

8 tips and tricks on becoming little black dress ready

Top Tip for getting summer ready

Party season is fast approaching, this is the one thing I miss working from home is the lack of social events such as a Christmas party to look forward to. That’s not to say that there aren’t many other events to look forward to this season. The downside to the weather turning from boiling toRead more

4 Things to Consider Before Planning a Family Holiday

As the weather gets colder, it’s only natural to dream about planning your next family holiday. It can give you something to look forward to and getting in there early often means you can save some money and start to get things planned ahead. When it comes to deciding where exactly you should go andRead more