Exploring London: The Cutty Sark

Even though I live in London , I sometimes forget about the iconic things we have here. One such...

Cultured Kids: 29th June 2018 #25

Hello there and welcome to my first hosting of Cultured Kids! I am hosting with the lovely Zen...

Camping at the Keswick Mountain Festival

The Keswick Mountain Festival - Camping in the Lake District THURSDAY - Taking the family camping,...
Exploring London: The Cutty Sark

Exploring London: The Cutty Sark

Even though I live in London , I sometimes forget about the iconic things we have here. One such thing is the Cutty Sark. I've been to Greenwich many times, seen it and thought how cool it looked, but never actually explored it! When we got given the chance to go and...

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Cultured Kids: 29th June 2018 #25

Cultured Kids: 29th June 2018 #25

Hello there and welcome to my first hosting of Cultured Kids! I am hosting with the lovely Zen Baby Travel, so do go and check out her blog too. I've had a busy cultural month: I went to the wonderful Frida Kahlo exhibition at the V&A. This has been a much hyped...

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Camping at the Keswick Mountain Festival

Camping at the Keswick Mountain Festival

The Keswick Mountain Festival - Camping in the Lake District THURSDAY - Taking the family camping, as all you hardened campers are aware, is no mean feat. For me it actually feels easier going abroad, there’s less prep and seriously less baggage but where’s the fun it...

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Should I be scared to be living?

Should I be scared to be living?

It has been one year since that fateful night. Of course, thanks to the efforts of my quick-thinking, first aid trained husband and son, CPR was administered and I am here to tell the tale. I have learnt an awful lot in the year, but not really about myself. I already...

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Religious festivals to travel to.

Religious festivals to travel to.

One of the things that makes me want to travel more and more, is the desire to see lifestyles and cultures. I love showing my children the diversity of our beautiful world, and how customs and traditions brighten up countries and make them unique. If you know you are...

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Running a Mile Every Day – What I Learnt.

Running a Mile Every Day – What I Learnt.

Before my cardiac arrest, I liked to exercise. Although I'm no Jessica Ennis-Hill, I could always see the pleasure in it, and do you know what? It made me feel good. In fact, I'd signed up to a half marathon in October, and I was just about to start training. That...

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