• Instant Fun On The Go

    By on December 2, 2015
    Mobile devices are rising  in popularity, especially with the use of smartphones, so it’s no surprise that mobile phone games are also becoming more popular. The average user teens or twenty year olds use their smartphone to stay in touch with their network of friends and wile away the hours. Ready to play The growing popularity of mobile games can be […]
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  • Make Your Home As Relaxing As Possible

    By on November 11, 2015
    As all parents know, getting five minutes to yourself to relax in your home can often be a rare occurrence. That’s why when we do get time, you’ll want to feel as comfortable as possible in your surroundings. Here are a few ways you can maximise comfort in your home. The most important place for you to feel comfortable in […]
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  • From Après Animal to Unstoppable – Crystal #SkiExplorer

    By on October 29, 2015
    Once upon time there was a young chalet girl who worked a ski season. She was the party queen of Courcheval 1850 circa 1990, nicknamed ‘Queenie’. She held the record for slamming the most tequila slammers in a row. She was an ‘Aprés Animal’.   But 25 years later the Aprés Animal has hung up her party shoes. Incarcerated by […]
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  • Bootcamp Fitness with James Kennedy at Meon Valley Marriott

    By on October 10, 2015
    Do I want to review a bootcamp fitness session? That was the question posed to me. I sort of did and I sort of didn’t. But when it evolved into an overnight stay, bootcamp fitness and a full body massage, I was swayed. I had been solo parenting for almost a month and quite frankly I could do with some […]
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  • I’m Featured in the Guardian Small Business Showcase

    By on September 17, 2015
    Today, I awoke to discover that I have been featured in The Guardian Small Business Showcase. I am very excited by this. I have always wanted to be in The Guardian – ideally featured in their books section as a bold, fearless, scribing genius. However, as an opener this is fantastic! I have also joined The Guardian small business network with […]
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  • Time to relax with New Look Bingo

    By A Modern Military Mother on September 16, 2015
    For fighter mom like me, there is no time to sit and relax. Packing off kids lunch boxes and making sure they got dresses for school is not exactly hassle-free at all! Phew, that’s the head start I get every morning except the weekends where I could snuggle in my bed for few more hours.   My friends have suggested […]
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  • Order Restored at Home as Kids Go Wild with Camp Wilderness

    By on August 4, 2015
    It was quite nerve wracking to send my kids on a bushcraft camping holiday. I was anxious when I picked them up – would they resent me for abandoning them in the cold woods for four sleeps? How wrong I was to worry – they had an absolute blast. Don’t take my word for it watch the movie we made […]
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  • Kid’s on bushcraft camp holiday with Camp Wilderness

    By on July 29, 2015
    We’ve all seen the coming of age US camp films where parents pack the kid’s off to camp for the summer. I worked as a sailing instructor for 3 seasons working on outdoor activity centres in the South of France and Spain. To me activity holidays are fantastic places for kids to learn new skills and make new friends. I […]
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  • Theatrical Review – Mind The Gap, Arc Theatre, Trowbridge 4th – 5th July

    By on July 2, 2015
    MIND THE GAP  This original piece of theatre written by the cast of Characters Stage Company, the Bristol Old Vic, writer in residence, Tom Wainwright, and directed by Sara Griffiths, is acted entirely by a cast of young people. The insightful play deals with both the future and the past; the old are forgotten and the young don’t know how […]
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  • Five Reasons I’m Looking Forward To Wimbledon

    By on June 25, 2015
    We’re just days away now from one of the most quintessentially British traditions: Wimbledon. Commencing on 29th June, the event will see two weeks of hardcore tennis, strawberries and cream and no doubt a few celebrity guest appearances. Of course, major sporting fans will be heading over to Coral to catch up on the latest tennis news, but for the […]
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