• Top Tips for Planning an Unforgettable Event

    By amodernmilitarymother on September 26, 2014
    Planning a party or function? These days, it’s difficult to do something that hasn’t already been done before. Whether you’re planning a special birthday party, a wedding, or an important corporate function such as a product launch, here are some top tips to make your event unique and really stand out from the crowd. 1. Location, location, location What’s the […]
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  • The Case of the Missing Hamster by EM Faustus

    By amodernmilitarymother on September 25, 2014
    A story written in fifteen parts…I don’t want to ruin it for you. Just click on the links below and take it one part at a time….. Part One Part Two Part Three Part Four Part Five Part Six Part Seven Part Eight Part Nine Part Ten Part Eleven Part Twelve Part Thirteen Part Fourteen Part Fifteen Buy books by […]
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  • How classroom layout affects student learning

    By amodernmilitarymother on September 25, 2014
    How classroom layout affects student learning Schools are becoming increasingly aware of the potentially significant impact that classroom design can have on student learning. In part, this is thanks to new research that has highlighted the connection between classroom layout and pupil achievements. Compelling figures One study into this topic found that classroom setups can affect a youngster’s academic progress […]
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  • Great ideas for the ultimate ‘staycation’

    By amodernmilitarymother on September 25, 2014
    Great ideas for the ultimate ‘staycation’ It’s now easy to book flights to numerous far-flung locations across the globe, but some of the very best holiday destinations are right here on our doorstep. If you want to cut your carbon footprint and enjoy breaks in the UK, it’s worth considering the following ‘staycation’ options.   The Lake District For sheer […]
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  • Love, Loyalty, Trust – All You Need Is Love

    By amodernmilitarymother on September 23, 2014
    The last four years have been the toughest I have faced and I have been lucky to have some amazing people around me who have not passed judgement and have listened for hours as I pace my thoughts in a circular motion around my head. Some stayed the distance and some fell by the wayside, weary. Over my shoulder I […]
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  • Pop Surrealist Artist Natasha Letham Designing Cover for Looking For Mr Rabbit – my next book #comingsoon

    By amodernmilitarymother on September 22, 2014
    Finally, we have a title for my latest book: Looking For Mr Rabbit Breaking News – Pop Surrealist Artist Natasha Letham is designing the cover for Looking For Mr Rabbit. She paints about dreams, feelings, pop surrealism and the elusive Mr Rabbit. Natasha Letham, born in Edinburgh, Scotland, 28 February 1970. Now living and working in Uzès in the South of […]
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  • Spice Up Your Life With Old El Paso

    By amodernmilitarymother on September 16, 2014
    I was asked to review some Old El Paso products and although I love hot spicy Mexican food the rest of my family have a milder pallet. We have tended to stick to our family favourites – fajitas because I can temper the taste to suit everyone’s needs without having to rustle up more than one meal. I would never have tried […]
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  • Time to relax with New Look Bingo

    By amodernmilitarymother on September 16, 2014
    For a mum like me, there is no time to sit and relax. Packing off kids lunch boxes and making sure they have uniform ready 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. When the kids are […]
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  • Real Life: Latest Book-date and Kids

    By amodernmilitarymother on September 12, 2014
    I am full of good intentions; then the time vacuum sucks up all the minutes, and it’s a vortex of ‘can’t do everything’, but I am slowly wading through treacle and making positive headway. The kids are back to school – hurrah. I can now try and focus on bringing all the loose ends together. The Grenade, now aged 11, […]
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  • Nights in with your nearest and dearest

    By amodernmilitarymother on September 11, 2014
    While a night on the tiles can be just the ticket, so too can an entertaining evening in with your nearest and dearest. If you fancy spending some quality time with your loved ones, make the most of relaxed weekend routines and consider the following ideas for fun-filled nights in with the family. Treat the family to a takeaway Why […]
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